Dual Enrollment Program
The Dual Enrollment Program offers students in high schools the chance to study college level courses and receive college credit for their efforts. Students benefit by the opportunity to address the challenges of college level curricula with their high school teachers in a familiar environment at fees substantially lower than on-campus courses.
Interested students should contact their high school guidance counselor about taking our courses.
High School teachers interested in finding out how to offer a URI class at their school can contact Christine P. Dolan, firstname.lastname@example.org, 401-277-5388.
Current URI courses available in the Dual Enrollment Program
AVS 101 Introduction to Animal
Animal industry's role in world and national economy; inheritance, growth, physiology, nutrition, and diseases of domestic animals and poultry; geographic distribution and marketing of animal products.
BCH 190: Issues in Biotechnology
Introduction to modern biotechnology in medical, pharmaceutical, forensic, agricultural, marine, and environmental applications. Consideration of ethical, environmental, health, and social issues.
BUS 140: Introduction to Business
Applications, concepts, and skills relevant to information technology in the context of the modern business environment. Topics include word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and internet software.
BUS 110: Business Computing Applications
Nature, philosophy, objectives, and scope of the American business system. Emphasis on the interrelations of the functional areas.
BUS 201: Financial Accounting (3)
Basic concepts and systems used in financial accounting for business organizations.
CHN 101 Beginning Chinese I (3)
Fundamentals of grammar and pronunciation, exercises in reading, writing, and conversation. Pre: no prior Chinese is required.
102 Beginning Chinese II (3)
Continuation of 101. Students enrolling in this course should have taken 101 or equivalent.
WRT 104 Writing to Inform and Explain (3)
Writing emphasizing the sharing of information. Varieties and strategies of expository writing for differing audiences and situations. Genres may include reports, proposals, letters, reviews, Web sites, academic essays.
- High schools enter into a partnership with the University of Rhode Island
- Students register for courses through the Office of Special Programs, URI Feinstein Providence Campus. A URI representative can visit the schools to officially register students.
- Students pay a significantly reduced fee for the course (currently $195). Payment is due at the time of registration.
- Upon course completion, a grade is recorded on your high school transcript and on an official URI transcript.
- Credits will carry over when you enroll at URI, or they may transfer to one of the many colleges or universities that accept URI credits.
Current participating schools:
- Barrington HS
- Bishop Hendricken HS
- Burrillville HS
- Central HS
- Classical HS
- Coventry HS
- Cranston East HS
- Cranston West HS
- Cumberland HS
- E-Cubed Academy HS
- East Greenwich HS
- East Providence HS
- Exeter-West Greenwich HS
- Johnston HS
- Middletown HS
- Mt. Hope HS
- Narragansett HS
- North Providence HS
- Pilgrim HS
- Portsmouth HS
- Shea HS
- Smithfield HS
- South Kingstown HS
- Textron Chamber HS
- Tiverton HS
- Tolman HS
- Warwick Vets HS
- Westerly HS