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Dual Enrollment - Moorpark College

Dual Enrollment - Moorpark College

Dual Enrollment is an outstanding opportunity for current high school students to take college courses and achieve dual credit (towards both their high school diploma and college degree).  SVHS has a working partnership with Moorpark College providing more and more opportunities for our students to take these courses on either Simi High's campus after regular school hours or at the college campus.

If you are interested in Dual Enrollment, please complete this online Google Form.  Filling out this form does not make a commitment to enroll, but let's us know that you are interested in the D.E. college classes and we can keep you informed of the opportunities that will be available each semester.  :-)

Benefits of Dual Enrollment

Click here for the step-by-step instructions from Moorpark College, which includes tutorial videos to help guide you through the process.

Dual Enrollment Checklist

Please feel welcome to check out this link for additional details from the college:  Moorpark College - Dual Enrollment 

 

In addition to the DE Checklist above, here is an excellent Powerpoint with Step-by-Step Directions provided by Moorpark College:

How to Setup Your Moorpark College Account
& Submit your Dual Enrollment MOU Agreement Form

 

Fall 2020 Offerings on SVHS Campus:

 

Course Format Dates Days/Times
(if synchronous)

COMM M01
Public Speaking
(CRN 72902)

Online

8/24/2020 – 12/16/2020

Online
& Mondays 5:45-7:00 pm (synchronous)

FTMA M101
Intro to Cinema
(CRN 73346)

Online

8/24/2020 -12/16/2020

Online

ANTH M02
Cultural Anthropology
(CRN 73349)

Online

8/24/202 – 12/16/2020

Online

 

Course Descriptions:


COMM M01 – PUBLIC SPEAKING – 3 UNITS - (CRN 72902)

Prerequisites: None  -  Class Hours: 3 lecture

Prepares students to be effective oral communicators in a public speaking context through instruction in basic communication theory, appropriate delivery skills, common organizational patterns, and thorough research techniques. Offers practical training in feedback and listening skills.
Applies to Associate Degree. Transfer credit: CSU; UC. 


FTMA M101 - INTRODUCTION TO CINEMA - 3 UNITS - (CRN 73346)

Prerequisites: None  -  Class Hours: 3 lecture

Introduces the art form of cinema. Includes topics such as modes of

production, form, style, genre, aesthetics, media industries, critical analysis, and socio-cultural and historical importance. Builds an appreciation for the art form and cultivates critical thinking about film. Combines lectures and discussions accompanied by screenings of appropriate films.
Applies to Associate Degree. Transfer credit: CSU; UC


ANTH M02 – CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY – 3 UNITS - (CRN 73349)
Prerequisites: None  -  Class Hours: 3 lecture
Focuses upon concepts and methods for analyzing cultural systems, illustrated with examples drawn largely from non­-Western societies. Emphasizes the structure and evolution of human behavior in all major aspects of culture.
Applies to Associate Degree. Transfer credit: CSU; UC

 

Dual Enrollment

 

Here is a sample of our students' schedules in the Dual Enrollment: Early College Pathway:

9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
SVHS Courses SVHS Courses SVHS Courses SVHS Courses
1. Eng 9/9H 1. Eng 10/10H 1. Eng 11/AP 1. Eng 12/AP/ERWC
2. HS Math Course 2. HS Math Course 2. HS Math Course 2. Comp/PA
3. HS Science 3. HS Science 3. HS Science 3. Pathway Elective
4. PE 4. PE 4. US History/APUS 4. Econ/Gov
5. Health or Pathway Elective 5. World History/APWH    
Moorpark Courses Moorpark Courses Moorpark Courses Moorpark Courses
Summer / Fall Fall Summer / Fall Fall
Coun M01 Soc M01 Anth M02 TBD (location TBD)
Events/Activities Events/Activities Film M10 Events/Activities
    Events/Activities  
Spring Spring Spring Spring
Coun M02 Mus M08 Chin M01 Math
Events/Activities Comm M12 Events/Activities Events/Activities
  Events/Activities    

 

If you are interested in Dual Enrollment classes,
please complete this Interest Form:  

https://tinyurl.com/SVHS-DE

 

Who to Contact

at Simi Valley High School

April Jacobsen
Assistant Principal
april.jacobsen@simivalleyusd.org
(805) 577-1400

Or your School Counselor!


at Moorpark College

Karen Rothstein
Dean, Behavioral and Social Sciences
krothstein@vcccd.edu
(805) 553- 4012