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ss21 - World History/Geography

One semester. Traces the development of civilizations from Ancient Greece to the Renaissance and Reformation and includes the teaching of geographic concepts.

ss22 - World History/Geography

One semester. Traces the development of civilizations from the Enlightenment to the present and includes the teaching of geographic concepts.

ss281 - Honors World History

A rigorous course designed for advanced students who would like to combine writing skills with the study of World History and the humanities. This course uses an interrelated chronological approach, and prepares students for college prep courses. The curriculum traces the development of civilizations from early prehistoric people to the present and includes the teaching of geographic concepts. This is a weighted course.

ss282 - Honors World History

A rigorous course designed for advanced students who would like to combine writing skills with the study of World History and the humanities. This course uses an interrelated chronological approach, and prepares students for college prep courses. The curriculum traces the development of civilizations from early prehistoric people to the present and includes the teaching of geographic concepts. This is a weighted course.

ss34 - American History 1

One semester. This course examines the causes and events leading to the Civil War and its multiple effects on the economic, social, political life of the nation. Other major topics include America's industrialization expansionist foreign policy, progressivism, and the United States involvement in World War I.

ss35 - American History 2

One semester. This course examines the histories of the U.S. and Arizona through the many challenges faced in the twentieth century including: the "Roaring Twenties," the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War, the Civil Rights Movement, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and Watergate.

ss51 - American Government

One semester. The fundamentals of government on the national, state and local levels will be examined, including the three branches of government, rights and responsibilities of American citizenship, and the development and role of political parties.

ss57 - Economics

One semester. Familiarizes the student with basic principles of economics, with an emphasis on capitalism and resource allocation. Included are the principles of financial management and career planning. Close attention is given to micro and macro economic applications.

ss76 - Psychology I

The purpose of this course is to develop a curiosity about and appreciation of the extent to which scientific methods can be applied toward a basic understanding of human behavior. The course includes a basic introduction to what psychology is, its relationship to learning, personal and social adjustments, the brain and behavior, and behavioral disorders and treatments.

ss78 - Sociology I

Offers materials essential to understanding ourselves and the complexities of today's society. Includes understanding basic social units, social institutions, social norms and social changes, each of which are relevant in our present society. The study of sociology requires that students and teachers alike study various aspects of society from a non-biased point of view.

wl111 - Mandarin Chinese I (sem 1)

Introduces students to the basic vocabulary of the language and components of the culture of the countries in which the language is spoken. Prepares students to begin to read, write, speak, and understand Mandarin Chinese. Students must have access to a Windows computer, microphone and headset for taking speaking tests in this course.

Materials:
Chinese Link (Book) Deposit: $28
Chinese Link Workbook (Wbook) Deposit: $8
Chinese Link CD Set (CD) Deposit: $23


wl112 - Mandarin Chinese I (sem 2)

Introduces students to the basic vocabulary of the language and components of the culture of the countries in which the language is spoken. Prepares students to begin to read, write, speak, and understand Mandarin Chinese. Students must have access to a Windows computer, microphone and headset for taking speaking tests in this course.

Materials:
Chinese Link (Book) Deposit: $28
Chinese Link Workbook (Wbook) Deposit: $8
Chinese Link CD Set (CD) Deposit: $23


wl211 - Spanish I (1st semester)

Introduces students to the basic vocabulary of the language and components of the culture of the countries in which the language is spoken. Prepares students to begin to read, write, speak, and understand the language. Students must have access to a Windows computer, microphone and headset for taking speaking tests in this course.

wl212 - Spanish I (2nd semester)

Introduces students to the basic vocabulary of the language and components of the culture of the countries in which the language is spoken. Prepares students to begin to read, write, speak, and understand the language. Students must have access to a Windows computer, microphone and headset for taking speaking tests in this course.

wl221 - Spanish II (1st semester)

This course features application of language skills in reading, writing, and conversation. Level 1 skills are reviewed and maintained and appropriate cultural components are studied. Students must have a Windows computer and a headset or microphone and speakers to take speaking tests in this course. Prerequisite: Spanish I

wl222 - Spanish II (2nd semester)

