Seniors in Entrepreneurial Studies can earn up to 15 hours of college credit through Metropolitan Community College (MCC).
- BSAD 150: Business Essentials - 3 credit hours
- BSAD 219: Entrepreneurship & Small Business - 3 credit hours
- BSAD 221: Business Communications - 3 credit hours
- BSAD 127: Management Internship I - 3 credit hours
- CSIS 115: Introduction to Micro Application - 3 credit hours
- CSIS 129: E-Commerce - 3 credit hours
MCC's cost per credit hour for in-district students is $47.50 and $87.50 per credit hour for out-of-district students. Students attending Grain Valley High School and Oak Grove High School are out-of-district.
Dual credit is offered at one-half the price that students usually pay at MCC.
You are not required to pursue dual credit to take the Entrepreneurial Studies class.
Articulation vs. Dual Credit
If your student is going to start at MCC right out of high school, do not pay for dual credit. Your student can get the same credit for free under an articulation agreement.
If your student is going to start at a four-year college or a community college besides MCC, check with your student's intended college to see if they will accept the credit before you pay. Many Missouri schools accept MCC credit, but some will not.
For articulated credit, the student must complete the full course (most are two years) with a B- average or higher. If the student only finishes one year of a two-year course, they will not earn the credit. If the student's grade average over four semesters is a C+ or below, they will not earn the articulated credit.