SLU 1818 Classes

These courses are dual credit college courses. Chaminade students may choose to take the course for college credit or simply for credit toward high school graduation. Regardless of the choice the student makes, the course rigor and student expectations are designed as a college course, and compare to the rigor and expectations placed on students enrolled in the same course on the Saint Louis University campus. These courses are taught in affiliation with Saint Louis University.  Chaminade faculty is adjunct instructors of Saint Louis University who are highly trained and accountable to maintain university standards.  

If a student opts to take an 1818 ACC course for college credit, the grade they earn in the course will be recorded on an official Saint Louis University transcript. If a student enrolls as an undergraduate at Saint Louis University upon graduation from Chaminade their 1818 ACC college credit courses count towards their cumulative undergraduate GPA, and do not require a transcript request from SLU. 1818 ACC college credit may also be transferable to other universities by requesting a transcript from Saint Louis University. Students are highly advised to check with their College Counselor regarding the transferability of the credit to an institution other than Saint Louis University.

Chaminade students registering for 1818 ACC courses are rewarded with full access to university libraries at the time of their studies. 

Students may register for both fall and spring semester courses. 

In order to be eligible for dual credit courses,

a)    Students in the 11th and 12th grades must have an overall minimum grade point average of 80% are automatically eligible for dual credit courses.

b)    Students in the 11th and 12th grades with an overall grade point average between 75% - 80% must provide a signed letter of recommendation from their principal or guidance counselor and provide written permission from a parent or legal guardian.

c)    Students in the 10th grade must have an overall minimum grade point average of 80% and must provide a signed letter of recommendation from their principal and guidance counselor and provide written permission from a parent or legal guardian.

d)    Students in the 9th grade must have an overall minimum grade point average of 80% and score at the 90th percentile or above on the ACT or SAT, and provide a signed letter of recommendation from their principal and guidance counselor and provide written permission from a parent or legal guardian.


2017-2018 FIRST SEMESTER SLU 1818
ADVANCED COLLEGE CREDIT COURSES
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 SLU Course #

  Course Reference            Number

SLU 1818 Course Title

Chaminade Course Title

 Credit Hours

  Faculty Name

SLU Adjunct Instructor

ENGL 1500-X10

CRN 14128

The Process of
Composition

ENG 370:
AP/ACC English
Language &
Composition

3 credits

Brett Desnoyer, MA

ENGL 2350-X10

CRN 15895

Faith, Doubt and
Literature

ENG 471:
AP/ACC English
Literature &
Composition

3 credits

Andrew Siewert, MA

ENGL 2750-X10

CRN 15896

Film, Culture
and Literature

FLM 470:
ACC Introduction
to Film

3 credits

Michael Kelley, MA

FREN 1020-X10

CRN 14175

Communicating
in French II

FRE 470:
AP/ACC French
Language

3 credits

Carmen
Gruchalla, MA

GK 1020-X10

CRN 14193

Reading Greek II

GRE 471:
ACC Ancient
Greek 2

3 credits

Matthew
Crutchfield, PhD

HIST 1110-X10

CRN 17248

Origins of the Modern
World to 1500

SST 271:
AP/ACC World
History

3 credits

Robert Murphy, MA

HIST 2600-X10

CRN 14224

History of U.S. to 1865

SST 370:
AP/ACC U. S.
History

3 credits

Will Armon, EdD

LATN 1020-X10

CRN 14251

Reading Latin II

LAT 570:
AP/ACC Latin

3 credits

Matthew
Crutchfield, PhD

MUSC 1400-X10

CRN 15897

Lower Division
Music Class

JBD 470:
ACC Jazz Band

2 credits

Eric Warren, MM

MUSC 1400-X10

CRN 17105

Approaching the Arts:
Music

MUS 471:
ACC World Music

3 credits

Eric Warren, MM

SPAN 1020-X10

CRN 14276

Communicating in
Spanish II

SPA 470:
AP/ACC Spanish
Language

3 credits

Ann Menshouse,
MA
(Doctoral student)

THEO 1000-X10

CRN 17131

Theological
Foundations

THE 470:
ACC Foundations
of Theology

3 credits

Michael Corte, MA

THEO 2930-X10

CRN 18310

Contemplation in
Action

THE 473
ACC Servant
Leadership

3 credits

Kevin Becvar, BA
(MA student)

