Dual Enrollment

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Dual Enrollment

The CUHSD Dual Enrollment application for Spring 2022 will be available beginning Monday, October 25, 2021.

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The Metro Ed Dual Enrollment Program is not accepting applications at this time.

  • Dual Enrollment (DE) is a program for Campbell Union High School District (CUHSD) sophomores, juniors and seniors to earn college credit (students may also receive high school credit). Students enroll in college classes at their home high school.
  • The classes offered are WVC classes and are taught at the college level.
  • Students do not pay enrollment fees.
  • Books and classroom materials will be supplied by CUHSD.
  1. Complete an online application. (Students who were in the DE program in the fall are required to complete a new application).
    1. Create an OpenCCCApply account. You will receive a CCC ID# (ex: AF861972) via email; this is not your College ID#. Your CCC ID# will give you access to the online application.
    2. Using your CCC ID#, log into OpenCCCApply through the application page and complete the West Valley College Application.
    3. Within 5 minutes – 2 hours, you will receive your West Valley College ID# (ex: G08100081) via email. Save this number in a place you can easily access it. You will need this number moving forward.
      • If you do not receive your ID number, email the WVC Admissions Office at wvc.admissionsFREEWEST_VALLEY – please include your name, confirmation number, birthdate and photo ID.
  2. Read and complete the Dual Enrollment Application Packet.
  3. Review the Dual Enrollment packet with your parent and have your parent sign to approve your enrollment.
  4. Meet with your high school counselor to have your course(s) approved.
    • Your counselor will review your application packet and attach an unofficial high school transcript.
  5. A WVC representative will collect the completed Dual Enrollment forms, enroll students, and send an enrollment confirmation.
  6. Incomplete Dual Enrollment Packets will not be accepted.
  • Review and become familiar with all WVC deadlines, as the classes are taught on the WVC Academic Calendar.
  • Grades earned in a Dual Enrollment course will become part of the student’s permanent college transcript.
  • If a student is sick, the student is responsible for alerting the faculty member. It is not the high school’s responsibility. Faculty will outline attendance policy during the first day of the class and, in the syllabus.
  • In order to drop a course, students should contact the DE Lead.

High School Students with Disabilities Enrolled in College Courses

High School students with disabilities who are enrolled in college courses register with the West Valley College Disability and Educational Support Program (DESP) to request reasonable accommodations for their college course by following the steps below.

A key difference between how accommodations are implemented in college courses versus high school courses is the degree of initiative required of the high school student enrolled in college courses. High school students follow the steps below to complete an Academic Accommodation Plan in an interactive discussion with a DESP counselor. Students then must request the accommodations that they wish to implement in their courses. This is done every semester in which students are enrolled in West Valley College courses. Instructors are then notified of their students’ approved accommodations. Certain accommodations such as alternative testing require that the student log on to DESP Online Services to schedule quizzes and tests.*

*If college courses are offered at locations other than the main campus, accommodations may be arranged directly with the instructor. DESP counselors will discuss options with students during their intake meeting.

  1. Complete online registration
  2. Upload documentation of disability, eg IEP, 504, physician’s verification
  3. Make appointment with a DESP counselor to complete program registration. 408-741-2010
  4. Request approved accommodations for your course
  5. If you and your instructor agree that you will take your exams in the DESP Test Center, schedule your test.

The DESP office is located in the Student Services building. Their phone number is (408) 741-2010 (voice) or (408) 741-2658 (TTY).

Spring 2022 Classes

Class Name Class Title Section Days Time
ARTS 55 Introduction to Computer Arts 34244 TTh 2:30 PM – 5:20 PM
ASLA 60A American Sign Language 1 (Del Mar and Leigh) 33065 TTh 3:15 PM – 5:45 PM
ASLA 60A American Sign Language 1 (Del Mar and Leigh) 33066 MW 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM
BUSN 28 Business Law 32738 MW 3:00 PM – 4:25 PM
CHST 63 Child, Family, and Community 33067 MW 3:20 PM – 4:45 PM
DIGM 21M Introduction to App Design 32462 MW 3:20 PM – 4:45 PM
HTCH 5 Basic Medical Terminology 34264 MW 3:20 PM – 4:45 PM
KINT 30 Introduction to Kinesiology 33511 TTh 3:00 PM – 4:25 PM
KINT 38A Sports Medicine 33508 TTh 3:20 PM – 4:45 PM
MATH 105 Pre-Statistics 33394 MW 3:20 PM – 5:50 PM
SOCI 2 Social Problems 32566 MW 3:00 PM – 4:25 PM

Course Descriptions

ARTS 55: Introduction to Computer Arts

3 units: lecture 2 units; lab 1 unit

Acceptable for credit: University of California, California State University


This course provides students with an opportunity to explore fundamental theories and methods of creating computer art and the impact of technology on 20th century art production. It introduces students to digital imaging, digital video/animation, and interactive authoring which utilizes hands-on contemporary art strategies.

