What Courses Are Offered?
Dual/Concurrent Credit courses are offered in a variety of
ACADEMIC courses will serve to complete college course
requirements typically associated with freshman and sophomore level
courses necessary for a Texas Associate's Degree that can be
applied to a bachelor's degree at any Texas Four-year
(Examples: English, Government, History, Biology, Math,
TECHNICAL courses will serve to complete career and technical
educational programs are related to various high-demand occupations
which require one to two years of training and will allow students
to go to work immediately after their training is completed. Even
more importantly, most of these career and technical programs are
designed to allow students to move into a career pathway. Many of
our programs have articulation agreements in order for the
Technical degrees to lead to a BAAS.
(Examples: Accounting, Auto Collision, Computer Maintenance,
Child Development, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Drafting, Welding
What is Dual/Concurrent Enrollment?
Concurrent Student - A high school student who
takes college classes on their own-not earning dual credit with the
Dual Credit Student - A high school student
earning BOTH high school and college credit. These credits apply
toward earning college credits for a degree or certificate and to
achieve a high school diploma.
Courses Offered Through Dual Credit
- College English I & II
- U.S. & State & Local Government
- Macroeconomics & Microeconomics
- General Biology
- Anatomy & Physiology
- History I & II
- Refrigeration Principles
- Criminal Justice (Intro., Crime in America)
- Computer Aided Drafting
- Computer Technology
- Culinary Arts
- Child Development
- Computer Maintenance
- Welding Technology
- Auto Collision Technology
GC works closely with regional councils of government and area
economic development agencies to identify workforce requirements.
Subject to Coordinating Board approval, appropriate certificate
programs are added (e.g. accounting, cosmetology, dental assistant,
etc.) Training may be at the high school or college campus.