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Dual Credit Courses

Earn St. Lawrence College credits while you are still in high school

Senior high school students earndualcredits that count towards their high school diploma and their post-secondary diploma. Dual credit students get a taste of college life,a head-start on their post-secondary path and a future career pathway.  We have over 750 students participating in Dual Credits at the three St. Lawrence College campuses; Brockville, Cornwall and Kingston.

St. Lawrence College offers over 100 dual credit college courses and 10 apprenticeship programs (OYAP).

Students can earn up to 4 Dual Credits towards their OSSD! 

Testimonials

"This program has made me more social and outgoing and I have improved my public speaking. I was also impressed with the mark on my first test – it was a big confidence boost and made me want to go to college even more."
Communications student
"I have really enjoyed my dual credit experience this semester. I have a St. Lawrence student card and am treated like any student at the college, all while completing my high school credits. I am getting the chance, at no cost, to check out the college, the instructors and the college expectations for students taking courses."
Developmental Psychology student

Alternative Delivery

Winter 2021 Course Options

The Integrated Dual Credit program provides senior students (Grade 11 & Grade 12) with the opportunity to apply to take a college course of their choosing from the list of available courses at St. Lawrence College. High school students will be integrated with college students in the chosen course. Students will receive one college credit and one high school credit.

> (B,C,K) Integrated Winter Dates

> Tri-Campus W21 Integrated Option 

GENE 53: Overview of Addictions (42 hrs)
The impact of psychoactive drugs on our society will be examined in this course. An analysis of the impact of alcohol, psychoactive prescription medication, street drugs, over- the-counter drugs, caffeine, and nicotine will be conducted. The theoretical component of the course will include an overview of practical drug concepts, theories of drug abuse, health promotion and prevention, and the Ontario addiction treatment system. The practical component of the course will include the application of theoretical knowledge to providing treatment for the population at risk and to developing health promotion initiatives for those at risk.
(Delivery Method: Alternative Delivery - asynchronous)

> Winter 2021 Dates Page

GENE 114: Professional Effectiveness (42 hrs)
This course is designed to enhance student success by helping students make the transition to higher learning.  As such, the course recognizes the strengths and contributions of all learners, whether they are entering a diploma program from high school or as a returning/mature student.  Students will explore concepts designed to enhance their individual learning styles.  They will develop their critical, analytical, practical and creative thinking skills with a view to providing a foundation for future learning.  Special challenges to learning (such as: living with diversity, money management, maintaining wellness, stress management, managing emotional problems, learning difficulties, etc.) will also be addressed and resources for coping with these challenges will be identified. 
(Delivery Method: Alternative Delivery - asynchronous)

Winter 2021 Dates Page

GENE 175 – A HISTORY OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (42 hours)
This course examines the history of Indigenous Peoples in the land we now call Canada, from pre-contact to modern times. Students will learn about the diversity among Indigenous Peoples, their world views, and the importance of land and sustenance. They will also discover the ways of living that emerged as a result of geography, and the changes in these ways of living that were brought about by European contact and subsequent colonization processes. Students will briefly explore the current circumstances of Indigenous People in Canada in the context of the historical events that shaped and continue to shape their lives.

(Delivery Method: Alternative Delivery - asynchronous)

Winter 2021 Dates Page

ADMIN 1000 – Introduction to Canadian Business(42 hours)

This course provides an overview of how businesses function in general, and specifically reviews business within the Canadian context. The course will also examines the relationships between the organization and its owners, employees, customers, suppliers, governments and the community. The course will also provide an overview of the various functional areas within a typical organization. The course will also explore the current Canadian business environment.

(Delivery Method: Alternative Delivery - asynchronous)

Winter 2021 Dates Page

Board Specific Programs

GENE 114 – Professional Effectiveness (42 hours)
This course is designed to enhance student success by helping students make the transition to higher learning. As such, the course recognizes the strengths and contributions of all learners, whether they are entering a diploma program from high school or as a returning/mature student. Students will explore concepts designed to enhance their individual learning styles. They will develop their critical, analytical, practical and creative thinking skills with a view to providing a foundation for future learning. Special challenges to learning (such as: living with diversity, money management, maintaining wellness, stress management, managing emotional problems, learning difficulties, etc.) will also be addressed and resources for coping with these challenges will be identified. This course can also be used as a General Elective (GENE) requirement in many programs at St. Lawrence College. Please register through Loyola Kingston.

> Winter 2020 Dates Page

CARP 24: Introduction to Carpentry (45 hours)
This course provides instruction of construction safety, layout techniques, and proper hand and power tool use, to produce several carpentry projects. At the end of this course, students will be able to apply safety legislation for construction projects contained in the occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, specifically towards the use of personal protective devices, and the safe use of hand and portable power tools. Read simple blueprints; follow oral and written instructions for the construction of specified projects. Demonstrate an ability to use basic numerical functions to solve for workplace math-related problems, successfully calculate rough stud openings for exterior doors and windows and practice framing sequences, and develop knowledge and skill in the drawing and sketching of plans, to create accurately scaled drawings.

