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Branham High School

Dual Enrollment

Branham has partnered with West Valley College to offer Dual Enrollment Classes after school! 
 
This partnership's student benefits include:
  • Students earn both high school and college credit.
  • Every 3-unit West Valley course gives 10 units of high school credit.
  • Courses and units earned transfer to both West Valley College as well as other colleges and universities.
  • Get a head start on college while earning high school credits.
  • Makeup credits needed for high school graduation.
  • Courses are part of a major, college general education, and/or electives.
  • Courses and textbooks are free to students.
  • Course offerings change each term.
  • Fall 2020 courses begin on September 8 or 9 and end on December 14 or 15.
  • See your counselor for an application.  Seats can fill up quickly.
 

Location:  Offered by West Valley College on Branham's campus

Open to:  All current 10th, 11th and 12th grade students

Classes Start:  September 8 or 9, 2020

Classes End:  December 14 or 15, 2020

Applications:  Available in Student Services and due Friday, April 24th, 2020

Credit:  High School Credit is available (10 credits)

 

                                               
Fall 2020 Classes Include:
 

ASLA 60A: AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I

This course is designed for the development of and practice in elementary American Sign Language (ASL). It offers preparation for acquiring a visual gestural language; finger spelling; vocabulary; modeling and use of basic grammatical structure. It has a focus on beginning communication skills with emphasis on comprehension. Basic cultural aspects of deafness; historical and linguistic elements of sign language are covered also. The course is taught solely in American Sign Language.

 

BUSN 51: INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

This business survey course provides an overview of the various areas of concentration business majors can pursue. The course covers topics such as globalization, human resources, marketing, leadership, information technology, accounting, personal finance, legal issues, and operations management. The course also examines how culture, society, economic systems, legal, international, political, financial institutions, and human behavior interact to affect a business.

 

KINT 38A: INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS MEDICINE

This course introduces students to the concepts of athletic training. Topics include prevention, management, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports injuries. Techniques for adhesive strapping and protective padding are included.

 

Below is a complete list of courses offered for the fall 2020 term.   

High School

Course #

Couse Name

Days

Times

Units

Room #

Branham

ASLA 60A

American Sign language 1

TTh

3:20 – 5:55

5

C202

Branham

BUSN 51

Introduction to Business

MW

3:20 – 4:55

3

C203

Branham

KINT 38A

Sports Medicine

TTh

3:20 – 4:55

3

28

Del Mar

COUN 12

Careers and Lifestyles

TTh

2:50 – 4:25

3

39

Del Mar

THEA 44A

Makeup for Stage and Screen

MW

2:50 – 4:25

3

62

Leigh

COMM 1

Public Speaking

MW

2:30 – 4:05

3

24

Prospect

BUSN 51

Introduction to Business

TTh

2:45 – 4:20

3

6

Prospect

KINT 30

Introduction to Kinesiology

TTh

2:45 – 4:20

3

13

Westmont

COUN 5

College Success

MW

3:00 – 4:35

3

31

Westmont

DIGM 21M

Introduction to App Design

TTh

3:00 – 4:35 & Online Lab

4

7

Westmont

MATH 105

Pre-Statistics

TTh

3:00 – 5:35

5

40