Dual Enrollment Process for High School Students:
- The student will contact his/her counselor to discuss dual enrollment classes. Please visit your school’s website, hover over the “Academics” tab, and click on “Counseling”, to find the counselor’s contact information.
- The student’s counselor will review the student’s transcript and make a recommendation on the course he/she should take.
- The counselor will complete the RECOMMENDATION FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT (K-12) & MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING form and will return it to the student.
- The student will register and enroll using the links below to establish a MyVCCCD portal account.
- The student and parent will sign the RECOMMENDATION FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT (K-12) & MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING form and upload it to his/her MyVCCCD portal.
* For more information about specific subject coursework, contact your school counselor.
Visit the College Dual Enrollment Information Page
Oxnard College Courses offered on the Hueneme High School Campus
|Only Oxnard College Course||Term Offered||Course Description|
|EMT R109: Emergency Medical Responder||Spring 2021||In this course students learn to assess and initiate immediate lifesaving care to critical patients. Students will obtain basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide lifesaving interventions while awaiting additional Emergency Medical Services (EMS) response and to assist higher level personnel at the scene and during transport. Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) function as part of a comprehensive EMS team under medical oversight, and perform basic interventions with minimal equipment. This course provides emergency care knowledge and skills to prepare students for EMT R169 – Emergency Medical Technician, and in the fields of Professional and Volunteer Firefighters and Peace Officers. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will receive an American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Card. Additionally, students will be prepared to take the National EMR Exam. Field trips may be required. Meets General Ed Areas: CSU Area E,GE Area E1. Course Corequisites: NONE|
|COMM R101: Intro to Oral Communication||Spring 2021||This course provides training and practice in basic principles of effective oral communication through participation in public speaking, group discussion, and oral reading. It emphasizes being at ease in front of, and with, a group, and developing constructive attitudes, organized thinking, proper use of voice and body, and critical listening. Recommended Prep: ENGL R101. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. C-ID: COMM 110.|
|CHST R101: Intor to Chicano/a Studies||Fall 2021||This is an introductory interdisciplinary course designed to familiarize students with various historical, cultural, sociological, and political issues affecting the Chicana/o experience in the United States. The course introduces students to research and publications in related disciplines and familiarizes them with the interdisciplinary aspects of Chicano/o studies. The course also includes themes and methodologies from related disciplines (history, anthropology, sociology, the arts and sciences, psychology, and political science). Transfer credit: CSU;UC.|
Apply for Admission
- An application for admission is only required if this is your first time taking a community college class or it has been more than two semesters since you last attended.
- Follow instructions to create an OpenCCC account and submit your application
- Provide a valid email address & allow 24 hours to process your application and receive your new student email confirmation
- The video that follows explains how to register for classes after you are done applying.