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Technology Intensive Concurrent Enrollment (TICE) is a collaborative program sponsored by the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) and the Utah System of Education (USOE). TICE courses are “technology intensive” meaning they are designed as a hybrid blend of teaching and learning activities that take place in class and online. They are also “concurrent enrollment” so qualified high school juniors and seniors may enroll and earn credit in one of the institutions in the Utah System of High Education (USHE) as well as meet graduation requirements from their high school. This website provides an overview of the TICE program and information on how Utah students, teachers, and schools may participate.
The hybrid design has the advantage of engaging public school teachers to facilitate the courses when offered for concurrent enrollment credit. USHE institutions are encouraged to use the course materials and assessments in their regular college courses. In this way, the common course materials and assessments can provide a close connection between concurrent enrollment and regular college courses to ensure a seamless system of course articulation and transfer credit.
Loretta Palmer serves within the Utah System of Higher Education as project coordinator for the technology-intensive concurrent enrollment (TICE) project. Dr. Palmer formerly served as an Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs at Utah Valley University where she supported the university’s efforts in Concurrent Enrollment, Distance Education, the International Office and undergraduate research and service learning. She is a professor of mathematics.