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90 COLLEGE CREDITS IN 1 WEEK

Yes, you read that correctly. In the intensive 1-week program, you'll be trained to master and demonstrate knowledge in:

  • Humanities and Fine Arts

  • Mathematics and Science

  • English

  • Social Sciences and History

  • Business and Technology

This allows you to transfer into nearly any U.S. college or university as a college senior. You'll eliminate up to 3 years of college and save up to $100,000 on traditional university tuition. 

Our program prepares students to earn college credit through accredited pathways of DANTES Subject Standardized Tests, (DSST), Excelsior College (UEXCEL), American Council on Education (ACE), Brigham Young University, and University of Texas.

*JumpEd Now is not owned by or affiliated with DSST, UEXCEL, ACE, BYU, and UTEXAS.

View information on pricing and fees here. 

Day 1: Orientation

English Composition I


This workshop in English Composition I will help you develop the quality writing skills necessary for success in college and in your future career (3 college credits).




English Composition II


Our popular English Composition II course acts as a continuation of lessons learned in English Composition I, focusing on writing analysis and argument (3 college credits).




Public Speaking


This workshop prepares you for the DSST Principles of Public Speaking, which tests for knowledge of audience analysis, purposes of speeches, structure/organization, content/supporting materials, research, language & style, delivery, communication apprehension, listening & feedback, criticism & evaluation (3 college credits).




Information Technology


This workshop provides students with an overview of information systems including hardware and software components, networking, database management, and issues related to privacy, security and ethics (3 college credits).




Principles of Human Communication


This workshop will introduce you to communication principles, common communication practices, and a selection of theories to better understand the communication transactions that you experience in your daily life (3 college credits).





Day 2: Humanities

English Composition I


This workshop in English Composition I will help you develop the quality writing skills necessary for success in college and in your future career (3 college credits).




English Composition II


Our popular English Composition II course acts as a continuation of lessons learned in English Composition I, focusing on writing analysis and argument (3 college credits).




Public Speaking


This workshop prepares you for the DSST Principles of Public Speaking, which tests for knowledge of audience analysis, purposes of speeches, structure/organization, content/supporting materials, research, language & style, delivery, communication apprehension, listening & feedback, criticism & evaluation (3 college credits).




Information Technology


This workshop provides students with an overview of information systems including hardware and software components, networking, database management, and issues related to privacy, security and ethics (3 college credits).




Principles of Human Communication


This workshop will introduce you to communication principles, common communication practices, and a selection of theories to better understand the communication transactions that you experience in your daily life (3 college credits).





Day 3: Social Sciences

English Composition I


This workshop in English Composition I will help you develop the quality writing skills necessary for success in college and in your future career (3 college credits).




English Composition II


Our popular English Composition II course acts as a continuation of lessons learned in English Composition I, focusing on writing analysis and argument (3 college credits).




Public Speaking


This workshop prepares you for the DSST Principles of Public Speaking, which tests for knowledge of audience analysis, purposes of speeches, structure/organization, content/supporting materials, research, language & style, delivery, communication apprehension, listening & feedback, criticism & evaluation (3 college credits).




Information Technology


This workshop provides students with an overview of information systems including hardware and software components, networking, database management, and issues related to privacy, security and ethics (3 college credits).




Principles of Human Communication


This workshop will introduce you to communication principles, common communication practices, and a selection of theories to better understand the communication transactions that you experience in your daily life (3 college credits).





Day 4: Writing and Communication

English Composition I


This workshop in English Composition I will help you develop the quality writing skills necessary for success in college and in your future career (3 college credits).




English Composition II


Our popular English Composition II course acts as a continuation of lessons learned in English Composition I, focusing on writing analysis and argument (3 college credits).




Public Speaking


This workshop prepares you for the DSST Principles of Public Speaking, which tests for knowledge of audience analysis, purposes of speeches, structure/organization, content/supporting materials, research, language & style, delivery, communication apprehension, listening & feedback, criticism & evaluation (3 college credits).




Information Technology


This workshop provides students with an overview of information systems including hardware and software components, networking, database management, and issues related to privacy, security and ethics (3 college credits).




Principles of Human Communication


This workshop will introduce you to communication principles, common communication practices, and a selection of theories to better understand the communication transactions that you experience in your daily life (3 college credits).





Day 5: Science and Math

Macroeconomics


In the Macroeconomics workshop, you will study international issues in today's global economy as well as core concepts like supply and demand, economic measures, growth, employment, and inflation (3 college credits).




Microeconomics


This workshop will help you understand opportunity costs, the importance of competition, and how demand and supply work to determine equilibrium price and quantity in perfectly competitive markets and under monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly (3 college credits).




Organizational Behavior


From leadership theories and styles to conflict management and negotiation to team building and change management, this workshop is designed to provide students with an opportunity to explore the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations within today’s dynamic work environment (3 college credits).




Principles of Supervision


This workshop covers management functions, planning, organization & staffing, directing at the supervisory level, legal issues, stress management, union environments, quality concerns (3 college credits).




Media Ethics and the Law


This workshop introduces First Amendment history and press freedom, law, and theory; media regulation and policy; relationship between law and ethics; key ethical issues in professional communications (3 college credits).





Day 6: Electives

English Composition I


This workshop in English Composition I will help you develop the quality writing skills necessary for success in college and in your future career (3 college credits).




English Composition II


Our popular English Composition II course acts as a continuation of lessons learned in English Composition I, focusing on writing analysis and argument (3 college credits).




Public Speaking


This workshop prepares you for the DSST Principles of Public Speaking, which tests for knowledge of audience analysis, purposes of speeches, structure/organization, content/supporting materials, research, language & style, delivery, communication apprehension, listening & feedback, criticism & evaluation (3 college credits).




Information Technology


This workshop provides students with an overview of information systems including hardware and software components, networking, database management, and issues related to privacy, security and ethics (3 college credits).




Principles of Human Communication


This workshop will introduce you to communication principles, common communication practices, and a selection of theories to better understand the communication transactions that you experience in your daily life (3 college credits).





Day 7: Business

Macroeconomics


In the Macroeconomics workshop, you will study international issues in today's global economy as well as core concepts like supply and demand, economic measures, growth, employment, and inflation (3 college credits).




Microeconomics


This workshop will help you understand opportunity costs, the importance of competition, and how demand and supply work to determine equilibrium price and quantity in perfectly competitive markets and under monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly (3 college credits).




Organizational Behavior


From leadership theories and styles to conflict management and negotiation to team building and change management, this workshop is designed to provide students with an opportunity to explore the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations within today’s dynamic work environment (3 college credits).




Principles of Supervision


This workshop covers management functions, planning, organization & staffing, directing at the supervisory level, legal issues, stress management, union environments, quality concerns (3 college credits).




Media Ethics and the Law


This workshop introduces First Amendment history and press freedom, law, and theory; media regulation and policy; relationship between law and ethics; key ethical issues in professional communications (3 college credits).





You're about to embark on one of the the best opportunities of life - an opportunity to finish college even if you're still in high school. Don’t think about it - just get started.

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