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Program of Studies
for the 2017 - 2018 School Year

The University of Connecticut - Early College Experience Program (ECE)


The Early College Experience program (ECE) is offered by the University of Connecticut. This program, which is offered in high schools around the state, allows students to receive both high school credit and college credit from the University of Connecticut.

  • Students may take the Early College Experience program courses if they meet all the prerequisites of the department and the university.
  • Student must register in advance. Registration is facilitated through the classroom and School Counseling Office
  • Courses are taught by staff members who are also adjunct professors for UConn.
  • Students must maintain a grade of C or better to be awarded the university’s credits.
  • Upon successful completion of a UConn/ECE course, students may request a transcript from the University of Connecticut.
  • UCONN credits are accepted at many colleges and universities across the country.
  • Students must register in the UConn ECE program prior to the start of the course and are financially responsible for all fees associated with the course.  A $25.00 per credit fee* is charged for changes made during the add/drop period in September.

All fees for courses dropped after the UCONN add/drop period deadline are non-refundable.

  

The following chart indicates each of the courses* that qualify for the UConn ECE program: 

*ECE course offerings and fees are subject to change.

  

Course

Semester

UConn Course

Credit

AP Biology

Fall

BIO 1107 – Principles of Biology I

4

Spring

BIO 1108 – Principles of Biology II

4

AP Calculus BC

Fall

MATH 1131Q – Calculus I

4

Spring

MATH 1132Q – Calculus I

4

AP Chinese Language & Culture

Full Year

CHIN 1114 - Chinese Language & Culture

3

AP Economics (Hall only)

Fall

ECON 1202 - Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Spring

ECON 1201 - Principles of Microeconomics

3

AP English Language & Composition (grade 11, Hall only)**

Full Year

ENGL 1010 - Seminar in Academic Writing

4

AP English Literature & Composition (grade 12)**

Full Year

ENGL 1011 – Seminar in Writing Through Literature

4

AP Environmental Science

Full Year

NRE 1000 – Environmental Science

3

AP Physics 1

Fall

PHYS 1201Q – General Physics

4

AP Physics 1, 2 (Conard only)

Fall

PHYS 1201Q – General Physics

4

Spring

PHYS 1202Q – General Physics II

4

AP Spanish Language & Culture

Fall

SPAN 3178 - Intermediate Spanish Composition

3

Spring

SPAN 3179 - Spanish Conversation: Cultural Topics

3

AP Statistics

Full Year

STAT 1100Q – Elementary Concepts of Statistics

4

AP US History (Hall only)

Fall

HIST 1501 - US History to 1877

3

Spring

HIST 1502 - US History since 1877

3

Advanced Literature (Conard only)

Full Year

ENGL 1011 - Seminar in Writing Through Literature

4

Advanced Literature: 21st Century Studies: Media and the Critical Eye (Hall only)

Full Year

ENGL 1010 – Seminar in Academic Literature

4

Discrete Math

Fall or Spring

MATH 1030Q – Elementary Discrete Math

3

Human Rights

Fall or Spring

HRTS 1007 - Introduction to Human Rights

3

Individual & Family Development

Full Year

HDFS 1070 – Individual & Family Development

3

Women's Literature (Conard only)

Full Year

ENGL 1010 - Seminar in Academic Writing

4

 

**Students cannot receive ECE credit for more than one English course during their high school career.

 

For additional information, contact the School Counseling Office or visit www.ece.uconn.edu.

 

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50 South Main St, West Hartford, CT  06107

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