Course Offerings

Which courses may I take?

Dual enrollment students may take any course* offered at Tri-County Technical College, provided all placement score and prerequisite requirements are met.  Tri-County offers courses at multiple TCTC campus locations in Pendleton, Anderson, Seneca (Oconee Campus at Hamilton Career Center), and Easley, as well as, the Watkins Center in Honea Path, local high schools, school district career centers, and online.


How do I find out where and when these courses will be offered?

Offered at a TCTC Campus or Online

Click on the campuses below for a list of common UNIVERSITY TRANSFER dual enrollment courses offered at each campus or online during the fall 2015 semester which begins August 17, 2015:

Anderson Campus

Easley Campus

All Campuses and Online

University Transfer Courses Offered at My High School

For a list of dual enrollment courses to be taught at your high school, please check with your high school guidance department.

University Transfer Courses Offered at My Career Center

Dual enrollment courses to be taught at your Career Center are listed below for Pickens and Oconee County high school students:

PICKENS COUNTY CAREER & TECHNOLOGY CENTER (for Pickens County High School students only)

OCONEE COUNTY HAMILTON CAREER CENTER (for Oconee County High School students only) 

How do I register for my dual enrollment college courses?

You will need to follow the enrollment steps to be admitted into Tri-County Technical College first.  If you have not done this, please follow page 1 of the Dual Enrollment Checklist by clicking here. If you have been admitted into TCTC, received your acceptance letter in the mail, have checked the course schedules above, and have decided to take dual enrollment courses...

  1. At a TCTC campus (Pendleton, Anderson, Oconee, or Easley) or online, please contact one of the Dual Enrollment Contacts (click here) to register for your courses.
  2. At your high school or career center, you may contact your high school guidance counselor, they will put you on a class roster, send it to our office, and we will register you.
  3. In a combination of several locations (your high school/career center AND at a TCTC campus or online), then do both steps 1 and 2 above.

Check your Tri-County Tech schedule in your eTC account to assure that you are registered in the correct courses, well before courses begin! See the pages 4 & 5 of the booklet below for eTC instructions.

  *Click here or visit our online college catalog for a list of general education course offerings, course descriptions, and prerequisites required for those courses. 

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