IOWA CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE (ICCC) COLLEGE COURSE
The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Act allows students to enroll part time at an eligible community college, State University, or private college or university. The purpose of this Act by Iowa Legislature is to promote rigorous educational pursuits and provide a wide variety of options for students.
‘Early Bird’ classes are college courses offered at FDSH. Students receive one high school credit and assigned college semester hours of credit upon successful completion. The Fort Dodge Community School District provides the instructor. To enroll in ‘Early Bird’ courses, indicate which course(s) you wish to take on your registration card, and see your school counselor to discuss what prerequisites must be completed at Fort Dodge Senior High before enrolling and how they work into your high school requirements and future plans. Complete and return the appropriate forms to your counselor. A student will earn one high school credit per semester and college credit according to semester hours.
Post-Secondary Enrollment Options are college courses students attend at Iowa Central Community College or FlexNet (online college courses). To enroll in these courses, see your school counselor in the fall for 1st semester enrollment and in December for 2nd semester enrollment. Discuss which post-secondary course(s) you intend to take, what prerequisites must be completed at Fort Dodge Senior High before enrolling, and how they fit into your high school requirements and future plans. Complete and return all appropriate forms to your school counselor. The district will fund the cost of tuition, textbooks, and materials up to $250.00. The student/parent(s) is responsible for providing transportation to and from the college. If a student drops or fails a course, the student/parent(s) will be liable for payment for the cost of tuition, textbook, and materials to the school district. The student will earn high school credit based on a weighted scale and college credit according to semester hours.
Students are eligible to earn a maximum of 23 credits hours per year.
Upon graduation, students who have taken ‘Early Bird’ or Post-secondary college courses, and plan to attend another college/university need to check with that institution to determine how college credit will apply. Students will need to have Iowa Central Community College send a transcript to the college/university of your choice.
ICCC ACC-111 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
ICCC ACC-311 COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
ICCC AUT-108 INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY
ICCC AUT-163/AUT-503/AUT-610 INTRO TO ENGINE REPAIR/
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS/AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
ICCC BIO-168 INTEGRATED HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 1 w/LAB
ICCC BIO-173 INTEGRATED HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 2 w/LAB
ICCC BPT-162/BPT-163 INTRODUCTION TO BIOTECHNOLOGY w/LAB
ICCC CAD-101 INTRO TO CAD – ADVANCED MECHANICAL CAD
ICCC CAD-194 ARCHITECTUAL MODELING
ICCC CRR-303 INTRODUCTION TO AUTOBODY REPAIR
ICCC CRJ-100 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
ICCC ENG-105 COMPOSITION I
ICCC ENG-106 COMPOSITION II
ICCC HCM-143 & 144 FOOD PREPARATION 1 W/ LAB
ICCC HCM-608 INTRO TO HOSPITALITY
ICCC HIS-112 WESTERN CIVILIZATION: ANCIENT TO EARLY MODERN HIS
ICCC HIS-113 WESTERN CIVILIZATION: EARLY MODERN TO PRESENT
ICCC HSC-113 NURSE AIDE
ICCC HSC-104 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CARE
ICCC HSC-113 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
ICCC MAT-156 STATISTICS I
ICCC MAT-210 CALCULUS I
ICCC MAT-216 CALCULUS II
ICCC PEC-121 BODY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
ICCC PEC-127 CARE AND PREVENTION OF ATHLETIC INJURIES
ICCC PEC-111 TECH AND THEORY OF COACHING
ICCC PEC-105 BASIC ATHLETIC TRAINING
ICCC PSY-111 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
ICCC SPC-112 PUBLIC SPEAKING
ICCC WEL-122 BEGINNING WELDING