Take College Classes, Tuition-Free! 

Check Out This Year's Courses! 

In these videos, you'll hear De Anza College professors talking about three out of the more than two dozen courses offered especially for students in the Fremont Union High School District.

  • De Anza is offering priority enrollment for these courses to students attending Cupertino High, Fremont High, Homestead High, Lynbrook High, Monta Vista High and the Educational Options Center.
  • Scroll down to check out the complete list of courses.

Humanities: Instructor Javier Galindo

Health: Instructor Alison Campbell

Psychology: Instructor Mark Healy


Explore Your Interests ~ Earn College Credit

three students laughing togetherIf you’re a student in the Fremont Union High School District,* you can

  • Take college classes in a variety of subjects – see the list of courses offered during school hours or after school hours.
  • Pay no tuition or fees, only the cost of books or materials (provided you take no more than 11 units in fall, winter or spring)
  • Learn from De Anza College instructors who are experts in their fields.
  • Get a head start on your career by choosing from courses in accounting, administration of justice, automotive technology, business, child development, computer programming – and more!

Most courses provide credit that is transferable to the California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) systems.

Because De Anza is offering priority enrollment to students in the Fremont Union High School District, you'll be able to register earlier than most students – which means you're more likely to get the classes you want!


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Ready to Earn College Credit? Here Are the Steps to Get Started

  1. Check the list below to find courses offered during school hours or after school hours.
  2. Talk with your high school counselor about which classes you want to take.
  3. Apply for admission to De Anza
  4. Submit the College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) High School Permission Form
  5. Register for classes you want to take

Don’t wait! See your high school counselor as soon as possible.

Submit the CCAP High School Permission Form


Check the Course List

You'll find detailed descriptions for each course listed below by looking them up in the De Anza College Catalog. 


Courses Offered During School Hours

These courses are open to grades 10-12 and are meant to be taken in sequence, providing high school credit as well as college credit. They will be offered during the regular high school day.

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Education, Child Development and Family Services

CLP 5: College Major and Career Options (2 units; instructor Trisha Tran; CRN 13435) – meets at Homestead High school twice a week, with additional work online. This class runs from Aug. 22-Sept. 16


CD 10G: Child Development – The Early Years (4 units; instructor Julie Kennedy; CRN 27046) – meets at Homestead High school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-5:50 p.m., with additional work online

CD 12: Child, Family and Community Interrelationships (4 units, instructor Julie Kennedy; CRN 38004) – meets at Homestead High school twice a week, with additional work online

 

Engineering Design

DMT 55: Survey of Design and Manufacturing Processes and Modern Fabrication (4 units; instructor Mike Appio; CRN 27127) – meets at De Anza on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:20-4:10 p.m.

DMT 53: 3D Printing, Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping: Strategies in Industry (4 units; instructor Kara Krone; CRN 38026) – meets at De Anza twice a week

 

Financial Services

ACCT 1A: Financial Accounting I (5 units; instructor Sandra Li; CRN 26772) – meets online Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:20-4:10 p.m., with additional work online

ACCT 1B: Financial Accounting II (5 units; instructor Sandra Li; CRN 37756) – online class with some scheduled meetings and some work that can be completed independently each week 

Public and Community Health

HLTH 21: Contemporary Health Concerns (4 units; instructor Alison Campbell; CRN 26055) – meets online on Wednesdays from 1:35-3:30 p.m.

HTEC 60A: Medical Terminology (3 units; instructor Sumedha Sherlekar; CRN 37767) – online class with some scheduled meetings and some work that can be completed independently each week 

HTEC 50: Introduction to Health Technologies (2 units; instructor Sumedha Sherlekar) – online class with some scheduled meetings and some work that can be completed independently each week 

Senior Transitions

CLP 5: College Major and Career Options (2 units; instructor Helen Pang; CRN 13405) – meets at Cupertino High School during school hours. This class runs from Aug. 22-Sept. 20.


HUMA 20: Life Skills for Higher Education (4 units; instructor Natasha Joplin; CRN 27198) – meets at Cupertino High School on Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m., with additional work online.

BUS 91: Introduction to Personal Finance (4 units; instructor Brian Bennet; CRN 38090) – meets online during school hours

CLP 5: College Major and Career Options (2 units; instructor TBA) – meets at Cupertino High School during school hours. This class runs from April 10-May 19.


COUN 5: Introduction to College (1 unit; instructor TBA) – meets at Cupertino High School during school hours. This class runs from May 22-June 2.


Courses Offered After School Hours

These courses are open to grades 9-12 and will be offered outside the high school day. They provide college credit only. These don't need to be taken in sequence, so you can choose the classes that interest you!

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Business and Marketing

BUS 73: International Marketing (5 units; instructor Manisha Karia; CRN 26502) – meets online Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-5:45 p.m. with additional work online

BUS 60: International Business Management (5 units; instructor a Brian Bennett; CRN 37470) – meets online twice a week

Computer Information Systems

CIS 40Introduction to Programming in Python (4.5 units; instructor Yau (Victor) Lau; CRN 25935) – meets online Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-5:50 p.m.

CIS 40Introduction to Programming in Python (4.5 units; instructor Alexandre Stoykov; CRN 37729) – meets online twice a week

Ethnic Studies

CETH 10: Race, Ethnicity and Inequality (4 units; instructor Tony Santa Ana; CRN 38045)  – meets at Fremont High School, twice a week

Humanities

HUMI 1: Creative Minds (4 units; instructor Javier Galindo; CRN 22800) – meets at Monta Vista High School, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-5:50 p.m.

Psychology

PSYC 1: General Psychology (4 units; instructor Taiki Kondo; CRN 26463) – meets at Homestead High School Tuesdays from 4-5:45 p.m., with additional work online

(This class is also offered at Fremont High in winter 2023)

PSYC 1: General Psychology (4 units; instructor Taiki Kondo; CRN 37778) – meets at Fremont High School on Tuesdays and online on Thursdays

(This class is also offered at Homestead High in fall 2022.) 


PSYC 8: Introduction to Social Psychology (4 units; instructor Jeanette Tucker; CRN 32641) – meets at Homestead High School on Tuesdays and online on Thursdays

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