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College Dual Enrollment 

Dual Enrollment 

Dual enrollment is for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to take a college level course at HEED and earn both high school and college credits.  Students must have a current high school gpa with an overall  B average.  No additional testing is required.  All classes will be held on HEED's NE Boca Raton campus on Mondays or Tuesdays.  All classes are available to students in 11th  and 12th grade. Some classes are also offered to students in 10th grade.


HEED now works with both Palm Beach Atlantic University and Southeastern University to offer courses for our students.  Both universities are part of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)  making their credits transferable to all colleges.  All Professors are selected by HEED and are faculty members of PBA and SEU . Through Palm Beach Atlantic University, HEED students may now take 29 credits (an increase from 24). 

  • Yearly Registration Fee is $100.00 per student 

  • Dual Enrollment classes are $185 per credit (With an additional $50 University fee)

  • Each student is charged a $32 security fee per class for the cost of armed security on campus in the daytime. ​

  • Students must register for a study hall  ($250) if they are remaining on campus between classes.  Students may not have more than 1 study hall in a row. 

  • Tuition is due in full by August 1. 

  • All tuition and fees are nonrefundable and nontransferable.​

  • HEED is an approved provider for the UA and PEP Step Up Scholarships. 

 Dual Enrollment Classes:                     HS Credit       College Credit

ENG 1113 English Composition                                  1                    3  PBA

ENG 1123 English Composition II                              1                    3  PBA

BIOT 1433 Old Testament Interpretation             1/2                .3  SEU

BINT 1533 New Testament  Interpretation           1/2                3  SEU

PSY 2133 General Psychology*                                1/2                3  PBA

PSY 2183 Life Span Development*                         1/2                 3  PBA

CSC 2133 Intro to Business Information Syst.     1/2                 3  PBA

MUS 2162 Music Appreciation                                 1/2                 3  PBA

MAT 1853 College Algebra                                        1                    3  PBA

MAT 2003  Elementary Statistics                            1                    3  PBA

PLS 2113 American Federal Government*           1/2                 3  PBA

BUS 2353 Principles of Microeconomics*           1/2                 3  PBA

*Some classes are offered every other year 

More DE Classes coming in 2025-2026  (college Science 4cr, Western Civilization 1 & 2  6 cr ...)

NEW !!! Old and New Testament Experience (Bible Survey)  (9-12 grade) and/or  BIOT 1433, BINT 1533 college credit (10-12 grade) 

Mr. Chris Barber

Materials fee: $15.00 ($100 SEU Transcript Fee waived for 2024-2025)

This course is available as high school credit or as college credit from Southeastern University. Students in grades 10-12 will earn 6 college credits for the year.  Students wishing to switch from Hgh school bible to earning the credits may add this class to their schedule and the high school class will be dropped and tuition from that credited back to your account. 

Fall- BIOT 1433 - OLD TESTAMENT INTERPRETATION: The course serves as an introduction to Old Testament interpretation. It provides an elemental framework for interpreting the Old Testament by exploring its ancient Near Eastern contexts; discussing literary, thematic, and theological constructs; and demonstrating how it informs Christian thought and practice.

​Course Description: 

Mr. Barber’s popular Old Testament Experience class has been expanded to add the New Testament. For many Christians, the Old Testament seems like a somewhat random compilation of history, poems, prophecies and strange stories of miraculous events. But how does it all fit together, and particularly how does it relate to the New Testament? In Luke 24:27, Jesus answered this question. He said the entire Old Testament Scripture speaks of Him. In the fall semester, Old Testament portion of this class, we will begin to learn what Jesus meant when he made this remarkable statement. The fall semester combines a traditional survey of the Old Testament books with an in-depth look at the beauty and majesty of the Scripture. Students will learn that the handiwork of God is even reflected in the literary structure and language of these books. The Old Testament speaks of Jesus our Redeemer in incredible ways most of us have never seen. As we uncover these great truths, one thing is certain: the student will never look at the Old Testament in the same way as the story of our Savior unfolds in these ancient pages.

In the New Testament section (spring semester), students will become familiar with these 27 books, their main themes and authors. More importantly, the class will focus on what it means to be a Christian and providing students with a framework to defend the truth of Scripture and their faith in the world that awaits them. Emphasis will be placed on the “big picture” of God’s Word so that students understand the heart of God for his people, as displayed from Genesis through Revelation.

Required Curriculum: 

Holy Bible (preferred translations: ESV, NKJV, NAS, NIV). The Story of Joseph and Judah by Warren A. Gage and Christopher Barber, which Mr. Barber will provide to the students (the cost is included in the materials fee).​ Unbreakable, by Andrew Wilson

ENG 1113 English Composition I  Fall

Professor Amy Frank 

Pre Req- HEED English 11 Honors

Course Description:

(3 credit hours) Introduction to academic expository prose with emphasis placed upon the writing process: defining and developing topics, organizing information and writing drafts, and revising and editing to practice the fundamentals of expository structure and style.  Practice in the application of rhetorical patterns as well as review of grammar. Also includes practice in the fundamental techniques of writing and revision. Grades given are A, B, C, or Y  (conditional incomplete—to be satisfied by repeating the course).

 

Curriculum Required:

The Little Seagull Handbook with Exercises: 2021 MLA Update (4th Edition) ISBN 0393888967 and Patterns for College Writing: A Rhetorical Reader and Guide (15th Edition) ISBN 1319243797.