This course features application of language skills in reading, writing, and conversation. Level 1 skills are reviewed and maintained and appropriate cultural components are studied. Students must have a Windows computer and a headset or microphone and speakers to take speaking tests in this course. Prerequisite: Spanish I

ma271 - Algebra I (Sem 1)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. The first year algebra course prepares a student for more advanced study of mathematics. The curriculum includes symbolic manipulation, data analysis, patterns, and functions represented in multiple forms, linear and quadratic equations.

ma272 - Algebra I (Sem 2)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. The first year algebra course prepares a student for more advanced study of mathematics. The curriculum includes symbolic manipulation, data analysis, patterns, and functions represented in multiple forms, linear and quadratic equations.

ma301 - Geometry

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. Curriculum includes the study of geometric methods, properties and relationships as a means to recognize, draw, describe, connect and analyze shapes and representations in the physical world.

ma302 - Geometry

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. Curriculum includes the study of geometric methods, properties and relationships as a means to recognize, draw, describe, connect and analyze shapes and representations in the physical world.

ma351 - Personal Finance (Sem 1)

This course introduces students to the basics of financial literacy including such topics as creating personal financial goals, saving and investing, banking, using debit and credit cards, making major purchases, paying payroll and other taxes, and purchasing insurance. By emphasizing the importance of setting goals and creating a financial plan, students learn to think before spending. Students will learn how credit scores can impact one's ability to secure a loan and, in some cases, determine whether they will be hired for a job. Students will also become familiar with some of the reality that faces everyone when they get their first job, their first apartment, or just take on more personal financial responsibilities.

ma352 - Personal Finance (Sem 2)

This course introduces students to the basics of financial literacy including such topics as creating personal financial goals, saving and investing, banking, using debit and credit cards, making major purchases, paying payroll and other taxes, and purchasing insurance. By emphasizing the importance of setting goals and creating a financial plan, students learn to think before spending. Students will learn how credit scores can impact one's ability to secure a loan and, in some cases, determine whether they will be hired for a job. Students will also become familiar with some of the reality that faces everyone when they get their first job, their first apartment, or just take on more personal financial responsibilities.

ma381 - Algebra Applications

Prerequisites: Algebra 1 and Geometry
This course extends and applies the concepts of Algebra I and introduces concepts from Algebra II. The curriculum includes the study of linear, quadratic, polynomial, and exponential functions.

ma382 - Algebra Applications (SEM 2)

Prerequisites: Algebra 1 and Geometry
This course extends and applies the concepts of Algebra I and introduces concepts from Algebra II. The curriculum includes the study of linear, quadratic, polynomial, and exponential functions.

ma401 - Algebra II (Sem 1)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. This course extends and applies the concepts of Algebra and Geometry. The curriculum includes the study of linear and quadratic functions, linear systems, conics, powers, roots and radicals, exponential and logarithmic functions, probability, sequences and series.

ma402 - Algebra II (Sem 2)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. This course extends and applies the concepts of Algebra and Geometry. The curriculum includes the study of linear and quadratic functions, linear systems, conics, powers, roots and radicals, exponential and logarithmic functions, probability, sequences and series.

ma421 - Trigonometry (Sem 1)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. An accelerated course preparing students for enrollment in precalculus. Algebra II and trigonometry studied in-depth. Application of mathematics to the physical world stressed.

Materials:
Algebra and Trigonometry (purple book) (Book) Deposit: $60
Learning Tools CD (CD) Deposit: $15
Trig Tutorials (CD) Deposit: $0


ma422 - Trigonometry (Sem 2)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. An accelerated course preparing students for enrollment in precalculus. Algebra II and trigonometry studied in-depth. Application of mathematics to the physical world stressed.

