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Consider getting a jump start on your college courses by knocking out a general education credit or perhaps exploring a course in your desired field. You’ll save 50 percent on tuition and get your feet wet on what college courses are like. Remember though, that your grade is part of your college transcript, so choose wisely and apply yourself!

Juniors: Start Now to Earn a College Certificate at Your School

Starting in the fall of your junior year, successfully complete six college courses for dual credit at North County High School, pass the Accuplacer test, and earn a Certificate in Transportation, Logistics and Cargo Security from AACC! Talk with your school counselor or onsite transition advisor about whether this dual credit offering is a good fit for you.

Here are the on-site dual credit college courses you will need to complete.

Junior Year Fall Term
BPA-235 Introduction to Transportation and Logistics.

Junior Year Spring Term
BPA-237 Supply Chain Management.
BPA-275  Internship in Business 1.

Senior Year Fall Term
BPA-236 Introduction to Airport and Seaport Operations.
HLS-213 Transportation and Border Security.

Senior Year Spring Term
BPA-238 Domestic and International Freight Operations.

Earn AACC College Credits

Did you know you have the opportunity to earn 3 AACC college credits?

"Introduction to Psychology" (PSY-111) will be offered at North County High School in the fall and spring terms! For details, ask your high school counselor or send Robert Latham an email at rjlatham@aacc.edu.

  • PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology.

Earn College Credit at CAT-North

Students attending the Center for Applied Technology-North (CAT-North) can earn college credits by enrolling in selected Career Technology Education (CTE) programs. Just maintain a C or better grade in your CTE program, then earn a C or better on the AACC proficiency assessment(s), administered by an AACC professor right there at CAT-North.

AACC On-Site Advisor

As a North County student, you not only have access to your high school counselors and receive regular college visits from an AACC admissions advisor, but you can discuss your career and education goals with AACC Transition Advisor, Robert Latham, whether or not you plan to attend AACC. Contact Robert Latham at rjlatham@aacc.edu

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Admissions & Enrollment Development
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