TERRA DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAM is a partnership program with State University of New York ESF that enables qualified students to:
Experience university-level coursework and earn university credits while still in high school.
Understand the complex scientific and social perspectives behind the environmental issues that make headlines everyday such as the relationship between energy and the environment.
Learn about and explore diverse interests and career opportunities in environmental science, engineering, management, policy and design - and in related areas such as law, communications, technology, and medicine.
Examples of courses offered:
❖ EFB101 - 104 : General Biology w/lab (4 crd.)
❖ EFB120 : Global Environment (3 crd.)
❖ EWP190 : Writing and the Environment (3crd.)
❖ ESF122 : Ecology of the Economic Process (3 crd.)
❖ FCH496 : Introduction to Renewable Energy (2 crd)
CREDITS & GRADES
Credits and grades are recorded as part of each student’s permanent record at SUNY ESF, which can be transferred to other colleges and universities throughout the United States.
Students who receive a “B” or better, while not guaranteed, will significantly increase the chance that they will be offered admission to SUNY ESF or other colleges.
TEACHER AND SCHOOL BENEFITS
Qualified teachers receive adjunct faculty status at SUNY-ESF.
Teachers receive training and development to support their institutions.
Online access to SUNY-ESF library resources.
The cost for one credit (crd) is $100, which is reduced from $338 paid by SUNY-ESF students in 2015-16.
The cost of teacher training is: $360 for a teacher with master’s degree $720 for a teacher with bachelor’s degree $4,848 for a teacher who would like to earn 4 graduate credits from SUNY-ESF