Rockwell Concurrent Enrollment/Distance Education classes through Utah Valley University:
If you have already spoken with a counselor and would like to enroll in a Concurrent Enrollment/Distance Ed course at Rockwell, you will need to . . .
- Determine your eligibility by visiting the UVU official Concurrent Enrollment Webpage. You can also download and view >> THIS PowerPoint << for more information to determine whether CE would be a good fit for you.
- Choose your courses and choose them from the drop-down menu at www.uvu.edu/concurrent/registration.
- Complete a UVU admission application.
- Pay your $35 admissions fee.
- Receive a UVUID number. (For more on how to apply to UVU, go to www.uvu.edu/concurrent)
- Get registered by watching the registration video on the CE website, finding the CRN numbers for your courses, and registering for your courses through myUVU. If you are a Sophomore, you will have to complete the Sophomore Exception Form.
- Pay tuition: courses cost $5/credit hour.
- Submit the Parent Permission Form to your high school CE coordinator or teacher.
- Aquire the required textbooks/materials for your class by talking to your CE teacher or searching your materials list on myUVU.
- Work hard, get good grades, earn college credit, and pat yourself on the back for a job well done!
Concurrent Enrollment Courses that fulfill General Education Requirements
In order to graduate from college, most degrees require you to complete your General Education (GE) requirements. GE classes assist you in becoming an independent, creative, and productive learner. Completion of these courses will fulfill most requirements and are transferable at the colleges and universities within the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE). However, certain majors, both at UVU and at other Utah institutions, may require specific GE courses other
than those listed below:
*11 GE Courses are required for most AA/AS and BA/BS degrees.
REQUIRED GE COURSES CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT COURSES THAT FILL REQUIREMENTS
College Writing I– ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing
College Writing II– ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing
Quantitative Literacy -Math 1050 College Algebra
American Institutions– Complete one of the following: POLS 1100 American
National Government or HIST 1700 American Civilization
Philosophy– PHIL 2050 or PHIL 205G Ethics and Values
Biology– Complete one of the following: BIOL 1010 General Biology
or BTEC 1010 Biotechnology
Physical Science– Complete one of the following: ASTR 1040 Elem Astronomy, CHEM 1010 Intro Chemistry, ENVT 1110 Intro Environmental Mgt, GE0 1010 Intro Geology, METO 1010 Intro Meteorology, PHSC 1000 Survey of Physical Science or PHYS 1010 Elem Physics
3rd Science – (Additional Biology or Physical Science) Complete one of the following: BIOL 1010 General Biology, BTEC 1010 Biotechnology, ASTR 1040 Elem Astronomy, CHEM 1010 Intro Chemistry, ENVT 1110 Intro Environmental Mgt, GE0 1010 Intro Geology, METO 1010 Intro Meteorology, PHSC 1000 Survey of Physical Science or PHYS 1010 Elem Physics
Health/PE– (Not offered in Concurrent Enrollment) Health 1100 Gen Health & Wellness or PES 1097 Fitness for Life
Humanities– Complete one of the following: COMM 1020 Public Speaking, COMM 1050 Speech Comm, ENGL 2300 Shakespeare or HUM 1010 Humanities through the Arts
Fine Arts– Complete one of the following: ART 1010 Visual Arts, ART 1050 Photography, ART 1020 Basic Drawing, MUSC 1010 Intro to Music, MUSC 1030 Music Appreciation, THEA 1013 Intro to Theater or THEA 1023 Intro Film History
Social/Behavioral Science– Complete one of the following: ANTH 101G Social/Cult Anthropology, COMM 2110 Interpersonal Comm, ECON 1010 Economics, FIN 1060 Pers Finance, HLTH 2600 Drugs, Behav & Society, PSY 1010 Gen Psychology, PSY 1100 Human Dev, SOC 1010 Intro Sociology, SOC 1200 Soc of the Family or MGMT 1010 Intro to Business