The Dual Enrollment Program is a state funded program that allows high school students to earn both high school and college credits through their participation in the Dual Credit Enrollment for Eligible High Schools at Eligible Postsecondary Institutions. The program is designed to provide challenging opportunities while allowing students to get an early start on college. Students in the Dual Enrollment Program earn postsecondary credit hours while simultaneously meeting their high school graduation requirements. Students may enroll in college courses full-time or part-time and may take courses during or after school (when offered).

At Paine College, participating students must be 11th or 12th grade students at an Eligible High School. A student must be admitted to the college through the College Admission process and will be classified as a Dual Credit Enrolled student by an Eligible High School. Students must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress to remain in the program.

MAXIMUM ACADEMIC CREDITS WHICH CAN BE EARANED

The maximum academic credits a student may enroll in per semester is 15 credit hours and cannot exceed 62 credit hours at a teaching site.

Required Documents

  • GAfutures account (state requirement)
  • Paine College Admissions Application
  • Dual Enrollment Program Application (Current transcript submitted by the high school)
  • Participation Agreement
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PAINE COLLEGE DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAM

REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATING HIGH SCHOOLS(Reference GAfutures)

The STUDENT

The DUAL ENROLLMENT Program requires a student to have an account and profile. The student must create a GAfutures account (or have previously created an account to enroll in classes). The student must go to www.GAcollege411.org and complete the required online documents prior to completing the DUAL ENROLLMENT Program Application. The account and profile are required so that the High School Counselor can submit the courses to be taken at the college. Students must apply/update profile for each term of DUAL ENROLLMENT in order to qualify for the classes and the state financial aid program. Requested signatures are required. High School counselors can assist students with this requirement.

With the completion of the Gacollege411requirements, the student must complete an Admissions Application to Paine College and meet the admission requirements. The minimum Dual Enrollment GPA requirement is 2.5. In addition, the student must complete a Paine College Dual Enrollment Application and the state required Participation Agreement.

The PARENT/GUARDIAN

The DUAL ENROLLMENT Paine College application and the Participation Agreement must have the signature approval of the parent/guardian.

THE HIGH SCHOOL DUAL ENROLLMENT COUNSELOR/COORDINATOR

The High School Counselor/Coordinator must complete the DUAL ENROLLMENT high school portion, in STARS, and assign the students to courses for the current term. Select only those courses which are offered by Paine College for the current term. Once students are in STARS, the Counselor/Coordinator must submit the Paine College Admissions Application, Paine College DUAL ENROLLMENT Application (with all required signatures), the Participation Agreement (with all required signatures),and the most recent transcript for the applicant. Please submit the complete package for each student to the DUAL ENROLLMENT Coordinator at the college.

THE COLLEGE

Upon receipt of the complete enrollment package for each prospective DUAL ENROLLEMENT student, the Office of Admissions and Academic Affairs will review the documents and the Office of Academic Affairs will notify the high school counselor of the student's acceptance.

ENROLLMENT DEADLINES (2019-2020 Academic Year)

The Office of Academic Affairs must receive the completed DUAL ENROLLMENT documents for each student by the deadlines below:

  • Fall Semester –Wednesday, July 31, 2019 (Classes begin Monday, August 12, 2019) Spring Semester – December 6, 2019 (Classes begin January 13, 2020)

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Paine College DUAL ENROLLMENT Coordinator at (706) 396-7571 or send an email to dualenrollment@paine.edu.

Dual Enrollment Class Schedule - Fall 2019-2020

Monday – Wednesday - Friday

Course Number

Course Name

Time

HIS 104 01

African American History

8:00 a.m. – 8:50 a.m.

MAT 121 01

General College Math

9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.

ENG 101 03

Composition I

9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.

ENG 101 05

Composition I

9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.

PSY 201 01

Psychology

9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.

SOC 201 01

Sociology

9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.

FRE 220 01

French I

9:00 a.m. – 9: 50 a.m.

BIO 102 01 (4 credit Hours)

Biology

9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.

Biology LAB – Thursday

12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

ENG 101 04

Composition I

10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

MAT 122 02

Algebra

10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

HIS 112 01

World History

10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

FRE 220 02

French I

10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

BIO 111 01 (4 credit Hours)

Biology

10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

Biology LAB – Monday

3:00 p.m. – 4:50 p.m.

ENG 102 02

Composition I

1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m.

HIS 112 02

World History

1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m.

FRE 220 03

French I

1:00 a.m. – 1:50 p.m.

PSY 201 02

Psychology

1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m.

HIS 112 03

World History

2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.

FRE 221 01

French II

2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.

