Assistant Superintendent, Secondary Teaching and Learning and CTE
Scott Wihongi | 801-264-7400 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Murray High School CTE Coordinator
Chantel Olsen | 801-264-7460 | email@example.com
Office Hours: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
5102 Commerce Drive | Building #1 | Murray, Utah 84107
Phone: 801-264-7400 | Fax: 801-264-7456
Concurrent Enrollment is an opportunity to explore what it is like to be a college student:
- Concurrent Enrollment classes are college classes. You experience college academics first-hand; read a college textbook take college exams, write college papers, and learn how much studying is needed to pass a college class. CE classes are taught by college instructors.
- You gain "college knowledge." To take a CE class, you must apply for admission to a college, pay an application fee, meet college deadlines, and use the campus online registration system to enroll. Talk to a college CE adviser about choosing classes, how to pay for college, and exploring majors that meet your interests and career goals.
- You save money. Through the CE program, you can take college classes at a deeply discounted cost. This low-cost opportunity is possible because of funding from state government and support from colleges, school districts, and charter schools.
- You earn both college AND high school credit with each class.
SLCC Art 1020
SLCC Music 1010
SLCC Film 1045
SLCC Communications 1010
SLCC Communications 1020
SLCC English 1010
SLCC College Algebra 1050
SLCC College Algebra 1030
SLCC Statistics 1040
SLCC Trigonometry 1060
SLCC Bio 1010: Intro to Biology
SLCC Bio 1090: Intro to Human Biology
UVU Biotechnology 1010
SLCC CS 1400: Computer Programming 1
SLCC CS 1410 Computer Programming 2
SLCC MGMT 1600 Management Essentials
SLCC FIN 1050: Personal Finance
SLCC CMGT 1010 Residential Construction Materials & Methods
SLCC CMGT 1045 Building Construction I
SLCC CMGT 1145 Interior Finishes I
SLCC CMGT 1200 Personal Projects
SLCC CMGT 1225 Woodworking & Millwork I
SLCC EDDT 1040 Introduction to AutoCad.