ASLA 60A: American Sign Language 1

Lecture 5 units; lab 0 units

Acceptable for credit: University of California, California State University

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 28: Business Law

3 units: lecture 3 units; lab 0 units

Acceptable for credit: University of California, California State University

C-ID BUS 125

This course is an introduction to the law and its relevance to business in general. The course is about the meaning and sources of law in business, organization of courts and court procedures, and the fundamental principles of the law in various aspects of business, with a particular focus on contract law. A fundamental understanding of common law principles is achieved by analyzing selected cases, court decisions, and business transactions. Topics covered include sources of law and ethics, constitutional law, the court system, contracts, torts, agency, labor and employment, real property, product liability, criminal law, business organizations, and judicial and administrative processes. Pass/No Pass Option

CHST 63: Child, Family, and Community

3 units: lecture 3 units; lab 0 units

Acceptable for credit: California State University


This course examines the developing child in a societal context focusing on the interrelationship of family, school, and community and emphasizes historical and socio-cultural facts. The processes of socialization and identity development are highlighted, showing the importance of respectful reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Pass/No Pass Option

DIGM 21M: ntroduction to App Design

4 units: lecture 3 units; lab 1 unit

Acceptable for credit: California State University

This course focuses on the planning and the delivery of applications for mobile and tablet devices. Students have the opportunity to learn objectoriented programming and use applications to build products. Students have the opportunity to learn UX design processes and build prototype mobile products. Pass/No Pass Option

HTCH 5: Basic Medical Terminology

3 units: lecture 3 units; lab 0 unit

Acceptable for credit: California State University

This course provides a basic understanding of word parts, including root words, prefixes and suffixes, and how they are combined to form medical terms. Emphasis is on how medical terms relate to the major organ systems in the body, and related medical specialties and pathologies with intensive practice in vocabulary building, pronunciation and usage. Pass/No Pass Option

KINT 30: Introduction to Kinesiology

Lecture 3 units, lab 0 units

Acceptable for credit: University of California, California State University

This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary approach to the study of human movement. An overview of the importance of the sub-disciplines in kinesiology will be discussed along with career opportunities in the area of teaching, coaching, allied health, and fitness professions.

KINT 38A: Sports Medicine

3 units: lecture 3 units; lab 0 units

Acceptable for credit: University of California, California State University

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. Pass/No Pass Option

MATH 105: Pre-Statistics

Lecture 5 units; lab 0 units

Advisory: LRSV 945 or Math 903 or Math 903R

This course presents introductory statistical concepts with an emphasis on data analysis and modeling. Topics include mathematical modeling using real-world data and graphs, as well as algebraic concepts as needed. This class is NOT intended for math, science, computer science, engineering, business, nursing, pre-physical therapy, kinesiology, or elementary school education majors. It is intended for students who will take Math 10 or 10H, Elementary Statistics, and who do NOT need any other math course for their major.

SJST 1: Introduction to Social Justice Studies

3 units: lecture 3 units; lab 0 units

Acceptable for credit: University of California, California State University

C-ID SJS 110

This course is an inter-disciplinary study of race, class, gender, and ethnicity in the United States with special focus on four historically defined racialized core groups: Native Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinx/Latina/Latino Americans. In this course, students have the opportunity to examine social justice movements, particularly in relation to ethnic and racial groups in the United States to provide a basis for a better understanding of the socio-economic, cultural, and political conditions among key social groups. Additional course themes include labor movement, environmental justice, colonialism/imperialism, social activism, and feminist ideology.

SOCI 2: Social Problems

3 units: lecture 3 units; lab 0 units

Acceptable for credit: University of California, California State University


This social problems course identifies and analyzes contemporary social problems, with emphases on the U.S., cross-cultural comparisons, and globally. The course focuses on the role of power and ideology in the definition of social problems, identifying the causes of various social problems and consequences, and evaluating proposed solutions. The course provides a comprehensive overview in current events, policy debates, and emerging social trends. Pass/No Pass Option

Last Updated 10/22/21