Dual Enrollment is a program that allows high school students to enroll in college-level courses while still in high school. Students take approved courses, taught by our teachers at RHS.  Students enrolled in our dual enrollment courses may also register with the participating college and receive college credits at reduced tuition.  This is an excellent way for our students to get a feel for college level learning. 

    Randolph High School currently partners with the County College of Morris, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Rider University, to offer students the opportunity to earn college credits in approved dual enrollment courses. These courses are taught at RHS by our staff. Dual enrollment enables high school students to gauge their ability to do college work prior to full-time college study. Upon successful completion of a dual enrollment course, students are awarded college transcripts that record credits earned. These credits are transferable to hundreds of colleges and universities nationwide.  




    Dual Enrollment and Pathway Programs

    Interested students must complete a registration form and adhere to the rules and policies Randolph High School and the participating college. All registration forms are coordinated through the department supervisros and classroom teachers.  


    BUS110  Accounting II Honors – with Fairleigh Dickinson University. 

    Open to studenst in grades 10, 11, 12

    BUS140  Business Principles Honors – with Fairleigh Dickinson University. 

    Open to students in gardes 11, 12

    OPT145  Tomorrow’s Teachers – with Rider University. 

    Open to students in gardes 11, 12

    OPT500 General Psychology - with County College of Morris. 

    Open to students in gardes 11, 12

    SCI840 Botany - with County College of Morris. 

    Open to students in gardes 11, 12


    ACCOUNTING II HONORS      BUS110      Grades 10, 11,12           Full Year 

    Students will learn advanced concepts and procedures in accounting using a college level textbook. Students will analyze financial statements, compete in the New Jersey Stock Market Game and the H&R Block Budget Challenge where they will prepare a personal budget. Students will learn about corporate ethics and investigate the effects of alleged corporate greed on our society. Students will be given the opportunity to enroll in the Fairleigh Dickinson Middle College program where they may earn three college credit hours from Fairleigh Dickinson University. These credits can be transferred to many accredited colleges throughout the U.S. Tuition fees apply for the Fairleigh Dickinson Middle College Program. 


    Prerequisite: Minimum grade average of B in Accounting I 


    BUSINESS PRINCIPLES HONORS     BUS140     Grades 11,12           Full Year 

    This course is designed to assist students in understanding business so that they can use business principles throughout their lives. Students learn about ethics, management, economics, marketing, production, entrepreneurship, leadership, and more. Students will explore the free market society along with the integration of global issues. At the end of this course students can use their management skills and general business knowledge wherever they go and in whatever career they pursue – including government agencies, charities and social causes. Students may earn 3 college credits through Fairleigh Dickinson’s Middle College Program by successfully completing this course with a C or better. Tuition fees apply for the Fairleigh Dickinson Middle College Program. 

    Prerequisite: Minimum grade average of B in Marketing I, Accounting I, or AP Economics 


    General Psychology   SOC700     Grades 11,12           Full Year

    This full-year elective, open to all students, presents the science of psychology. In each section, the student is offered greater insight into the motivations, thought patterns, emotions and behaviors of human beings. Students are expected to actively participate in classroom discussions and activities. Topics include comparative psychology, the structure and function of the brain, normal and abnormal childhood development, adolescent behavior, neuroses (phobias, manias, depression, anorexia, and bulimia), psychoses (schizophrenia, manic depressive, psychosis, etc.), and dream analysis. Students may earn 3 college credits through County College of Morris.  Tuition and fees apply. 


    BOTANY SCI840 Grades 11, 12 Full Year

    This course provides an introductory study of botany including the topics of plant anatomy, growth and development, reproduction, photosynthesis and respiration, and a survey of diversity within the plant kingdom including angiosperms, gymnosperms, bryophytes and ferns. Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to: Identify the anatomical parts of plants and describe their functions; Identify the features of a plant cell and describe their functions; Explain the significance of the photosynthetic reactions; Explain the differences and ecological significance of C3, C4 and CAM pathways of photosynthesis; Compare and contrast the life cycles of seed plants versus non-seed plants; List the plant hormones and describe what influence they play in plant growth and development; List the characteristics of ten flowering plant families; Give at least five examples of plant adaptation to environmental stress.


    TOMORROW’S TEACHERS    OPT145     Grades 11 and 12          Full Year 

    The “Tomorrow’s Teachers Program” is a full-year course in which students are exposed to four main themes:  Experiencing Learning; Experiencing the Profession; Experiencing the Classroom; and Experiencing Education.  A variety of hands-on activities and a strong emphasis on observations, and field experiences are required. Field experience placements may be at an Elementary School, RMS or RHS. Students may apply to receive college credit through Rider University for completing the Tomorrow’s Teachers Program.