Kettering University, Powers Catholic launch dual enrollment courses
Kettering University and Powers Catholic High School are partnering to launch a dual enrollment program for Powers students this year.
Powers opened its new facility near Kettering’s campus in the renovated Michigan School For The Deaf building this month. The proximity to Kettering and a contribution from the state of Michigan to help defray some of the tuition costs for the students, along with a ready supply of advanced students interested in dual enrollment opportunities, made the partnership a natural fit. This year, Nancy Stock, a Kettering mathematics instructor, will teach Calculus I and Calculus II on the Powers campus.
“The students will find out what is expected of them in a college math class,” Stock said. “It is going to be rigorous and they will be held to the same standard as any Kettering student.”
Kettering will offer one section per semester with approximately 20 students per class. Students will work from the same syllabus she uses for Kettering students, but since the courses will be on the Powers semester schedule, she will be with the students for more hours.
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