DCCAP (II) American Collegiate University Prep Program

DCCAP (II) American Collegiate University Prep Program

ADVANCED DCCAP (II)

Direct Certification of College Admissions Portfolio Program

University Dual Enrollment Program for Advanced High School Students delivered by UMG, University of Massachusetts Global, and Partner Universities. Completion of all 5 college credit courses and the DCCAP (1) program may result in awarding of an American High School Honors Diploma.

Award of the American High School Diploma from US Heritage Academy, a Florida, USA private school, requires completion of specific credits, in addition to, or in lieu of, approved specific local school requirements.

In addition, several of our partners including Auburn University, Adelphi University, University of Nevada – Reno, Gonzaga University, and the University of Wyoming have articulated these credit bearing courses, so that courses apply to graduation and students may continue on with their degree programs directly from the successful completion of this program.

College Course Subject US High School Credit Earned US College Credit Earned
ECNU 202 Principles of Microeconomics (ECNU 202): This course covers the theory and application of microeconomics. Topics include competition and monopoly, pricing, consumer demand, and producer supply. Labor markets, global economies, and regulations and antitrust policies are described. 3 credits. Offered in a 12-week format. 0.5 Credits High School Social Studies 3.0 Credits
ENGU 103 Writing and Rhetoric (ENGU 103): The course provides instruction that focuses on the writing process, rhetorical appeals, evaluating and explaining ideas, critical reading, conducting library and Internet research, developing a research essay, and documenting research. 3 credits. Offered in a 12-week format. 1.0 Credits
High School English
3.0 Credits
HISU 103 United States History Survey II (HISU 103): Students study the basic issues of American life, culture, society, and economics from 1865 to the present, which considering the following questions: Who is the American? How have we evolved? And how do we balance the fundamental diversity that is quintessentially American with the need for a common core of beliefs and institutions? 3 credits. Offered in a 12-week format. 1.0 Credits High School Social Studies 3.0 Credits
PSYU 101 Introduction to Psychology (PSYU 101): Introduction to the processes, principles, and problems and applications of psychology. Topics include the brain and nervous system, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, personality, social psychology and psychopathology. 3 credits. Offered in a 12-week format. 0.5 Credits High School Social Studies 3.0 Credits
ESCU 101 Introduction to Environmental Science (ESCU 101): An introduction to the causes of environmental problems as well as strategies for potential solutions from both a natural science and a social science perspective. Scientific understanding of the environment is emphasized. The course gives an overview of major environmental problems and scientific principles, with a focus on managing environmental problems and important natural resources. 1.0 Credits High School Science 3.0 Credits
SOCU 101 Introduction to Sociology (SOCU 101): Students examine the basic concepts, principles, and findings of sociology: addressing the nature of human social relations from simple, face-to-face relationships, through formal organizations, to whole societies. Students also analyze how social patterns are created, how they become organized and established, and how they change. 3 credits. Offered in a 12-week format. 0.5 Credits High School Social Studies 3.0 Credits
Additional College Courses Available for Eligible Students (Additional College Tuition Fees Apply)

High School- College Dual Enrollment for College Credit Program

The Dual Enrollment program offers an opportunity for international students to complete multiple university courses to earn college credits. Students will earn their U.S. high school diploma and have secured admissions to a top 5% U.S. university.

This program is designed for very high performing high school students who are considering attending college in the US. The high school diploma and the college credits will assist with demonstration of required skills (and the enrollment in college helps with securing a US Visa)

Benefits of Enrolling

  • Course content is credit-bearing, and courses are all online asynchronous, self-paced, or recorded so they may be used in international schools live, in classrooms, or hybrid/ online
  • Courses have been selected to meet dual credit requirements, towards their university degree and their American high school diploma
  • Students earn college credits at a lower tuition rate than as an undergraduate, saving college tuition – A selection of high-quality university and college programs are offered by the top dual enrollment colleges in the U.S.
  • Successful completers may be eligible for direct admissions to a top 5% U.S. university.
  • For students interested in attending a US, UK, or other International University after high school, they will be provided admissions support and guidance, a secure portfolio of documents required for admissions verification, or will be able to transfer to a GLOBALED university partner with a secured earned admission.

2024 -2025 DCCAP Schedule

DCCAP 1
University Prep
8-Week Terms 12-Week Terms
Summer 24 June 10-Aug 9
Fall 24 Session I Aug 19-Oct 11
Fall 24 Session II Oct 14-Dec 13
Fall 24 Full Session Aug 19-Nov 11
Spring 25 Session I Jan 13-Mar 7
Spring 25 Session II Mar 17-May 16
Spring 25 Full Session Jan 13-Apr 7
Summer 25 Session I Jun 9-Aug 8
Summer 25 Full Session* Apr 14-Jul 7
** COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS FOR CREDIT SCHEDULED IN THE FINAL WEEK OF EACH COURSE

EQUIVALENCY FRAMEWORK:

  • Scored – A, B, C, D, F (A= 4.0 GPA, B=3.0 GPA, C=2.0 GPA, D=1.0 GPA, F=0.0 GPA)
  • A, B, C & D GRADES = Earned 3 COLLEGE CREDITS
  • F = NO CREDIT EARNED

COURSE EXAMINATIONS/SUBJECT AREA EXAMS:

  • COLLEGE SCIENCES
  • COLLEGE ENGLISH
  • COLLEGE WORLD LANGUAGES & CULTURES
  • COLLEGE HISTORY & SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • MATHEMATICS
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCED COLLEGE PREPARATORY ENGLISH LANGUAGE & COMPOSITION (AP/A LEVEL EQUIVALENT)
  • HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCED COLLEGE PREPARATORY MATH(AP/A LEVEL EQUIVALENT)

CTE (CAREER & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION – INDUSTRY EXAMS)

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