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Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Course Offerings and Descriptions

Dual Credit / Dual Enrollment Opportunities

A complete list of Dual Credit Courses and Descriptions is available for download.  The MSSU Schedule of Classes is designed to aid dual enrollment students, instructors, and coordinators with the course enrollment process.

Application & Registration Instructions for Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Courses

Application and enrollment information is available in detail in the Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Handbook or on the MSSU Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Apply Here webpage.

Partnering High School Dual Credit Opportunities

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.  

Students may enroll in dual credit and dual enrollment courses during the same term.  If your high school is not listed below as a partnering institution or if your high school is listed below, but does not offer dual credit for the course you are interested in, please check out our dual enrollment opportunities. 

The Courses tab in will show you courses available for dual credit at your high school.

Dual Enrollment Opportunities

Dual enrollment enables qualified high school students to take University-level courses that are 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).  Students wishing to take a dual enrollment course on the campus of Missouri Southern State University should consult the Class Schedules section of the University website, and then consult with the Office of Academic Outreach for specific class availability.

Courses listed below are:

  • available to all eligible Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment students.
  • delivered to students online.
  • taught by MSSU Faculty.

Students should check with their high school to see if high school credit will be given for courses in this section.

Subject & Number Course Title
ENG 101 English Composition I
ENG 102 English Composition II
COMM 100 Oral Communication
MATH 130 College Algebra
MATH 135 Trigonometry
KINE 103 Lifetime Wellness
HIST 110 U.S. History 1492-1877
HIST 120 U.S. History 1877-Present
PSC 120 American Government
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology
PSY 100 General Psychology
MUS 110 Music Appreciation
TH 110 Theatre Appreciation
SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish I
SPAN 102 Beginning Spanish II
SPAN 203 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 204 Intermediate Spanish II

Career Pathway Academies

The Career Pathway Academy Program provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while exploring a career path.  Each academy is specifically designed to allow students to simultaneously explore an existing MSSU academic program while completing courses within the general education requirements.  Course sequences may be completed in one or two years.  Academies are available in Business, Computer Information Science, Criminal Justice, Teacher Education, Industrial Engineering Technology, Pre-Engineering, Health Science, Liberal Arts, and Pre-Medicine.  Contact the Office of Academic Outreach or click on the Schedule of Classes at the top of this page for more information.