>Winter 2021 Carpentry Team-Taught @ St. Luke's

CARP 24: Introduction to Carpentry (45 hours)
This course provides instruction of construction safety, layout techniques, and proper hand and power tool use, to produce several carpentry projects. At the end of this course, students will be able to apply safety legislation for construction projects contained in the occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, specifically towards the use of personal protective devices, and the safe use of hand and portable power tools. Read simple blueprints; follow oral and written instructions for the construction of specified projects. Demonstrate an ability to use basic numerical functions to solve for workplace math-related problems, successfully calculate rough stud openings for exterior doors and windows and practice framing sequences, and develop knowledge and skill in the drawing and sketching of plans, to create accurately scaled drawings.

Winter 2021 Carpentry Team-Taught @ CCVS Dates Page

HOTE 21 - Principles of Customer Services for Hospitality and Tourism (42 hrs)
Providing consistent, high quality customer service is the platform on which all successful businesses build brand loyalty, market share and profitability. Principles of Customer Service aim to enable learners to integrate effective customer service and quality assurance practices into the Tourism and Hospitality workplace in their future role as managers. Fundamental customer service principles covered by this course include; developing a successful strategic plan for customer service, dealing with challenging customers and providing timely service recovery, recognizing the benefits of customer retention and creating memorable experiences through service excellence. Discussion, role playing and case studies are all learning techniques that will be embedded into the course to facilitate the participants’ acquisition of the essential tools and practices required to grow a satisfied and loyal customer base for any Tourism and Hospitality business.

Winter 2021 Culinary Team-Taught @ St. Matt's Dates Page

In this LDSB Dual Credit school within a college (SWAC) program, students will attend St. Lawrence College during Semester 2. This program is a trade’s exploration opportunity for young women to experience the trades in a hands-on, supportive environment. This program will encourage young women to explore various trades while providing experiential opportunities to encourage women to pursue careers in the trades. These opportunities will include guest speakers, community partnerships field trips such as Young Women Conference with Skill’s Ontario. All students will be interviewed by LDSB.

> Winter 2020 Dates Page

In this LDSB Dual Credit school within a college (SWAC) program, students will attend St. Lawrence College during Semester 2. This program is a trade’s exploration opportunity for young women to experience the trades in a hands-on, supportive environment. This program will encourage young women to explore various trades while providing experiential opportunities to encourage women to pursue careers in the trades. All students will be interviewed by LDSB.

Winter 2021 Dates Page 

Kingston Campus

Winter 2021 Course Options

MECT 102 – Welding & Fabrication (42 hrs) 
To develop in the student, knowledge and ability to set-up and operate oxyacetylene and arc welding equipment to weld, braze, solder and cut safely, and to specifications. 

> Winter 2021 Welding Dates Page

Trad 3: Electrical Circuits (42 hours)
From this course, students will gain a practical knowledge of how simple AC and DC circuits are designed and constructed, how to measure current, voltage, power and frequency. Students will be introduced to the proper safety procedures when working with electricity. In addition they will assemble a residential electrical service and ancillary equipment, DC lighting circuits, low voltage communication and signaling systems and home automation systems, examine wiring types and requirements, fiber optics, protection and grounding, electrical enclosures, and conduits. Students will also demonstrate the safe and proper handling and storage of hand and power tools, and electrical materials commonly used in the electrical industry.

>Winter 2021 Electrical Dates Page

CARP 24: Introduction to Carpentry (45 hours)
This course provides instruction of construction safety, layout techniques, and proper hand and power tool use, to produce several carpentry projects. At the end of this course, students will be able to apply safety legislation for construction projects contained in the occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, specifically towards the use of personal protective devices, and the safe use of hand and portable power tools. Read simple blueprints; follow oral and written instructions for the construction of specified projects. Demonstrate an ability to use basic numerical functions to solve for workplace math-related problems, successfully calculate rough stud openings for exterior doors and windows and practice framing sequences, and develop knowledge and skill in the drawing and sketching of plans, to create accurately scaled drawings.

Winter 2021 Carpentry Skills Congregated Dates Page

CHEF 106: Baking Fundamentals
This course provides students with an introduction to the theory, science and application of fundamentals techniques in the professional bake shop. Students apply the knowledge of how various ingredients interact and develop the skills required to prepare yeast products, quick breads, pies, pastries, cookies, custards and sweet/savory fillings.

>Winter 2021 Baking Congregated Dates Page

CARP 24: Introduction to Carpentry (45 hours)
This course provides instruction of construction safety, layout techniques, and proper hand and power tool use, to produce several carpentry projects. At the end of this course, students will be able to apply safety legislation for construction projects contained in the occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, specifically towards the use of personal protective devices, and the safe use of hand and portable power tools. Read simple blueprints; follow oral and written instructions for the construction of specified projects. Demonstrate an ability to use basic numerical functions to solve for workplace math-related problems, successfully calculate rough stud openings for exterior doors and windows and practice framing sequences, and develop knowledge and skill in the drawing and sketching of plans, to create accurately scaled drawings.

> Winter 2021 Carpentry Skills Congregated Dates Page

Winter 2020 Welding Skills Congregated Dates Page

WELD99: Welding Technology (42 hours)
This introductory course covers basic oxy-acetylene welding, shielded metal arc welding, tungsten inert gas welding, and metal inert gas welding. Students who successfully complete WELD99 will earn credit for WELD1113 Welding Theory I in the Welding and Fabrication Technician/Welding and Fabrication Techniques programs.

Winter 2021 Welding Skills Congregated Dates Page

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