Concurrent Courses

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Concurrent Course Options

Concurrent enrollment course offerings span many academic disciplines, and include 23 Minnesota Transfer Curriculum course options in art, biology, chemistry, English, history, math, physics, political science, psychology, sociology, Spanish and communications. Technical course options include introduction to computers, career internship, entrepreneuship and medical terminology.

We may be able to offer other courses through the concurrent program to meet the curriculum needs of partner high schools and students, dependent on the credentialing of the high school's teachers.



 

Common Concurrent Courses

Accounting

ACCT 1012 - Principles of Bookkeeping

ACCT 1108 - Business Math/Calculators

ACCT 1124 - Spreadsheet Applications

ACCT 2211 - Financial Accounting I

Admin. Support

ADMS 1142 - Career Internship I

ADMS 1242 - Career Internship II

Biology

BIOL 1122 - General Biology I

BIOL 1123 - General Biology II

BIOL 2202 - Principles of Nutrition

BIOL 2260/2261 - Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture and Lab

BIOL 2262/2263 - Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture and Lab

Business

BUS 1146 - Personal Finance

Chemistry

CHEM 1100 - Fund. Concepts Chemistry

CHEM 1101 - Principles of Chemistry

CHEM1111 - General Inorganic Chemistry I

CHEM 1112 - General Inorganic Chemistry II

Communications

COMM 1120 - Intro to Public Speaking

COMM 2230 - Intercultural Communications

Economics

ECON 1150 - Essentials of Economics

ECON 2210 - Macroeconomics

ECON 2222 - Microeconomics

Education

EDUC 1112 - Job Search Skills

English

ENGL 1101 - College Writing I

ENGL 1205 - Writing About Literature

ENGL 1210 - Writing About Current Issues

ENGL 2200 - Intro to Creative Writing

ENGL 2234 - Intro to Literature: Short Stories

ENGL 2235 - Intro to Literature: Drama

ENGL 2236 - Intro to Literature: Novel

ENGL 2302 - American Ethnic Literature

Graphic Design

GDTC 1126 - Digital Photography

History

HIST 1110 - Western Civilization: Ancient-1400's

HIST 1112 - Western Civilization: 1600's-1800's

HIST 1113 - Western Civilzation: 20th Century

HIST 2212 - American History: 19th Century

HIST 2213 - American History: 20th Century

Health

HLTH 1116 - Medical Terminology

Math

MATH 1114 - College Algebra

MATH 1115 - Functions/Trigonometry

MATH 1116 - College Trigonometry

MATH 1118 - Precalculus

MATH 1122 - Applied Calc & Linear Algebra

MATH 1134 - Calculus I

MATH 1135 - Calculus II

MATH 1207 - Elementary Statistics

MATH 1213 - Intro to Statistics

Multicultural Studies

MCS 2230 - Multicultural America

Marketing

MKTG 1200 - Intro to Social Media

Physical Educ.

PE 1141 - Intro to Strength Training

Physics

PHYS 1105 - Fundamental Concepts in Physics

PHYS 1401 - College Physics I

Political Science

POLS 1120 - American National Government

Psychology

PSYC 1101 - Human Interaction

PSYC 1200 - General Psychology

PSYC 1500 - Positive Psychology

PSYC 2220 - Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 2222 - Developmental Psychology

Sociology

SOC 1111 - Intro to Sociology

Spanish

SPAN 2211 - Intermediate Spanish I

SPAN 2212 - Intermediate Spanish II


 

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC)

What is the MnTC?

The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) is the basis for the general education requirements at institutions that are part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. Completion of the MnTC, requires at least 40 credits and a specified number of courses, or credits, taken from each of the 10 MnTC goal areas. The MnTC must be completed with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Any M State concurrent courses will transfer to other MnSCU institutions in the goal area(s) designated by M State.

Click on the goal areas below for a list of all the M State courses that fulfill that specific goal.

Goal Area 1: Communication (9 cr.)

Goal Area 2: Critical Thinking (6 cr. in two disciplines)

Goal Area 3: Natural Sciences (6 cr. including one lab)

Goal Area 4: Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (3 cr.)

Goal Area 5: History and the Social and Behavioral Sciences (9 cr. in two disciplines)

Goal Area 6: Humanities and Fine Arts (9 cr. in three disciplines; a maximum of 3 cr. in fine arts)

Goal Area 7: Human Diversity (3 cr.)

Goal Area 8: Global Perspective (3 cr.)

Goal Area 9: Ethical and Civil Responsibility (3 cr.)

Goal Area 10: People and the Environment (3 cr.)

*Some courses meet more than one MnTC goal area. These courses may be used to fulfill the requirements of multiple goal areas, but the course credits are only counted once towards the 40 credit MnTC requirement.

Questions?

Contact Megan Adamczyk, M State K-12 Collaboration Manager, megan.adamczyk@minnesota.edu, 218.846.3867, to schedule a consultation to review your school's concurrent courses and develop a plan to provide students with an opportunity to fulfill as many MnTC goal areas as possible.



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