Tuesday and Thursday

Course Number

Course Name

Time

MAT 122 01

Algebra

9:25 a.m. – 10:40 a.m.

MAT 122 04

Algebra

9:25 a.m. – 10:40 a.m.

REL 230 01 (2 credit Hours)

Essentials of Christian Faith

9:25 a.m. – 10:40 p.m.

PHI 220 01 (2 credit Hours)

Values and Society

9:25 a.m. – 10:40 p.m.

ENG 101 01

Composition I

10:50 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

ENG 101 02

Composition I

10:50 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

HIS 103 02

Survey of US History

10:50 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

REL 230 02 (2 credit Hours)

Essentials of Christian Faith

10:50 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

BIO 111 02 (4 credit Hours)

Biology

11:00 a.m. – 12: 15 p.m.

Biology LAB Wednesday

4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

ENG 101 08

Composition I

12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

ENG 102 01

Composition II

12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

HIS 103 01

Survey of US History

12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

PHI 220 02 (2 credit Hours)

Values and Society

12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

CSC 100 05

Computer Applications

1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

ENG 101 06

Composition I

1:55 p.m. – 3:10 p.m.

Dual Enrollment Couse Descriptions

The following courses are offered at Paine College for DUAL ENROLLMENT students.

MWF (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) Classes meet 50 minutes

TR (Tuesday and Thursday) Classes meet 1 hour and 15 minutes

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS w/HS Course Number

DEPARTMENT of BUSINESS ADMINISTATION

BSA 200

07.0A684 Survey of Business – Survey course in business administration. Provides

overview of accounting, management, information systems, economics, and supporting disciplines. (3 Credit Hours) – Fall/Spring

BSA 201

07.0A704 Introduction to International Business – Survey of the International Business

area. Provides overview of the various problems related to accounting, management, information systems, economics, and supporting disciplines as they impact on the international scene. A contrast is made between national and international business operations. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

BSA 204

07.0A714 Accounting I – Concepts of accounting as a measure of reporting a business

organization's economic activities, emphasis on the application of principles in preparation and understanding of financial statements. (3 Credit Hours) – Fall/Spring

BSA 205

07.0A724 Accounting II – Prerequisite(s) – BSA 204 with a grade of "C" or better – This

course is a continuation of BSA 204 Principles I with emphasis on corporations, providing financial analysis and managerial accounting. Content includes corporation organization and operations, earnings per share and dividends, long-term obligations and investments, cost-volume-profit analysis and budgeting. (3 Credit Hours) – Fall/Spring

BSA 227

07.0A734 Business Mathematics – Prerequisite(s) – MAT 122 – Application of Quadratic

Functions in Business (supply, demand, market equilibrium, breakeven points and maximization), simple and compound interests, present values, and annuities. Also, intuitive approach to the differential and integral calculus with applications in variety of fields. This course is designed for students in Business Administration. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

DEPARTMENT of HUMANITIES

ENG 101

23.03400 Composition I – Composition I focuses on developing skills required for effective

writing in a variety of contexts in academic and professional writing. Students in English 101 will write a five-paragraph expository college-level essay with three developmental paragraphs that support a thesis statement, contain appropriate concrete details and examples, an demonstrate competency in standard English within a specified time period. A review of grammar, usage, and mechanics is included. A grade of "C" or better is required to pass this course, and students are required to take and pass the English Exit Examination. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

ENG 102

23.03400 Composition II (completion of Composition I required to take ENG 102 and a grade of "C" or

better is required) – Composition II focuses on skills required for effective writing in a variety of contexts, with emphasis on argumentation and the research paper. Students in English 102 will write a persuasive college-level essay with developmental paragraphs that support a thesis statement, contain appropriate concrete supporting details and examples, and demonstrate competency in standard English on demand. A review of grammar, usage, and mechanics is included. A grade of "C" or better is required to pass this course. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

ENG 232

23.0B174 Introduction to Literature (Prerequisite ENG 102 - "C" or better)

This introductory course presents students with different types of literature in such a way that the student will learn to read, poetry, fiction, and drama with understanding and enjoyment. Students will also learn how to write themes about literature. Students take the Sophomore Proficiency Examination in English (SPEE) during the semester in which they are enrolled in this course. (3 Credit hours) - Fall

FRE 220

60.01100 Elementary French I – This course offers the students oral and written practice in French, with emphasis on sentence patterns and fundamental principles of structure. Three class meetings and two laboratory session per week. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring 

FRE 221

60.01200 Elementary French II – Prerequisite(s) - This course is a continuation of oral and written practice in French, with emphasis on sentence patterns and fundamental principles of structure. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