Materials:
Algebra and Trigonometry (purple book) (Book) Deposit: $60
Learning Tools CD (CD) Deposit: $15
Trig Tutorials (CD) Deposit: $0


ma901 - Math Standards (Geometry Alternative)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. This course covers most of the concepts of a regular Geometry course, but is not as rigorous. The first four units consist of an Algebra review. Students will improve the Algebra skills that they will need to solve the Geometry problems that are presented later. The next four units include Geometry concepts such as: Points, Lines, and Planes, Segments and Angles, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines, Classifying Triangles, and the Pythagorean Theorem and its Converse. Additional Info: This course is based on mastery learning and has individualized instruction components. This course is designed for students who are seeking a standard diploma and will not meet the competency requirements for Arizona universities or NCAA.

ma902 - Math Standards (Geometry Alternative)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. Geometry concepts included in this course: Triangle Congruence, Polygons, Quadrilaterals, Surface Area and Volume of Solids, Triangle Similarity and Proportions, Trigonometric Ratios, and Circles, Arcs, and Chords. Additional Info: This course is based on mastery learning and has individualized instruction components. This course is designed for students who are seeking a standard diploma and will not meet the competency requirements for Arizona universities or NCAA.

en091 - Freshman English (Sem 1)

Students read, analyze, and respond to a variety of literature, such as short stories, novels, and essays. This analysis consists of reading for understanding, answering comprehension questions, researching literary elements, and writing for a variety of purposes. The variety of writing consists of paragraph writing, literary analysis, fables, personal narrative, and persuasive writing. This course also focuses on grammar, conventions, research, and the six traits of writing. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en092 - Freshman English (Sem 2)

Students read, analyze, and respond to a variety of literature, such as novels, poetry, epic, and drama. This analysis consists of reading for understanding, answering comprehension questions, researching literary elements, and writing for a variety of purposes. The variety of writing consists of paragraph writing, literary analysis, persuasive writing, and poetry. This course also focuses on grammar, conventions, research, and the six traits of writing. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en33 - Principles of English I

During the first semester of Principles of English, students write for a variety of purposes and audiences. The variety of writing consists of descriptive, definition, summary, compare/contrast, persuasive, and critique writing. An emphasis is placed on the importance of prewriting, drafting, revising, and publishing. This course also focuses on grammar, conventions, vocabulary, journaling, and the six traits of writing. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en34 - Principles of English II

Students write for a variety of purposes and audiences. The variety of writing consists of descriptive, persuasive, personal narrative, compare/contrast, and literary review. An emphasis is placed on the importance of prewriting, drafting, revising, and publishing. This course also focuses on grammar, conventions, vocabulary, journaling, and the six traits of writing. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en42 - Short Stories

During the one-semester course of Short Stories, students will read, analyze, and respond to a variety of short stories. This course requires the student to demonstrate creative writing skills, develop critical thinking skills, and establish relationships to contemporary issues. This course also focuses on extensive reading comprehension, vocabulary, and literary elements. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en46 - Principles of English III

Students write for a variety of purposes and audiences. The variety of writing consists of personal definition, causal analysis, persuasion, problem/solution, critical analysis, reflective narrative, letter of application, resume', and business letter. An emphasis is placed on the importance of prewriting, drafting, revising, and publishing. This course also focuses on grammar, conventions, vocabulary, and the six traits of writing. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en51 - Literary Explorations

Students read, analyze, and respond to a variety of literature, such as short stories, drama, nonfiction, poetry, and novels. This analysis consists of reading for understanding, answering comprehension questions, researching literary elements, and writing for a variety of purposes. This course looks at themes in literature and emphasis the importance of literature. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en52 - Mythology

During the one-semester course of Mythology, students read, analyze, and respond to a variety of world mythologies. Throughout this course, students will gain an appreciation for their cultural contributions and will form a foundation for understanding later literary works. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en54 - Paperback Literature

Students read, analyze, and respond to a variety of contemporary novels. This course requires the student to demonstrate creative writing skills, develop critical thinking skills, and establish relationships to contemporary issues. This course also focuses on extensive reading comprehension, literary elements, author research, and essay writing. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en56 - Multicultural Literature

During the one-semester course of Multicultural Literature, students will study a variety of literary genres which are representative of the cultural diversity in the United States. Course content includes, but is not exclusive to, themes and authors from Black, Hispanic, Native, and Asian American cultures. Course work includes critical thinking and reading, essay writing, and research. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en57 - American Literature

Students read, analyze, and respond to a variety of literature by American authors. This course requires the student to demonstrate creative writing skills, develop critical thinking skills, and establish relationships to American ideas and issues. This course also focuses on extensive reading comprehension, literary elements, and essay writing. This course aligns with District and State standards.

en72 - English Composition 101

This course consists of an emphasis on rhetoric and composition with a focus on expository writing and understanding writing as a process. Students will establish effective college-level writing strategies through five writing projects comprising at least 3,000 words in total.

cb091-07 - Intro to Information Technology Office 2007

One Semester. This course is an introduction to the world of computer technology. Through Microsoft Windows Office Suite 2007, the student will explore relevant and emerging technologies, the role of computers in society, and discuss social and ethical issues related to personal computing. Students will also learn computer basics, how to do safe Internet research, and how to use Excel, PowerPoint, and Word to produce documents that are relevant to school work and the business world. Students will also explore careers and how to research career information on the Internet. Microsoft Office 2007 for Windows is required for this course. This course is for Windows computers only.

cb091-10 - Intro to Information Technology Office 2010

One semester. This course is an introduction to the world of computer technology. Through Microsoft Windows Office Suite 2010, the student will explore relevant and emerging technologies, the role of computers in society, and discuss social and ethical issues related to personal computing. Students will also learn computer basics, how to do safe Internet research, and how to use Excel, PowerPoint, and Word to produce documents that are relevant to school work and the business world. Students will also explore careers and how to research career information on the Internet. Microsoft Office 2010 for Windows is required for this course. This course is for Windows computers only.

fn01 - Financial Concepts for Teens

This one semester elective course introduces financial information and tips that students can use in their daily lives. Topics include: financial goal setting, investment strategies, debit and credit cards, payroll taxes and different types of insurance. Students will also learn what they need to know about how to get hired for their first job. Note: This elective course does not count for math credit.

we901 - Career Exploration Program (1 sem)

Career Exploration is an opportunity for students to earn elective credit while they are working. Students must work a minimum of 128 hours during the time they are enrolled in the course. Because the course is taken for credit, the employer and supervisor must be an independent, non-family member. Course requirements include uploading current scanned pay stubs, agreements, and an employee evaluation as well as completing and uploading documents related to the student's work experience. By the end of the course, students will learn how to analyze their personal skills and strengths as they relate to current and future jobs, explore different careers through interviews and observations, discover what it means to be successful at work.
This course is PASS/FAIL for Mesa students.

we902 - Career Exploration Program (2 sem)

Career Exploration is an opportunity for students to earn elective credit while they are working. Students must work a minimum of 128 hours during the time they are enrolled in the course. Because the course is taken for credit, the employer and supervisor must be an independent, non-family member. Course requirements include uploading current scanned pay stubs, agreements, and an employee evaluation as well as completing and uploading documents related to the student's work experience. By the end of the course, students will learn how to analyze their personal skills and strengths as they relate to current and future jobs, explore different careers through interviews and observations, discover what it means to be successful at work.
This course is PASS/FAIL for Mesa students.

mu28 - Music Appreciation

One semester. This is a non-performance music appreciation class, which introduces the basic elements of music through the study of music composition and musical instruments, and through the historical development and styles of western hemisphere music. The course includes listening to and evaluating several styles of music. The historical component covers music of early civilizations to 20th Century, with a focus on contributing composers.

mu29 - Beginning Guitar

One semester. Introduces the guitar and playing techniques for the instrument. The course includes reading notes and rhythms. Students play basic chords, using examples from folk and classical music. Students must be able to record sounds on their computer.

mu30 - Intermediate Guitar

One semester. This is a classical guitar course designed to continue basic instruction after the student has completed a beginning guitar course. Designed for the self-learner and self-motivator. Note reading, rhythms, and intermediate skills are the goals. Students must be able to record sounds on their computer.

sc091 - Essential Elements of Science (Sem 1)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. This is the entry-level science course for high school and provides the conceptual foundation for the entire high school science curriculum. Students in this course receive instruction and practice in developing and refining scientific skills and methods that are prerequisites for success in subsequent high school science courses. Using mostly chemistry and physics concepts as a framework, students discover and collect evidence that supports the atomic/molecular theory of matter. These principles lay the groundwork for understanding all biological and chemical relationships. Topics included in this class are scientific processes, the nature and history of science, earth science, basic physics and chemistry.

sc092 - Essential Elements of Science (Sem 2)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. This is the entry-level science course for high school and provides the conceptual foundation for the entire high school science curriculum. Students in this course receive instruction and practice in developing and refining scientific skills and methods that are prerequisites for success in subsequent high school science courses. Using mostly chemistry and physics concepts as a framework, students discover and collect evidence that supports the atomic/molecular theory of matter. These principles lay the groundwork for understanding all biological and chemical relationships. Topics included in this class are scientific processes, the nature and history of science, earth science, basic physics and chemistry.

sc331 - Earth Science (Sem 1)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. This is a lab course which explores forces and processes that operate in the universe. Major areas of study will include astronomy, geology, hydrology, meteorology, and environmental issues.

sc332 - Earth Science (Sem 2)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. This is a lab course which explores forces and processes that operate in the universe. Major areas of study will include astronomy, geology, hydrology, meteorology, and environmental issues.

sc491 - Biology (Sem 1)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. Major areas of study are cell structure, function and processes, genetics, classification, microbiology, plants, animals, human systems and ecology. Fulfills college entrance and district graduation requirements only for students in grades 9 - 12. Full requirement information for 9th graders is available through the counselors' office. This course includes the topics of human reproduction and evolution.

sc492 - Biology (Sem 2)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. Major areas of study are cell structure, function and processes, genetics, classification, microbiology, plants, animals, human systems and ecology. Fulfills college entrance and district graduation requirements only for students in grades 9 - 12. Full requirement information for 9th graders is available through the counselors' office. This course includes the topics of human reproduction and evolution.

sc711 - Chemistry (Sem 1)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. Includes the study of the atom, atomic energy, the formation of molecules, the mathematics of chemistry, and related experimental work. The vocabulary of the chemist is emphasized as are correct laboratory procedures and techniques.

sc712 - Chemistry (Sem 2)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. Includes the study of the atom, atomic energy, the formation of molecules, the mathematics of chemistry, and related experimental work. The vocabulary of the chemist is emphasized as are correct laboratory procedures and techniques.

sc721 - Honors Chemistry (sem 1)

Difficulty- High
Prerequisite Algebra 1 with a "B" or better
A course in which the unifying principles of chemistry are developed through experimentation and mathematical equations. Emphasis is placed upon understanding of principles rather than memorization of facts and descriptions. Extensive use is made of arithmetic, elementary algebra and geometry. Labs are presented through virtual activities, video demonstrations, and hands on experimentation. This is a weighted course.

sc722 - Honors Chemistry (sem 2)

Difficulty- High
Prerequisite Algebra 1 with a "B" or better
A course in which the unifying principles of chemistry are developed through experimentation and mathematical equations. Emphasis is placed upon understanding of principles rather than memorization of facts and descriptions. Extensive use is made of arithmetic, elementary algebra and geometry. Labs are presented through virtual activities, video demonstrations, and hands on experimentation. This is a weighted course.

sc811 - Physics (Sem 1)

This is the first semester of a two-semester course. A course designed to explore the fields of mechanics, heat, light, sound, electricity, magnetism and nuclear energy. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of the principles involved in the above fields. College preparatory class.

Materials:
Conceptual Physics (Book) Deposit: $32


sc812 - Physics (Sem 2)

This is the second semester of a two-semester course. A course designed to explore the fields of mechanics, heat, light, sound, electricity, magnetism and nuclear energy. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of the principles involved in the above fields. College preparatory class.

Materials:
Conceptual Physics (Book) Deposit: $32


co15 - Drugs in Society

One semester. The purpose is to educate the student about as many different aspects of drug use and abuse. The topics that will be covered are: types of drugs, effects of drugs, history of drug use and abuse, drugs and society, addiction and recovery.

fs32 - Personal Development

One semester. A step-by-step guide to help teens improve self-image, build friendships, resist peer pressure, achieve their goals, get along with their parents, and much more.

