Lapeer Community Schools in collaboration with the University of Michigan-Flint will offer students the Humanities Program. 

Schedule of Dual Enrollment Classes

DEEP courses are taught on a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule each week. 

Academic tutoring is provided for students in Friday tutorial sessions during which attendance is expected.  

DEEP courses are taught during the regular high school academic day, approximately 12:30-1:45PM providing students with time to participate in after-school activities.

DEEP courses generally follow the UM-Flint academic calendar; in the Winter semester, classes are generally not held during the spring break period for Lapeer High School.

Humanities Program (12 Credits)

HIS 114, Twentieth Century World History, 3 credits - Social Sciences. 

Survey of cultural, social, intellectual, economic, and political developments in the twentieth-century world. Special attention will be devoted to imperialism, war and violence, decolonization in the developing world, and the process and effects of globalization.

COM 210, Introduction to Public Speaking, 3 credits - Humanities. 

Students prepare and deliver speeches in class and develop skills of writing, organization, research and delivery.  Students also engage in important public issues, develop an appreciation for ethical methods to approach diverse audiences and become more comfortable speaking in public.  Students will learn skills of argumentation and persuasion in order to be better equipped to use speech as a tool to execute change. 

ARH 112, History of Renaissance to Modern Art, 3 credits - Humanities.

Historical survey of art from the Renaissance to the Modern era.  Covers all media from the western tradition of this time period. 

PSY 100, Principals of Psychology, 3 credits - Social Sciences. 

Introduction to scientific study of behavior and mental processes; major concepts, theoretical perspectives, and research.  Overview of the research process; how psychological questions are generated and studied; research and theory in subfields such as neuroscience, human development, learning, memory, thinking, motivation and individual differences. 


DEEP applications are available in the high school guidance office.  In order to receive full consideration, the application must be completed, signed (parent and student signature required), dated and submitted with updated high school transcripts to your high school guidance office. Late applications will be accepted if space if available.