Senior Graphic Design Major
The mission of the MSSU Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Program, in collaboration with area high schools, is to provide geographically feasible and affordable access to quality university-level undergraduate education to high school students in order to enrich the high school educational experience as well as foster a smooth transition from high school to a four-year university.
This site is designed to highlight information about dual credit and dual enrollment opportunities available at MSSU. All policies and procedures for this program can be found within the Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Handbook, or by contacting the Office of Academic Outreach.
Dual credit enables qualified high school students to take University-level courses taught by qualified high school instructors. Students simultaneously receive academic credit for the course from both the high school and MSSU.
Dual enrollment enables qualified high school students to take University-level courses taught by an MSSU Faculty member while simultaneously enrolled in the high school and MSSU. Credit is typically only awarded at the university level; however, students may be eligible to earn high school credit for such courses with approval from the high school district. Dual enrollment opportunities at MSSU will likely be delivered to the student through a distance learning delivery mode (online).
|Mode of Delivery||Dual Credit||Dual Enrollment|
|High school faculty teaches at the high school campus (traditional format)||X|
|High school student enrolls in online class taught by University faculty member||X||X|
|High school student enrolls in on-campus class taught by University faculty member||X||X|
|University faculty member teaches at the high school campus||X||X|
|University faculty member teaches through interactive television (ITV)||X||X|