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Dual Enrollment is defined as a student receiving high school credit toward a high school diploma and college credit toward an Associate Degree or a Workforce certificate.
Students have the option on working towards an Associate degree (academic) or Associate of Applied Science degree and/or certificates (workforce). Workforce Option: Dual Enrollment students may earn elective high school credit toward their high school diploma and college credit towards their chosen pathway. CBC has created twenty various career pathways you can pursue. They all begin with a Marketable Achievement Awards which typically consists of four college courses. All the courses are "stackable" which means they transfer straight into our Level I, Level II and AAS degree. Below is a list of career pathways that are available for YOU!
Computer Information Technology
Drafting and Design
Oil & Gas Technology
CIT: Network Specialization
Early Development & Education
Welding (Shielded Metal Arc)
CIT: Web/Game Design
Welding (Gas Metal Arc)
Business Technology: Admin. Asst.
Welding (Flux Core Arc)
Certified Nursing Assistant
Medical Records Coding
Welding (Gas Tungsten Arc)
Academic Option: Dual Enrollment students may earn high school credit toward their high school diploma and college credit toward an Associate degree. Liberal Arts and Science degrees at CBC are designed to transfer to a Texas four-year university of student's choice. We always encourage students to meet with their high school counselor and Dual Enrollment Specialist on a regular basis to make sure you are taking the appropriate courses for "dual credit".
Benefits of taking Dual Enrollment courses: