Milpitas Unified School District has partnered with San Jose City College/Evergreen Community College District to offer college and career pathways for our MUSD high school Juniors and Seniors. Please see below to review the pathway options, consider the benefits of Dual Enrollment, and to find out how to sign up for this excellent opportunity.
Milpitas Middle College High School
This small, innovative high school on a college campus includes the following pathways: Health Science, Education/Social Work, Business Administration
Dual Enrollment IGETC Pathway
The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) is a series of high interest courses that California Community College students may complete to satisfy the lower-division breadth/general education requirements before transferring to either the California State University or most colleges and majors at UC campuses.
Dual Enrollment Technest Pathway
In collaboration with MIT (CIS 106: Introduction to Computer Coding Using Python), UC Berkeley (CIS 107: Data Science), Renesas and the Microfacturing Institutes (CIS 108: Internet of Things), and BUS 068: Entrepreneurship, students will have access to a Computer Science Curriculum and earn an Emerging Tech Entrepreneur Certificate.
Dual Enrollment Education/Social Work Pathway
This pathway provides the opportunity for students to earn 24 college credits including the 12 units required to earn an ECE certificate. In addition to immediate access to jobs in childcare related facilities, this pathway also provides a foundation for students pursuing baccalaureate study in TK-12 education; child psychology; children, youth, and family services; child advocacy; social work and other social sciences.
Potential Dual Enrollment Benefits:
Reduced time required post high school to finish a college degree
Provides students with a supportive start to the college experience
Students and families save money on college tuition and textbooks (All Dual Enrollment courses and materials, including texts, are provided at no cost to the student.)
Students have access to college counseling and advising
Grades and credits are posted to both their high school and college transcripts (so they earn double credit)
Students may explore fields of study that help them decide on a major
Student have access to courses currently not available to them in high school
Students have access to tutoring, study groups, and other academic support
How do I sign up?
Complete this form indicating the pathway you are interested in joining this Fall.
Follow this link to apply to the Fall 2023 semester: https://www.sjcc.edu/
Be prepared to receive an email in 24 hours of submission
If you completed your application and do not receive your 7 - Digit San Jose City College Student ID #, feel free to contact Mr. Castro (Michael.Castro@sjcc.edu)
Complete an R40 form (this is available at the SJCC extension or you can email email@example.com to request it)
Be prepared to attend an orientation in August.
If you haven’t already communicated your interest to your high school counselor, please email them (and copy Ms. Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org)