What CE classes can you take?

There is a lot to consider when choosing Concurrent Enrollment classes.

Every college certificate or degree requires general education classes around 30 credits total including classes in writing, math, art, humanities, social science, and physical and life science. CE offers many general education classes because they are required for college graduation and easily transfer from one college to another.

CE also offers introductory classes in career and technical education (CTE) fields from Aviation to Business to Construction.

Use the resources below to explore CE class options.  Meet with your high school counselor to finalize your choices.

Use the CE General Education Pathway to select classes that easily transfer to all of Utah’s public colleges.Already know which college you will attend? Select classes that fulfill that college’s general education requirements.

Use the CE Exploratory Major Pathways to select classes based on your career interest.
Explore the Majors Guide to learn which certificate and degree programs Utah’s public colleges offer.The CE Master List contains all CE classes available in Utah.

(CE Master List forthcoming spring 2017.)

Taking classes from one college but planning to attend a different college? Learn how credit transfers and get contact info for campus transfer credit advisors through TransferUtah.org.

Questions? Meet with your high school counselor or contact a college CE advisor.

Why CE?

Why should you take CE classes in high school?

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How do you start?

Meet with your high school counselor.

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