 

ENG 1123 English Composition II  Spring

Professor Amy Frank 

Pre Req- ENG 1113 or graduating Senior with placement test 

Course Description:

(3 credit hours) Intermediate expository and argumentative prose with emphasis placed on refining analytical reading skills, developing an informed approach to the research paper, and applying the rules and conventions of English prose. Note: Composition I and Composition II must be completed sequentially within the same academic year. In order to fulfill the requirement of the courses in the university core, students must earn at least a “C” in each course.

 

Curriculum Required:  The Little Seagull Handbook with Exercises: 2021 MLA Update (4th Edition) ISBN 0393888967 (SAME AS ENG 1113) and Literature and the Writing Process (11th edition with the 2016 MLA Update) edited by McMahan, et al. (ISBN: 9780134678757)​

College Psychology

(Fall and Spring together 1 high school credit/6 college credits) 

 

PSY 2133 General Psychology  

​Professor Jason Beaupied

Course Description: (3 credit hours) This course surveys the major sub-disciplines of psychology as a science and as a helping profession, including physiology of behavior, learning, motivation, and abnormal and social psychology. Provides a reasonable understanding of the field; enables the student to follow up in areas of interests. Includes Christian perspective of psychology. (This course is a prerequisite for all other psychology courses.)

Curriculum Required:

Exploring Psychology with Updates on Dsm-5, 

ISBN-13: 978-1464163364

ISBN-10: 1464163367

Credits Earned: 1/2 credit of High School Psychology & 3 College Credits​

PSY 2183 Life Span Development 

Professor Jason Beaupied 

Course Description: (3 credit hours) This course focuses on human growth and development throughout the life cycle. Examines normal developmental stages with emphasis on the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional 

CSC 2133 Introduction To (Business) Information Systems (Fall)

Dr Tom Bradicich

Course Description: (3 college credit hours)  Introduction to what computers are, how they are used, and how they are useful to individuals and firms. Students gain hands-on experience with practical exercise employing a word processor, spreadsheet, graphics, network applications, Internet access, and a database. A research paper is required.

Required Curriculum: TBA

MUS 2162 Music Appreciation (Spring)

Professor Stephanie Buquo

Course Description: (3 college credit hours) Survey of the development of music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance to the present.  Provides opportunity for listening to recordings illustrative of various periods, as well as vides of concerts and operas.  Students may be attending live concerts as part of their class hours. 

Required Curriculum: TBA

PLS 2113 American Federal Government (Fall) Offered in 2025-2026

Professor Tim Day 

Course Description:

Fall (3 college credit hours) Description of how Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court make decisions and the roles they play in the American system of government. Emphasis on public opinion, pressure groups, and political parties, and the process by which leaders are chosen.  This class will look at the civil authorities from a biblical perspective and examine the biblical principles that were foundational in forming the American Republic. Students will see how these principles were woven throughout our foundational documents, beginning with the Declaration of Independence. Students will gain a solid working knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and how it pertains to us today.

Required Curriculum:

American Government in Christian Perspective, Third Edition (Abeka) (Not Second Edition), and

Losco and Baker,  Am Gov 2015-2016 (McGraw Hill). (This is an older edition and is less expensive to purchase)

BUS 2353 Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) Offered in 2025-2026

Professor Walt Jominy 

Course Description: Spring (3 college credit hours)  This class will be taught with a live lecture on campus one week followed by an online review session and and online quiz. Then the following week will be back to a live lecture class. Nature of economic concepts and problems. Course includes the basic theory of market price determination, extending into national economic measures, the business cycle, and the theory of the determination of national output, employment, and prices. Contemporary macroeconomic issues are discussed. This class will be taught from a conservative perspective and will include Biblical references. Students will come away from this class with a sound understanding of the basic principles of economics and a greater appreciation for America’s free enterprise system.

Required Curriculum:: Microeconomics McConnell, Brue,  Flynn​ 

MAT 1853 College Algebra  (Fall)  Not Offered in 2024-2025 

Course Description:

(3 college credit hours) is College algebra the math course required for most college majors today, and is s a pre-requisite to Pre-Calculus or Trig.. Topics include: Linear functions, quadratic functions, rational functions, composition of functions, inverse functions, exponential and logarithmic functions.  HYBRID MATH- Students will watch video lessons of each math section during the week on their own.  They will meet with Professor Pelletier on Mondays at 3:30 to go over math problems.  Students will be given work over the summer to be familiar with how to work a graphing calculator prior to beginning college Algebra. 

Curriculum Required:

Textbook: Barnett, R (2009).College Algebra: Graphs & Models. (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.  ISBN: 978-0-07-305195-6. A graphing calculator is required. (Instruction on use of calculator will be demonstrated on the TI-84 Plus graphics calculator.)

MAT 2003  Elementary Statistics  (Spring) Not Offered in 2024-2025 

Course Description:

(3 college credit hours) Along with college algebra statistics is the second college math course for most majors, and in some degrees the last one.  Many of our students complete their college math courses prior to entering college. Topics covered include: Organization and description of data, central measures, variability, probability, sampling, hypothesis testing, estimation, correlation.

Prerequisites:

MAT 1853 College Algebra

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