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2 University of Missouri-Kansas City High School/College Partnerships Celebrating Thirty Years of Course Integrity and Student Success

3 Vision

4 Knowledge

5 ChallengeChallenge

6 Opportunity

7 Creativity

8 Discovery

9 SuccessSuccess

10 Challenge Yourself Amaze

11 Explore the Dual Credit Alternative University of Missouri-Kansas City High School/College Partnerships Program

12 Why register for UMKC dual credit courses? the University of Missouri-Kansas City High School/College Partnerships Program Academically Challenging Academically Challenging Easily Accessible Easily Accessible Economical…Saves Money Economical…Saves Money Efficient…Saves Time Efficient…Saves Time Provides Student Benefits Provides Student Benefits Proven Record of Success Proven Record of Success Wide Range of Course Selections Wide Range of Course Selections

13 Intellectually stimulating university courses Intellectually stimulating university courses Taught by master instructors who are UMKC faculty members with advanced degrees Taught by master instructors who are UMKC faculty members with advanced degrees Rigorous university standards with UMKC approved curricula, syllabi and textbooks Rigorous university standards with UMKC approved curricula, syllabi and textbooks Academically Challenging

14 Accessible University classes taught in your high school. University classes taught in your high school. Classes meet during regular school hours. Classes meet during regular school hours. No additional travel is required for students. No additional travel is required for students.

15 Cost…is less than ⅓ the cost of on-campus courses Cost…is less than ⅓ the cost of on-campus courses Textbooks…are provided free of charge Textbooks…are provided free of charge Limited tuition assistance is available Limited tuition assistance is available Economical – Saves Money

16 Your coursework earns a university letter grade and transcript. Thus, many college freshman requirements may be completed while still in high school. Your coursework earns a university letter grade and transcript. Thus, many college freshman requirements may be completed while still in high school. According to the HSCP Class of 2000 Survey, 72% of college graduates who took HSCP courses in high school finished their degrees in four years or less. According to the HSCP Class of 2000 Survey, 72% of college graduates who took HSCP courses in high school finished their degrees in four years or less. Many HSCP dual credit students used the time saved to pursue dual majors and/or graduate level degrees. Many HSCP dual credit students used the time saved to pursue dual majors and/or graduate level degrees. Efficient - Saves Time

17 A Few HSCP Student Benefits National accreditation network National accreditation network Facilitated access to UMKC department advisors Facilitated access to UMKC department advisors UMKC Enrollment Application fee waiver UMKC Enrollment Application fee waiver UMKC Arts & Sciences Dean’s Scholarship available UMKC Arts & Sciences Dean’s Scholarship available Facebook (dual credit student network) Facebook (dual credit student network) Campus visits sponsored and funded by HSCP Campus visits sponsored and funded by HSCP UMKC student ID cards (providing Miller Nichols Library access and on-campus student discounts) UMKC student ID cards (providing Miller Nichols Library access and on-campus student discounts)

18 HSCP Special Events Foreign Language Fair Foreign Language Fair Math & Science Competition Math & Science Competition McKinzie History Symposium McKinzie History Symposium National History Contests National History Contests German Community Conference German Community Conference

19 National World War I Memorial Visits National World War I Memorial Visits White House Decision Center Visits White House Decision Center Visits On-campus Department Tours and Orientation Days On-campus Department Tours and Orientation Days UMKC Roos Sporting Events UMKC Roos Sporting Events Conservatory, Theater and Other Fine Arts Events Conservatory, Theater and Other Fine Arts Events HSCP Student Activities

20 Proven Record of Success In each of the last four academic years, an average of more than 6,800 high school students took UMKC courses through the HSCP for dual credit. In each of the last four academic years, an average of more than 6,800 high school students took UMKC courses through the HSCP for dual credit. Last year UMKC HSCP dual credit students earned over 30,000 undergraduate college credit hours. Last year UMKC HSCP dual credit students earned over 30,000 undergraduate college credit hours. Currently, there are a total of 196 adjunct instructors in the HSCP program, representing 64 high schools throughout western Missouri. Currently, there are a total of 196 adjunct instructors in the HSCP program, representing 64 high schools throughout western Missouri. This academic year, HSCP adjunct instructors will offer a total of 441 UMKC courses in 19 disciplines. This academic year, HSCP adjunct instructors will offer a total of 441 UMKC courses in 19 disciplines.

