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Dual Enrollment at MJCA

Dual Enrollment at MJCA


For a student to be a part of the Dual Enrollment Program, he/she must meet the ACT and GPA requirements set by the Administration. Only juniors and seniors are able to take dual enrollment courses.

ACT Requirement

  • 22 ACT Math sub-section for Dual Enrollment College Algebra
  • 20 ACT English sub-section for Dual Enrollment Composition and Literature

Grade Requirement

  • 3.0 GPA

Course Descriptions

The following courses are offered through Cumberland University:

English Composition I: 101 (3)

A basic introduction to university-level reading, writing and research. This course promotes competence in grammar, mechanics and usage and emphasizes the development of critical thinking and writing skills through assigned readings and written compositions. Required readings include both literary and non-literary texts; required writing includes frequent expository and argumentative essays, at least one of them documented.

English Composition II: 102 (3)

Develop competence in grammar, mechanics, and usage as well as critical thinking and writing skills through assigned readings and written compositions. This course emphasizes the methods and mechanics of university-level research and documentation.

Introduction to Literature: 215 (3)

This course is a survey of literary genres including fiction (the short story and the novel), poetry, and drama. The instructor may include other genres such as essays or literary non-fiction. The course introduces students to the essential elements of each genre to enhance analysis and understanding, and it encourages an appreciation for literary art.

Sophomore Literature: 216 (3)

This course is an exploration of some topic or theme as it is reflected in literature. Topics and reading lists will be chosen and developed by individual instructors. This course may be taken multiple times to explore different topics.

College Algebra: 111 (3)

Functions and graphs; polynomial functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; systems of equations and inequalities; sequences, series, and probability.

Trigonometry: 112 (3)

This course is a study of the trigonometric functions. Topics include a review of algebra, trigonometric functions of acute angles, circular functions, graphs of the trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, identities, and solutions of right triangles, general triangles, and equations.

Calculus 1: 121 (3)

This course is an introduction to differential and integral calculus. Topics include limits and continuity, differentiation, area, the Riemann integral, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and elementary applications of derivatives and integrals.

Statistics: 205 (3)

This course covers identification, interpretation, and use of statistical data analysis methods. Topics include descriptive statistics, sampling methods, normal populations, hypothesis testing, and both relational and differential analyses.