Current Concurrent Enrollment Students - Ferris State University
What is Concurrent Enrollment?
Concurrent Enrollment allows students to earn college credit while researching possible careers. This credit appears on a college transcript (currently with Ferris State University). High Schools that offer Concurrent Enrollment must follow strict guidelines set by the NACEP and the credit awarding College or University.
Currently, we only offer CARE 102 through Ferris State University under this option. This course is taught online, and students are expected to complete all coursework outside of their CTC class time.
About CARE 102:
"Students enrolled in Ferris State University’s CARE 102: Career and Education Planning course will earn college credit while exploring self-assessments that will help them understand their personal attributes, personalities, and tendencies. Students will conduct career research using online and other resources to help them succeed with their career exploration process.
"In addition to their career search, students will learn about work ethics and values that will make students more employable and successful in the workforce. By completing these assessments and learning more about themselves, students are better equipped to pick a college major and career without bouncing around from major to major." - FSU description of CARE 102.
How do I know if I qualify for Concurrent Enrollment?
A student interested in earning concurrent enrollment must meet both MACTC and FSU standards.
How do I Sign Up for Concurrent Enrollment through Ferris?
Muskegon Area Career Tech Center students who have been invited to take CARE 102 must: