Start by filling out our online application. We also require you to submit official high school transcripts (and test scores
Enrollment application materials must be received by 5:00pm on Thursday, August 15th, 2021 to allow for adequate processing time.
Please note: Students will not be admitted or registered for dual enrollment courses after the
KCAD semester begins.
Frequently Asked Questions
What classes can I take?
Students eligible to participate in high school dual enrollment can enroll in freshmen
level (and sometimes sophomore level) college courses.We’ll work with you to identify which classes fit your needs, schedule, and future
How long do classes last?
Courses last 15 weeks and are offered during the Fall and Spring semesters.
What do I need to apply? Do I need a portfolio?
You’ll need to submit an online application and high school transcripts. You don’t need to submit a portfolio. In fact, Dual Enrollment is a great opportunity to build your skills and develop your
Students will learn to create three-dimensional objects and environments for a variety
of media and entertainment applications
Students will learn to create audio for multimedia design and entertainment arts.
This course introduces the concepts of design, problem statements, problem-solving,
and multiple iterations of design solutions using a variety of hand and digital tools.
Design work is documented through journaling and photography with an introduction
to manually adjustable digital (DSLR) camera use and lighting.
This course is an introduction to sketching, drawing as observation, and conceptualization
through eye-hand coordination. Methods include freehand drawing using fundamental
perspective principles and quick-sketch techniques. An emphasis will be placed on
linear construction with concern for accurate proportion in addition to accurate use
of value, light, and shadow. This course will employ the use of live models (clothed
and/or nude) to study scale, proportion, and composition.