Any college classes may be counted toward high school credit, if they are approved by the high school authorities. Check with your high school guidance counselor to see how a 3 credit university class counts for your high school’s credit system. Check and see if there are any classes available that you might like to ask your high school authorities about getting credit for taking.
If the course you want to take requires a prerequisite, you must provide proof of having taken the prerequisite course required.
And please remember that for every hour each week spent in class (probably 3) the university system expects students to spend 2 hours outside of class on preparation or homework. That means a total of 9 hours spent studying for a class, or at a class, every week for the 15 weeks that the semester runs. Some students don’t need quite so much time, but this is the accepted average estimate, so be aware that there is a time commitment beyond actual in-class hours.
High school students must have proof of MMR immunizations to be registered for college classes.