• Dual Enrollment Information

    Click HERE for more information on classes and how to enroll to jump to the DE page on the CTE website.

    Fall 2021 DE classes have already begun, but you can click HERE to check out the classes.  We will most likely be able to offer most if not all of the same classes in the spring.

    Remember that enrolling in a DE class is the responsibility of the STUDENT.  We cannot enroll students in a community college course, but we can offer support and guidance.  Reach out to Diana Dysthe for assistance at dianadysthe@burbankusd.org.

    Suggested DE courses for NAF Academy students:

    Counseling 020:  Great first class for 9th & 10th graders but open to ALL grade levels. This course introduces students to the role of higher education in society and to their role as students. Students explore personal attributes needed for college success, critical thinking and effective study strategies, relating to others in a diverse world, the career planning and decision making process, and transfer and educational planning. This course will also provide students with an overview of campus resources and policies.

    *3 college credits.  UC/CSU Approved: G

    Health 102:  This is NOT like the Health class you took in 9th grade! Health 102 covers the proper care for emergencies involving adults, children and infants. Students gain the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until advanced medical help arrives. The course includes first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), automated external defibrillator (AED), injury management, and disease transmission prevention. This course meets the requirements of the American Red Cross for certification in First Aid/ CPR/AED school and community.  Recommended for all NAF Medical Academy students to complete by graduation.

    *3 college credits. UC/CSU Approved: G

    Communication Studies 101:  This is an introductory course stressing the need for effective oral communication. The emphases in the course are on: principles of human communication, structuring various types of speeches, researching information, audience analysis, critical analysis of public discourse, presentation of speeches and building self confidence in public speaking situations.

    *3 college credits. UC/CSU Approved: G

    Finance 008:  Recommended for 11th & 12th graders only. This course is an introduction to the concepts and tools necessary for the responsible allocation of personal resources. Emphasis is on the significant financial decisions facing each household during its life cycle, including budgeting, record keeping, consumer purchases, credit, home ownership, insurance, investing, retirement, and estate planning. Students should be at the point where they have experience with earning and spending money. This course is rigorous but will teach you extremely valuable life skills. Every single person will make money and need to support themselves.  This class is so important for your financial success.  Don't hesitate.  ALL NAF ACADEMIES should consider this class - it's NOT just for business academy students.

    *3 college credits. UC/CSU Approved: G

    Sociology 011:  This course examines the definitions, history, and experiences of ethnic and racial groups in this country. Attention is given to Black, Latino, Native American, Asian American, Arab Americans, and white ethnic groups. Discussion includes the social, economic, and political factors affecting racial/ethnic group relations; the sources of discrimination and prejudice; and whether social equality between different groups is possible.  This class is a great option for ALL NAF Academies.

    *3 college credits. UC/CSU Approved: G