Which Corses AreOffered?
Class offerings vary by high school, buttypically the following are offered:· American History I & II· Anatomy & Physiology · British or World Literature· Composition and Rhetoric I & II· College Algebra & Trigonometry · Calculus I & II· Economics· General Biology I & II· Geology · Government· Physical Science· Speech· Statistics
Are There TestingReqirements?
Yes. In order to take academic dual creditcourses you must fall in to one of thefollowing categories:1) Testing Temporary Waiver – 10th grade TAKS scores ELA 2200 w/3 subscoreand Math 22002) Testing Exemptions – · 11th grade TAKS scores ELA 2200 w/3subscore and Math 2200, or· SAT combined critical reading and mathscore of 1070 w/minimum of 500 inboth sections, or · Accuplacer score must be 78 for reading,essay score of 6 or essay score of 5 withsentence skills of 80, with elementary algebra score of 85 or higher, and college-level math of 50 or higher.3) A required state-approved placement test.Navarro College offers several placementtests. Call the Testing Center at (903)875-7457 for information.
How Mch Does It Cost?
Courses taken on a Navarro College campus:
In-District 3 credit hours $168In-District 6 credit hours $315Out-of-District 3 credit hours $264Out-of-District 6 credit hours $507
Costs of textbooks varies.
What Are Career AndTechnical Dal CreditCorses?
These courses help prepare you for a skill-
specifc career or technical program. They
are also termed “workforce” courses. Thesecourses can be applied to:
· Certifcate programs
· Associate of Applied Science degree
Approximately 10 percent of NavarroCollege’s contact hours (student and teacher face-to-face instruction) comesfrom dual credit courses.