Immaculata University is now offering a dual enrollment program for Chester County Technical College High School juniors and seniors enrolled in the Allied Health, Hospital and Sports Medicine, and Early Childhood Care and Education programs enabling them to earn up to six college credits.
Through this program, students may take the following courses at TCHS to earn college credits in allied health at the greatly discounted rate of $100 per credit.
Allied Health Hospital Program
- HCM 201 Medical Terminology (3 credits)
Allied Health Sports Medicine Program
- EXS201 Introduction to Exercise Science (3 credits)
- EXS200: Introduction to Sports Medicine (3 credits)
Early childhood Care and Education Program
- EDU 302: Education Psychology (3 credits)
How to apply to the Dual Enrollment Program
Seniors planning to graduate in June 2020 may register for courses beginning in October 2019. All registration forms must be received by January 17, 2020.
- Brandywine Hospital
- Chester County Hospital
- Community Health Center
- Jennersville Hospital
- Paoli Hospital
- Phoenixville Hospital
- EXS 200-201: Unionville High School
- EDU 302: Pennocks Bridge
In addition, TCHS students who enroll in Immaculata’s Bachelor of Science in Allied Health program will be gifted three credits that will appear on their transcripts as AHS 101, Allied Health Observations (3 credits).
Questions may be directed to to Dr. Jean Shingle, Dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (610) 647-4400 ext. 3267.