HIS 103

45.08100 Survey of US History – Survey of the political, economic, and social development of

The United States from pre-colonial times to the present. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

HIS 104

45.0B234 African American History – The history of Blacks in America from their African origin to the present, and an assessment of their role in shaping social, political, and cultural structures. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

HIS 112

45.08300 World History (Science 1450) – Survey of world civilizations from pre-historic times to the present. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

PHI 220 Syllabus –

45.0C774 Values and Society – This course deals with questions of social morality from a multicultural perspective. (2 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

REL 230

45.0C784 Essentials of the Christian Faith – This course surveys and exposes the student to the history of the Christian Church from its origins to the present time. Within the broad sweep of the four main periods of the Early Church {Early (50-600); Medieval (600-1500); Reformation (1500 – 1650; and Modern (1650 – Present)}; it studies the principal roles of religion in culture, including ritual, religious language, symbol, myth, and the emergence of instruction and shared scriptures. Students consider key persons, dates, developments, movements, and theological concepts as well as concentrates on key topics such as revelation and scripture, law and gospels, the Trinity, salvation and the Christian life, all of which demonstrate the importance of Christian theology for the work of ministry in the church. (2 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

SPA 220

60.07100 Elementary Spanish I – this course focuses on oral and written practice Spanish, with emphasis on sentence patterns and fundamental principles of structure. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

SPA 221

60.07200 Elementary Spanish II – Prerequisite(s) – This course continues the focus on oral and written practice Spanish, with emphasis on sentence patterns and fundamental principles of structure. (3 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, SCIENCES, and TECHNOLOGY

*BIO 102

Principles and Applications of Biological Science – Designed to introduce fundamental biological principles, concepts, and processes as illustrated by topics from plant and animal sciences and demonstrate their significance to humans and their environment. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory per week. (4 credit hours) – Fall/Spring

BIO 111

26.0B754 Principles of Biology I - This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental concepts of biological principles and processes. It will survey the cellular and chemical basis of life, cellular metabolism, cell diversity and classification will also be given. This course is required for science majors and a grade of "C" or better is required as a prerequisite to BIO 112. (4 Credit hours)

BIO 112

26.01300 Principles of Biology II - Prerequisite(s) BIO 111 ("C" or better) – This course is a continuation of Biology 111 (Principles of Biology I). Classification of species will be continued with special emphasis on plant and animal structure and function. Additional topics to be covered through lecture and laboratory include embryonic development, evolution, population genetics and ecology. This course is required for science majors and serves a prerequisite for advanced biology courses. (4 Credit hours)

BIO 220

26.0B764 Human Anatomy and Physiology I – Anatomy of the organ systems of the human body; an intense but interesting study of human body structures and how they are related to one another. Three hours of lecture and three hours laboratory per week. (4 Credit hours)

BIO 226

26.0B774 Invertebrate Zoology – Prerequisite(s) BIO 112 – Taxonomy, morphology, physiology, behavior, and ecology vertebrates. Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week. (4 hours)

CHE 120

40.05100 General Chemistry I – Prerequisite Two years of high school algebra with grade of "C" or better or MAT 122 – Periodic table of elements, atomic and molecular structure, bonding, thermochemistry, gas laws, and solution chemistry. Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week ( 4 credit hours)

CHE 121

40.05200 General Chemistry II – Prerequisite CHE 120 – Chemical equilibria, acids and bases, kinetics, molecular structure, and properties of the more common elements. Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week (4 credit hours)

CSC 100

11.0C394 Computer Applications and Programming – Introduction to computers and information processing, cybersecurity, fundamental concepts and operations. Computer capabilities limitations and applications, system components and social impact. Exposure to internet applications, e.g., word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, and databases. (3 Credit hours)

ESC 101

26.01300 Environmental Science Fundamentals – Application of the basic concepts from chemistry, biology and other physical sciences to examine environmental issues involving resource conservation and management, conservation of our biodiversity and its relevance to natural ecosystems and environmental sustainability. Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week. (4 Credit hours)

MAT 122

27.0D394 College Algebra – Admission based on placement test score. Topics include functions and their graphs, properties of functions, graphing techniques, special attention given to linear, quadratic; polynomial, rational and radical functions; and modeling

*PHS 101

Principles and Application of Physical Science – (Pre-requisite MAT 122 – This course is designed to introduce fundamental principles, concepts and processes of the sciences, as illustrated by topics from the physical sciences, chemistry, earth sciences, and physics. The significance of these areas of knowledge to humans and their environment is considered and discussed. Offered for non-science majors. Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week. (4 Credit hours) – Fall/Spring 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA STUDIES

JRN 252

23.03200 News Reporting and Writing (Pre-requisite English 101 and 102) – This course is a survey of the basic principles of journalistic writing and the fundamentals and techniques of news reporting (3 credit hours)

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

PSY 201

45.01500 Introduction to Psychology – This is a broad survey course covering basic concepts and research findings related to topics such as: scientific methodology; biological bases of behavior, development; perception, motivation, and emotion; learning and memory; intelligence; personality; psychological disturbance and social influence. It is a prerequisite for other psychology courses.

