Dual Enrollment Program
In an effort to provide increased opportunities for college-bound high school students, enrollment in Southeastern's Dual Enrollment Program affords students the opportunity to earn high school credit and Southeastern credit simultaneously while remaining in the familiar environment of high school.
Participation in Southeastern's Dual Enrollment Program provides students a head start on their collegiate career while completing high school. Since many college students require more than four years to complete a degree, completion of college work while in high school affords the opportunity to complete college degrees in a shorter period of time thereby decreasing the cost of a college education. Students are allowed to earn a maximum of 27 credits through Southeastern's Dual Enrollment Program.
Courses being offered during 2018-2019 include:
- American History I and II (Hist 201/202)
- Calculus--applied (Math 163)
- ChemistryI and II (Chem 101/102)
- College Algebra (Math 161)
- English (Engl 101 and 102)
- French I, II and III (Fren 101/102/201)
- General Biology I and II (Gbio 151/153)
- Music Appreciation (Mus 151)
- Psychology (Psyc 101)
- Public Speaking (Comm 211)
- Sociology (Soc 101)
- Spanish I, II, and III (Span 101/102/201)
- Statistics (Math 241)
- Trigonometry (Math 162)
- TV Production (Comm 257)
- Western Civilization I and II (Hist 101/102)
Southeastern's Dual Enrollment program is available to high school students from public and non-public schools and will continue to be administered on high school campuses as hybrid courses with all content delivered online OR face-to-face by Southeastern faculty. High school teachers serve as facilitators in the classroom by assisting with registration and enrollment, proctoring exams as necessary, and through supplemental instruction, serving as daily learning resources for students as they assimilate course content. Southeastern does not provide any Dual Enrollment coursework on its Hammond campus or at any of its satellite facilities and is not available to Home-School students. Below are additional opportunities for high school and home school students to get a jump start on college- and university-level course work with an on-campus experience at Southeastern during the summer and the school year (details here):
Gifted and Talented Program
Early Admission Program
Once again it is with great pleasure that I welcome you to Southeastern's Dual Enrollment Program. We are excited about the opportunities that are being provided to the high school students of our region and extremely proud of the work that the high school teachers and our university professors are doing to provide students with challenging academic experiences that will prepare them to be successful in college and beyond. We look forward to working with you.
Jeffrey Temple, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Academic Programs
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