Materials:
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens (Book) Deposit: $13


ss941 - Service Learning 1

This course combines online study of community issues, civic engagement, and career interest with field experience helping out in the community. Students work through online lessons and activities while volunteering at one or more sites such as schools, community organizations, or sports leagues. Online activities focus on personal and interpersonal skill development, leadership, project planning, and employment skills. Online lessons and volunteer hours combined total over 90 hours for a 1/2 elective credit. Note: notarized and scanned documents are required for this course. Students must have access to a scanner for submitting documentation throughout the course.

ts32 - Driver Education

Driver Education is a one-semester course aimed at the development of knowledge, skill, and attitude necessary for performing as a competent vehicle operator and highway user. Driver Education consists of three components: content instruction, simulator experience, and behind the wheel experience. This course fulfills only the first component of driver education; content instruction. This course is open to all students who will be turning 15 and 7 months during the course. This course does not qualify for the Arizona driver's license waiver. Students must have access to a scanner for submitting documentation throughout the course.
The Behind the Wheel portion can be taken at your local high school. Contact your local high school's Driver Ed department for information on availability and pricing.

ar21 - Digital Photo Studio

This course addresses technical and conceptual concepts in relation to historic and contemporary photography. Students experiment with a variety of lighting techniques, parts and use of a digital SLR camera, digital solutions, and conceptual approaches in order to create visually compelling photographs. Students learn how to transfer skills into a career in professional photography. A digital camera is required, DSLR is highly recommended.

ar81 - Art History

A one-semester course in the history of art (primarily western art). The course is designed to increase the student's knowledge of art, artists, schools and movements; chronological periods and specific dates; and the subjects, styles and techniques of particular works of art.

pe87 - PE Wellness and Nutrition

One semester. This course requires a minimum of 9 weeks to complete the course. This is NOT a 6 week course. The student will learn about mental, physical and social wellness. Wellness describes a lifestyle in which the physical, social, intellectual, psychological and environmental components of health are integrated. The course requires physical activity along with unit reviews, unit activities, and unit tests. This course includes 13 weeks of exercise logs; including 6 weeks of heart rate logs, 4 weeks of weight and circuit training logs, and 3 weeks of leisure sport logs. These logs are mandatory to complete the course. All 13 weeks of logs must be complete to earn credit for the course. Students must have the ability to verify physical activities with the use of digital photos, and the ability to submit the photos electronically.

pe90 - PE Bowling I

One semester. This class is designed for the student who wants to learn the basics of bowling so that they may participate, enjoy, and be successful in this popular sport. Students must bowl 18 games at a bowling center. Payment for the 18 games is the student's responsibility. Students must have access to a scanner for submitting documentation throughout the course.

pe92 - PE Bowling II

Prerequisite: Bowling I
One semester. This class is designed for the students who have successfully completed Bowling I. It is an expectation that students have already learned the basics of bowling. Students must bowl 18 games at a bowling center. Payment for the 18 games is the student's responsibility. Students earn points in this course by completing a wide range of assignments, bowling 18 well documented games, completing reflections after a grouping of games, and scoring percentage points based on personal handicaps. Students' grades are partially determined on consistently scoring within a personal handicap.

Students must have access to a scanner for submitting documentation throughout the course.

pe99 - PE Independent Study

One semester. This course is for students who are participating in sports or athletic activities outside of the typical school-sponsored athletic program and/or school sports. Each student must complete 60 hours of participation hours in the sport/activity. Besides the 60 hours, this course includes assignments and documentation that must be completed. You must have means of scanning documents in order to complete this course. Sports/activities that meet the requirements for this course include club sports such as: hockey, soccer, volleyball, basketball, baseball, Softball, La Crosse, Rugby, and Cheer/Stunting. Other activities that meet the requirements are individual sports such as: Gymnastics, Rodeo, Tennis, Golf, Body Building, and Rowing. Noncompetitive sports or non-organized sports/activities such as pick up games or gym memberships do not meet the requirements. Personal daily exercise does not meet this course's requirement. Note: this course is only offered to full-time Mesa Distance Learning students, it is not offerred to dual enrolled Mesa students.


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