SOC 201

45.03100 Introduction to Sociology – Prerequisite for all other courses in Sociology. Expose students to perspectives, methods, and concepts used in contemporary sociology, with special emphasis on developing a sociological imagination as it pertains to issues of diversity and globalization in the modern world.

BOOKS and GRADES

BOOKS – Students are provided books for each semester of study at no cost to the student. Some books may be electronic through our Blackboard system and some may be hard copy books. Hard copy books must be returned, or the student will be charged the cost of the book which is noted on the lending agreement when the book(s) are issued. If books are not returned in the condition issued, students will not be issued grades or transcripts until book obligations have been satisfied through the Office of Academic Affairs (and the Office of Administrative and Fiscal Affairs).

GRADES

Faculty will post Mid-term and Final Grades. Faculty will post grades in PaineNet (the college's student information system/portal) and provide a signed copy to the Office of the Registrar by deadlines published on the Academic Calendar. After grades have been posted, students can view their grades in PaineNet (with a Paine College ID and password).

Grade reports will be provided to counselors by March 15 (for Mid-term grades) and May 19 (for Final grades). At the end of the term, the Office of the Registrar will provide an official transcript for each student enrolled in the DUAL Enrollment Program. Transcripts will be delivered to the counselor or the student may request to pick up the transcript. Only one transcript will be issued. Additional transcripts must be requested online at www.paine.edu. Select Quick Links and select online transcript ordering. There is a fee for transcripts.

Questions or Concerns

Dual Enrollment Program at Paine College

1235 15th Street – Suite 117

Augusta, Georgia 30909

(706) 396-7571

(706) 826-9942 (FAX)

Email – dualenrollment@paine.edu

TENTATIVE

DUAL ENROLLMENT ACADEMIC CALENDAR – FALL SEMESTER 2019

(Paine College Academic Calendar and RCBOE Academic Calendar Combined)

(* denotes Paine College events that students are encouraged to attend)

JULY

TBA

Dual Enrollment Instructors and School Counselors Orientation

TBA

Dual Enrollment Parent and Student Orientation

AUGUST

Thursday

August 1, 2019

First Day of Classes – Main Campus and Spring 1

Tuesday

August 6, 2019

First Day of Classes RCBOE

Monday

August 12, 2019

First Day of Classes for Dual Enrolled Students

*Wednesday

August 14, 2019

Fall Opening Convocation

11:00 a.m. – Gilbert-Lambuth Memorial Chapel

SEPTEMBER

Monday

September 2, 2019

HOLIDY - Labor Day

Wednesday

September 11, 2019

Last Day to assign a "WF" or "WP" grade

Monday-Thursday

September 23, 2019 -September 26, 2019

Mid-term Examinations

Monday-Tuesday

September 30, 2019

Fall Break

October 1

OCTOBER

Monday

October 14, 2019

HOLIDAY – Columbus Day - RCBOE

Classes in session at the college

Tuesday

October 15, 2019

Student Holiday – RCBOE

Classes in session at the college

NOVEMBER

Monday

November 11, 2019

HOLIDAY – Veteran's Day – RCBOE

Classes in session at the college

Monday – Friday

November 25-29

Thanksgiving Break – RCBOE

Classes in session at the college Monday and Tuesday

Wednesday-Friday

November 27-29

Thanksgiving Break – Paine College

DECEMBER

Monday

December 2, 2019

Reading Day (exam preparation not classes)

Tuesday-Saturday

December 3-7

Final Exams (see final exam schedule for times and locations)

Monday-Wednesday

December 9, 2019

Christmas Break (Dual Enrollment and Paine College Students)

January 1, 2020

Tuesday

December 10, 2019

Final Grades Due

Wednesday

December 18, 2019

Final Grades to School Counselors

Monday-Monday

December 23, 2019 - January 6, 2020

Christmas/Winter Break RCBOE

High School Out/Paine College has classes

Paine College Out/High School has classes

Monday, October 14

Monday, September 30 – Fall Break

Tuesday, October 15

Tuesday, October 1 – Fall Break

Monday, November 11

December 2 – Reading Day – No classes scheduled

Monday, November 25

Tuesday, November 26

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