Dual Enrollment Programs

CTE Transitions
Also known as 2+2, Early College, and Articulation
YesClosed to Public NoOpen To Public
NoFees YesNo Fees
YesHigh School Course NoMJC Course
YesTaught By High School NoTaught by MJC
NoTuition YesNo Tuition
NoAfter School YesDuring School
CTE Transitions
Also known as 2+2, Early College, and Articulation

A career and technical education program that encourages collaboration between secondary and post-secondary educators and institutions. Secondary educators present a course outline, syllabus, and final exam for each course they wish to articulate. The documents are reviewed by MJC faculty who may determine that at least 85% of the material is equivalent. Students enroll in the articulated high school course, taught by their high school teacher, and upon completion with a grade of A or B, the students earn credit for the equivalent college course on their MJC transcript. There are no fees involved and no FTES are generated.  

Middle College
Also known as Contract Education
YesClosed to Public NoOpen To Public
NoFees YesNo Fees
NoHigh School Course YesMJC Course
NoTaught By High School YesTaught by MJC
NoTuition YesNo Tuition
NoAfter School YesDuring School
Middle College
Also known as Contract Education

An agreement between a high school and MJC that provides customized service tailored to the specific needs of that institution. A contract is arranged with the high school designating specific courses that will be offered on that campus. Courses are closed to the public, do not generate FTES, and are taught by MJC Faculty. 

Non-CCAP Dual Enrollment
Also known as Concurrent Enrollment
NoClosed to Public YesOpen To Public
YesFees NoNo Fees
NoHigh School Course YesMJC Course
NoTaught By High School YesTaught by MJC
NoTuition YesNo Tuition
YesAfter School NoDuring School
Non-CCAP Dual Enrollment
Also known as Concurrent Enrollment

Non-CCAP Dual Enrollment is the option most commonly selected by secondary institutions who wish to offer college courses on their campus. Non-CCAP Dual Enrollment offers students the convenience of MJC courses on their high school campus after the school day. These courses are taught by MJC faculty, FTES are generated, and fees are incurred, though often off-set by the sponsoring high school.

CCAP Dual Enrollment
Also known as AB288
YesClosed to Public NoOpen To Public
NoFees YesNo Fees
NoHigh School Course YesMJC Course
NoTaught By High School YesTaught by MJC
NoTuition YesNo Tuition
NoAfter School YesDuring School
CCAP Dual Enrollment
Also known as AB288

The most currently legislated dual enrollment option, CCAP is the equity-focused dual enrollment option intended to allow underrepresented students an opportunity to enter designated pathways. CCAP agreements involve a contract between secondary and post-secondary institutions that is approved by both institutions’ Boards. The contract specifies all aspects of the instructional agreement, including which institution will provide which services. Courses are on the high school campus during the school day and closed to the public. There are no fees incurred by students, courses generate FTES, and courses are taught by MJC faculty.