Meeting with SUU Advisor 1

How to Set Up Your Meeting with Katie Evans:   Make sure you are logged into your school Gmail account or a private Gmail account. Go to https://bit.ly/suuceadvising  Pick a “Concurrent Enrollment” appointment slot. Appointments will be available only on Wednesday mornings between 10:15 am, and 11:45 am. Next, you will see a new window…

Meet With an SUU Advisor

Southern Utah University offers, along with the concurrent enrollment program, advising services for concurrent enrollment SENIORS ONLY. Sometimes, concurrent enrollment seniors need help deciding how to proceed with their SUU classes once they graduate. If you are a concurrent enrollment senior, you could talk to an SUU advisor. SUU advisors can help students who need…

Special Courses

Special Courses Biology Fundamental (S)  (SE, SC)  (Currently Not Available) This course of study supports students with an IEP to develop competence in biology.  This course includes the topics of ecosystems, cells, heredity, diversity, organ systems, and evolution. Course Details  1.0 Credit Grade: As needed     Prerequisite: IEP Subject Area: SE, SC Daily Living Skills  (SE)…

Social Studies

Social Studies AP Human Geography (SS)  This course is a full year global study of patterns and processes that have shaped humans’ understanding, use and alterations of the Earth’s surface. During this course we will focus on topics such as population, migration, culture, language, religion, ethnicity, political geography, economic development, industry, agriculture, and urban development….

Science

Science Courses Agricultural Science I (SC) Students will develop knowledge and skills that will provide a foundation for courses in animal science, plant science, horticulture, natural resource, agricultural systems and technology, or Agricultural Science 2. Topics covered will be basic animal, plant, and soil science; natural resources; food science technology; agribusiness; personal and leadership development;…

School Release

School Release Release – College (SR)    Students who meet the college entrance requirements and are accepted by SUU for concurrent enrollment may be released during school hours.   They may receive both high school and college credit for concurrent enrollment classes.  Administrative and guidance counselor approval is required. 0.0 Credit Grade: 11-12       Prerequisite: None Subject Area:…

PE & Healthy Lifestyles

PE & Healthy Lifestyles Adaptive PE (SE) Adapted Physical Education is offered to students who have an IEP. This course instructs students in knowledge and development of individually appropriate skills related to physical activity, sports, fitness, stress reduction, and wellness.  Course Details   Credits: 1 Grade: 9 to 12   Fee: $0.00 Prerequisite: IEP Subject Area: SE…

Mathematics

Mathematics Courses **NOTE** The graduation rule R277-700 states the graduation requirement as: (2) Mathematics (3.0 units of credit) met minimally through successful completion of a combination of the foundation or foundation honors courses, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Secondary Mathematics I, Secondary Mathematics II, Secondary Mathematics III as determined in the student’s SEOP. After the…

Language Arts

Language Arts AP English Language & Composition (LA) This is a college-level program that introduces students to a wide range of expository prose in order to broaden their scope of ideas and deepen their awareness of the power of language. The course is designed to meet the rigorous requirements of a college-level writing class and…

Foreign Languages

Foreign Languages Chinese – First Year (FL)  This is an elementary course offering the beginning student a background in listening, speaking, writing and reading in Chinese. Oral communication ability in Chinese will be stressed. A cultural study of Chineses will be stressed. In terms of the writing ability, students are required to master over 100…

Fine Arts

Fine Arts 3D Design/Fine Crafts I (FA) 3D Design Explorations is an intermediate level high school art class that focuses on “DESIGN” organization using Elements and Principles of Composition.   Course Details  This class is graded according to both productivity and creativity.   The class is given a sculpture emphasis, and all works performed in this…

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy Accounting I & II (CTE, CC, MA) Students will develop skills beginning with an understanding of basic elements and concepts of double entry accounting systems. Skills will include knowledge and interpretation of the accounting cycle, journalizing, ledgers, end-of-period worksheets, closing and adjusting entries, banking and payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, depreciation, and interpreting financial…

Information Technology

Information Technology 3D Graphics  (CTE/AT, CTE/IT) This course will introduce students to 2D and 3D modeling, the creation and application of textures, mapping, lighting, camera techniques, and rendering of 3D models. Course Details   Credits: 0.5 Grades: 10-12 Prerequisite: Secondary Math I Subject Area: CTE/AT/IT 3D Animation (CTE/AT, CTE/IT) (Currently Not Available) This course will consist…

English Language Learning

English Language Learning ESL Study Hall (EL) When determined necessary through a student’s ESL program.  Study hall provides an opportunity for students to complete homework at school.  Students are expected to bring homework from classes with them and to be prepared to work.  If a student does not have homework, ESL assignments will be provided…

Electives

Electives Debate (Currently Not Available) Debate is a co-curricular, competitive performance class. Debate teaches students how to participate in the rational exchange of ideas and arguments as they relate to significant social issues and current events. Curriculum will sharpen speaking and researching skills.  Course Details  Credit: 0.50 Grade: 9-12     Prerequisite: None Fee: $40 participation fee …

Career and Technical Education/ Applied Technology

Career and Technical Education 3D Graphics  (CTE/IT) This course will introduce students to 2D and 3D modeling, the creation and application of textures, mapping, lighting, camera techniques, and rendering of 3D models. Course Details  Credit: 0.5 Grades: 10-12 Prerequisite: Secondary Math I Subject Area: CTE/AT/IT 3D Animation (CTE/IT) (Currently Not Available) This course will consist…