21 ART AND ART HISTORY Art 101 Topical Studies in Studio Art Art 110 Introduction to the Visual Arts Art 112 Foundation Drawing Art 114 Introduction to Computer Multimedia Art 116 Computer Animation Art 121 Foundation Design-Two Dimensional Art 131 Foundation Design-Three Dimensional Art 245 Digital Applications BIOLOGY AND LIFE SCIENCES Biology 102 Biology and Living Biology 102L Biology and Living Lab Life Science Microbiology 113 Microbiology and Human Disease Life Science Physiology 117 Human Physiology Life Science Anatomy 118 Human Anatomy Life Science Anatomy 118L Human Anatomy Lab CHEMISTRY Chemistry 211 General Chemistry I Chemistry 211L General Chemistry I Lab Chemistry 212R General Chemistry II Chemistry 212LR General Chemistry II Lab CLASSICS Classics 210 Foundations of World Literature Latin 110 Elementary Latin I Latin 120 Elementary Latin II COMMUNICATION STUDIES Comm. Studies 110 Fund. of Effective Speaking & Listening Comm. Studies 212 Argumentation and Debate COMPUTER SCIENCE Computer Science 100 Computer Survival: Applications Computer Science 101 Problem Solving and Programming I

22 ECONOMICS Economics Introduction to Economics I Economics Introduction to Economics II ENGINEERING Mechanical Engineering 111 Essential Engineering ENGLISH English 110 Introduction to Academic Prose English 204 Writing about Literature English 214 Introduction to Fiction FOREIGN LANGUAGES French 110 Elementary French I French 120 Elementary French II French 211 Second-Year French I French 221 Second-Year French II French 280 Special Intermediate French Topics I French 290 Special Intermediate French Topics II German 110 Elementary German I German 120 Elementary German II German 211 Second-Year German I German 221 Second -Year German II German 280 Special Intermediate German Topics I German 290 Special Intermediate German Topics II Spanish 110 Elementary Spanish I Spanish 120 Elementary Spanish II Spanish 211 Second-Year Spanish I Spanish 221 Second-Year Spanish II Spanish 280 Special Intermediate Spanish Topics I Spanish 290 Special Intermediate Spanish Topics II

23 GEOSCIENCES Geography 105 Introduction to the Elements of Geography Geography 200 World Geography I Geography 202 World Geography II Geology 120 Energy Science Geology 220 General Geology Geology 220L General Geology Laboratory Geology 250 Field Methods in Earth & Environmental Science HISTORY History 101 American History to 1877 History 102 American History Since 1877 History 201 Western Civilization to 1600 History 202 Western Civilization Since 1600 History 206 World Civilization to 1600 History 208 World Civilization Since 1600 MATHEMATICS Math 110 College Algebra Math 120 Algebra and Trigonometry Math 125 Trigonometry Math 202 Analytic Geometry Math 205 Discrete Mathematics Math 210 Calculus I Math 235 Elementary Statistics PHILOSOPHY Philosophy 210 Foundations of Philosophy PHYSICS Physics 102 Introduction to Physics Physics 210 General Physics I Physics 240 Physics for Science and Engineering I PSYCHOLOGY Psychology 210 General Psychology THEATER Theater 130 Foundations of Fine Arts Theater

24 Why take UMKC dual credit courses? Why not?

25 To learn more, contact: High School/College Partnerships Program University of Missouri-Kansas City

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