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High School Dual Credit Procedures 
 
 

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Florence School District 1

Dual Credit Enrollment Process

2014-2015

Florence-Darlington Technical College

Registration Process

Apply online in the General Studies Certificate Program as a high school student via the FDTC website at www.fdtc.edu.

  1. Submit a complete set of the required SAT or Asset or ACT scores to the FDT Admissions Center in the 100 Building.
  2. Submit a letter of permission to the Admissions Office from high school principal to take a dual credit course(s).
  3. Submit Admissions Waiver, if applicable, to the FDTC Admissions Office. (Used only for a high school student who has a
  4. 3.0 GPA or greater who tested, but did not meet the test score requirements).
  5. Register via the FDTC website or contact Nancy Reading (FDTC High School Advisor) at 661-8120.
  6. Submit FAFSA Waiver if the student is registered for two or more approved dual credit courses in a term. (Proof of US citizenship is required on this form to receive lottery money).
  7. Begin selecting dual credit courses to possibly take.  (It is recommended to take courses that are relevant to your specific college and/or academic major of interest.)

Contact
Florence-Darlington Technical College
Nancy Reading, High School Advisor
Admissions
P.O. Box 100548
Florence, SC 29502-0548
843-661-8120
Nancy.Reading@fdtc.edu

 
Francis Marion University
.

REGISTRATION PROCESS: Apply directly to FMU for acceptance into these dual credit courses. Enrollment for courses is on a first come first served basis. In order to be considered for a dual credit course, you must have at least a 3.0 GPA to participate.
• A completed & signed application
• Proof of US citizenship: copy of driver’s license, birth certificate or passport
• Signed parental waiver
• Letter of recommendation from your principal or guidance counselor
• Copy of your most recent high school transcript
• Must be a high school Junior or Senior 

These courses are offered to Florence County students tuition free, a $1,430.20 per course value.

All application materials must be sent or delivered to:
Francis Marion University

Cheri Richardson
Coordinator, Continuing Education & Special Projects
P.O. Box 100547 Florence, SC 29502  

843.661.1373 crichardson@fmarion.edu

FMU Application, courses, and materials below.

* Dual Credit Information Sheet and Course Listing (Spring 2015)

* Dual Credit Information Sheet and Course Listing (Fall 2015)

*Parent Waiver form

*Printable application 
 

Florence School District 1 Approved Dual Credit Courses at FMU for Spring 2015

CS 150, Microcomputers and Software Applications 1 (3 credit hours): Introduction to microcomputer hardware and software. Topics include computer fundamentals, word processing, electronic spreadsheets, databases, and other microcomputer application areas. Solutions for several problems using microcomputers and commercial software will be required. The professor is Dr. Kenneth Araujo and the required software with E-book is ISBN #9780133481709. It is available for purchase at the FMU campus bookstore. Classes will meet on the FMU campus in the Stanton Academic Computer Center, room 111 on Tuesdays from 3:30 – 6:00. Students can either purchase a FMU parking sticker or park in Lot E in general parking.

PSY 206, Introductory Psychology (3 credit hours): Survey of the biological, experimental (including sensory processes, learning, memory and motivation), social, personality, and developmental processes. In addition to these content areas, an understanding of scientific methodology will be studied. The professor is Ms. Krystal Souther and the required textbook is “Psychology: The Science of Behavior”, New 5th edition by R.H. Ettinger, ISBN #9781618826244. It can be purchased online. This class is taught asynchronously online to allow for maximum flexibility.

 ART 101, Introduction to Art (3 credit hours): Patterns of perception and understanding are established through analysis of major works of painting, sculpture, and architecture in a historical survey. The class format includes a liberal use of slides and occasional films. Classes will meet at the Lake City High School campus in room 216 on Thursdays from 4:00- 6:30. The professor is Dr. Howard Fry and the required textbook is “The Making and Meaning of Art”, ISBN #9780131779198. It can be purchased at Amazon.

Florence School District 1 Approved FMU Dual Credit Courses for Fall 2015

 Math 132, College Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry (3 credit hours): College trigonometry, to include trigonometric functions, parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas. Credit toward graduation cannot be earned for both Math 137 and Math 132. (Prerequisite Algebra II).  Class will be held Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30 a.m.-9:45 a.m.

Political Science 101, United States Government (3 credit hours): An examination of the United States political institutions with particular attention to the principles, processes, structure, and functions of the national government Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Class will be held Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:55 a.m.-11:10 a.m. 

 

 District 1 Approved Dual Credit Courses at FDTC

 

Course

Course Name

Credit

Course

Course Name

Credit

ACC - 101

Accounting Principles I

3

HIS  - 202

American History 1877–Pres.

3

ACC - 102

Accounting Principles II

3

MAT - 110

College Algebra

3

ART - 101

History & Application

3

MAT - 111

College Trigonometry

3

AHS - 102

Medical Terminology*   

3

MAT - 120

Probability and Statistics

3

BIO - 101

Biological Science I

4

MAT - 122

Finite College Math

3

BIO -102

Biological Science II

4

MAT - 130

Elementary Calculus

3

BIO - 210

Anatomy and Physiology I

4

MAT - 140

Analytical Geometry & Calculus I

4

BIO - 211

Anatomy and Physiology II

4

MAT - 141

Analytical Geometry & Calculus II

4

BIO - 225

Microbiology

4

MAT - 240

Analytical Geometry & Calculus III

4

CHM- 110

College Chemistry I

4

MAT - 242

Differential Equations

4

CHM- 111

College Chemistry II

4

MUS- 105

Music Appreciation

3

CPT-162

Intro to Web Page Publishing

3

PHI  - 101

Introduction to Philosophy

3

CPT- 170

Microcomputer Applications

3

PHI  - 110

Ethics

3

ECO - 201

Economic Concepts

3

PHI  - 115

Contemporary Moral Issues

3

ECO - 210

Macroeconomics

3

PHY - 201

Physics I

4

ECO - 211

Microeconomics

3

PHY - 202

Physics II

4

ENG - 101

English Composition I

3

PHY - 221

University Physics I

4

ENG - 102

English Composition II

3

PHY - 222

University Physics II

4

ENG - 201

American Literature I

3

PHY - 223

University Physics III

4

ENG - 202

American Literature II

3

PSC - 201

American Government

3

ENG - 205

English Literature I

3

PSC - 215

State and Local Government

3

ENG - 206

English Literature II

3

PSY - 201

General Psychology

3

ENG - 208

World Literature I

3

PSY - 203

Human Growth & Dev.

3

ENG - 209

World Literature II

3

PSY - 208

Human Sexuality

3

ENG - 214

Fiction

3

PSY - 212

Abnormal Psychology

3

ENG - 218

Drama

3

SOC - 101

Introduction to Sociology

3

ENG - 222

Poetry

3

SOC - 102

Marriage and the Family

3

ENG - 230

Women in Literature

3

SOC - 205

Social Problems

3

ENG - 236

African-American Literature

3

SOC - 210

Juvenile Delinquency

3

ENG - 260

Advanced Technical Comm.

3

SOC - 220

Sociology of the Family

3

GEO - 101

Introduction to Geography

3

SOC - 235

Thanatology

3

GEO - 102

World Geography

3

SPA - 101

Elementary Spanish I

4

HIS  - 101

Western Civ. to 1689

3

SPA - 102

Elementary Spanish II

4

HIS  - 102

Western Civ. Post 1689

3

SPC - 205

Public Speaking

3

HIS  - 201

American History to 1877

3

THE - 101

Introduction to Theater

3

* The asterisks means that this course may NOT transfer to some 4-year colleges.
 







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