Prior to submitting their syllabi, we’ve asked high school instructors to verify that their Dual Credit syllabi has met the PCC requirements detailed under Course Approval.
The PCC Dual Credit program requests an updated copy of PCC on-campus and high school Dual Credit syllabi in addition to a Schedule of Learning Activities by October 1, of each year.
How to Submit Your PCC Department’s On-Campus Syllabi
How to Access the PCC Dual Credit Wiki Space
The intended goal of the PCC Dual Credit Wiki Space is to provide online access for high school and their PCC partners to share syllabi, teaching resources, rubrics, and best practices of the articulated courses. This is also a way to help PCC departments review syllabi annually, as well as a way for PCC programs to share their syllabi and course information with the high school instructors. Go to the PCC Dual Credit Wiki Space and click on your subject area to view the following information:
- High School and PCC faculty contact information and teacher webpages
- PCC Department webpages
- What to Include in Your PCC Syllabus
- Posted HS and PCC Syllabi and Schedule of Learning Activities
- Example of Student Projects
- Course Assessment Information
- Upcoming Professional Development
- Additional Resources (Articles, Websites and other Media)
Should you experience any technical difficulties, find an error, omission or outdated information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and it will be corrected as soon as possible.
Review of PCC Dual Credit Syllabi
The Faculty Liaison reviews the Dual Credit syllabus and notifies the high school instructor and the PCC Dual Credit office of the approval. If not approved, the liaison works with the high school instructor to make the necessary changes to meet approval guidelines.
When changes are made to the curriculum or to the syllabus by the PCC department, the liaison will forward these changes to the Dual Credit instructor.
High school instructors are required to hand out a college-approved course syllabus at the beginning of each term, semester or year (depending on the duration of the course) that is alignment with the equivalent college course syllabus.