NUAMES currently offers AP Biology, AP Psychology and AP European History. Students must earn a score of 3 or higher to earn college credit.
Concurrent Enrollment (CE) classes give students the opportunity to earn college credit towards their degree and graduation without being in WSU Early College. These classes are taught at the Davis Campus by NUAMES teachers. Students can earn college credit from Utah State University (CE MATH 1060), Salt Lake Community College (CE CHEM 1010), and Weber State University (All other CE classes).
For admin purposes concurrent enrollment is the most economical choice to provide NUAMES students with college credit. CE classes also allow NUAMES to have more control on supporting students in the process of earning college credit.
Eligible Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering & Science (NUAMES) High School juniors and seniors can take courses through NUAMES Early College with other university students on WSU’s campuses. Students can earn up to two years of university credit that may also apply toward high school graduation requirements.
Juniors and seniors must have an index score of at least 106. Index scores are calculated using the high school GPA recorded on an accredited high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores. Student must meet all requirements and meet deadlines for admissions prior to being enrolled in early college. (For more information on Early College refer to EC reference sheet).