THR 1000-X10

CRN 14300

Approaching the Arts:
Theatre

DRA 470:
ACC Advanced
Drama II

3 credits

Robert Grumich, MFA

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2017-2018 SECOND SEMESTER SLU 1818
ADVANCED COLLEGE CREDIT COURSES

                                                                        www.slu.edu

SLU Course #

 SLU 1818 Course Title 

 Chaminade Course Title

Credit Hours  

Faculty Name
SLU Adjunct Instructor

BIOL 1240

Principles of
Biology I

BIO 470:
AP/ACC Biology

3 credits

Tim Pendleton, MS

BIOL 1245

Principles of
Biology I
(lab)

BIO 470:
AP/ACC Biology

1 credit

Tim Pendleton, MS

ENGL 1900

Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric and Research

ENG 370:
AP/ACC English & Language Composition

3 credits

Brett Desnoyer, MA

ENGL 2550


Gender, Identity and Literature

ENG 471:
AP/ACC English Literature & Composition

3 credits

Andrew Siewert,
MA

FREN 1010

Communicating in
 French I

FRE 370:
ACC Honors
French  3

3 credits

Carmen Gruchalla, MA

FREN 2010

Intermediate French Language & Culture

FRE 470:
AP/ACC French Language & Culture

3 credits

Carmen Gruchalla, MA

GK 1010

Reading Greek 1

GRE 470:
ACC Ancient
Greek 1

3 credits

Matthew
Crutchfield, PhD

GK 2010

Intermediate Greek Language & Culture  

GRE 471:
ACC Ancient
Greek 2

3 credits

Matthew Crutchfield, PhD

HIST 1020

Origins of Modern World – 1500  to
Present 

SST 271:
AP/ACC World
History

3 credits

Robert Murphy, MA

HIST 2610

History of the U.S. Since 1865

SST 370:
AP/ACC U.S. History

3 credits

Will Armon, EdD

ISTD 1100



Introduction to International Studies

 

SST 470:
ACC Contemporary
Global Issues

1 credit

Robert Barnidge,
PhD

ISTD 2900

Intercultural
Seminar &
Practicum

SST 470:
ACC Contemporary
Global Issues

3 credits

Robert Barnidge,
PhD

LATN 1010

Reading Latin 1

LAT 470:
ACC Honors
Latin 4

3 credits

Matthew Crutchfield, PhD

LATN 2010

Intermediate Latin:
Language & Literature

LAT 570:
AP/ACC Latin

3 credits

Matthew Crutchfield, PhD

MUSC 1400

Lower Division
Class Music

JBD 470:
ACC Jazz Band

2 credits

Eric Warren, MM

MUSC 1000

Approaching the Arts: Music

MUS 471:
ACC World Music

3 credits

Eric Warren, MM

PHYS 1220

General Physics I

PHY 470:
AP/ACC Honors Physics 1

4 credits

Michael Johns, MS

PHYS 1240

General Physics II

PHY 471:
AP/ACC Honors
Physics 2

4 credits

Michael Johns, MS

 

PSY 1010

General Psychology

PHY 470:
AP/ACC Psychology

3 credits

Amy Tricamo, MEd

SPAN 1010

Communicating in Spanish I

SPA 370:
ACC Honors Spanish 3

3 credits

Ann Samarasekera, MA
(doctoral student)

SPAN 2010

Intermediate Spanish: Language & Culture

SPA 470:
AP/ACC Spanish Language

3 credits

Ann Samarasekera, MA
(doctoral student)

THEO 2410

Making Christianity Credible

THE 471:
ACC Apologetics -
Making Christianity
Credible

3 credits

Emmanuel Pretila,
PhD

THEO 2820

Religion & Science

THE 472:
ACC An Exploration of Faith & Reason Through Math & Science

3 credits

Chris Shaver, MA

THR 1000

Approaching the Arts:
Theatre

DRA 470:
ACC Advanced Drama II

3 credits

Robert Grumich, MFA

 

2017-2018 CCP/ACC Grading Scale:

90-100 = A

85-89 = B+

80-84= B

75-79 = C+

70-74 = C