Yes, because freshman entry and lower division transfer is often treated the same. For both, they require HS transcripts, SAT/ACT scores (if any) and college transcripts, if any courses were taken, less than 60 semester units. Just be sure to take classes that will transfer. A great tool would be assist.org. Some JCs offer high school-jump start programs where you complete the last 2 years of HS in the CC level setting, and these 2 years are the same as the 2 years you would have to take in college anyway! And those units transfer, but you will be considered an upper division transfer... not a freshman applicant. This option is great if you want to save 2 years of school and upper division transfer is a lot easier than trying to get into a college at the freshman level. It is possible to do this. However, unless the courses from the community college will transfer to the university, you may be spinning your wheels. This is because the university could require the same courses for your degree! Many community colleges have agreements with universities and so have a list of courses that will transfer. The answer varies widely depending on the college in question. Many (probably) most will be fine with it, but the safest thing to do is always to ask them directly.
Official SAT scores and application fees are required for freshman classes.
A local community college or university should offer some classes in photography. Art schools or community art centers are another resource for finding these classes.
Generally a University has degrees that take four years or longer to obtain. Community colleges usually offer the first two years of classes of university study. They also offer classes leading to a trade.
You can take CSI classes at your local community college or university. You can also takes CSI classes online although you have to make sure the classes are legitimate.
If you already know your major, you would go to an advisor at the school to find out what the course of study is. The program includes specific classes you must have as well as some electives. After that, you choose the order, for the most part, in which you will take the classes. Probably most of your freshman classes are going to be the basics of English, science, language and so on.
About 90 students are in a class at the university of minnesota in Saint Paul. The prerequisite classes that freshman mostly take can get up to 500 students. When you get into you major classes the class size is way smaller. My business classes are only 15 to 20 students. I personally prefer big classes though. They are easier because so many kids do poorly and that forces the teacher to curve the class more. If possible take big classes!
There are plenty of university, community college, and vocational schools that offer accounting class online. I look at the University of Phoenix for accounting classes as an example.
just your standard cooking classes at a university or community college
There are ways for you to learn English. The best place to go to would be your local community college or university to see if they offer classes that may suit your schedule.
It will cost anywhere from $100 to $500. Most community college classes are cheaper than typical university classes.
It is not hard taking all the honor classes as a freshman year in high school.