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Dual Credit

Opportunities for High School Students
Dual credit is a new opportunity that allows high school students to enrol in post-secondary courses earning both high school and post-secondary credits. It is a great way to experience a university or career path before you graduate from high school. It’s like getting a head start!

Summer Program
July 3 to 13, 2018
9 a.m. — 3:30 p.m.
The King’s University campus

 Eligibility

  • Students entering grade 11 and 12 are eligible to enrol.
  • Students must be registered in, or have completed, English 20-1 or 30-1, or 30-2 with a minimum average of 60% or higher.

Course
Edmonton Public and Edmonton Catholic Students will receive five high school credits in CTS PSI 3000.

All other students will earn high school credit for three CTS courses:

  • MAM 3010 - The Business Organization
  • MAM 3020 - Business in the Canadian Economy
  • MAM 3910 - Marketing and Management Project

Students will receive post-secondary credit for BUSI 200 (Intro to Business). This course is the first business course you will likely take in any B.Com. program. It is an introductory overview of Canadian Business, both as an area of study and as a potential career choice. It explores basic business concepts, the nature of business from a Christian worldview, and the opportunities and challenges of starting and operating your own business.

Costs
There is a $485 fee for this course.
Edmonton Catholic School Division will cover the tuition fee for Edmonton Catholic students. Please contact your school for information.
Student parking is free on campus.

How to Register
Fill in an application form and return to admissions@kingsu.ca
or
Students should contact their school Guidance Counsellor or Academic Advisor to register.

Questions?
Contact us at business@kingsu.ca

    Our Business grads get jobs as:

  • Accountants
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Financial Administrators
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Marketing Coordinators
  • Non Profit Organization Directors

    Our Business grads go on to study:

  • Financial Engineering
  • International Affairs and Foreign Trade
  • Investment Analysis
  • Law
  • Sports Management