Catholic University offers dual enrollment courses to eligible high school students, allowing students to earn Catholic University credits before the official start of their undergraduate studies. Students are limited to two courses (six credits) in any term.
The cost is $225 per credit (3-credit courses will cost $675) and all courses will be taught online. These are regular sections of Catholic University classes and space is limited. Availability will be determined after the University’s students complete their registration process.
Students interested in applying for Dual Enrollment classes must complete the application and submit a current high school transcript including the most recent grades from the first three years of high school and the academic schedule for the senior year. Students must be on track to complete their junior year of high school to be eligible to enroll. Applicants are encouraged to provide first-, second-, and third-choice classes, and to indicate whether they wish to take one class or two. Registration approvals will take place on a rolling basis, based on course availability, until the start of each term. There is no application fee.
Summer sessions have various term lengths, The first term begins on May 10 and the final term ends on August 17.
|Number||Course Name||Instructor||Modality||Session||Session I or II||Start Date|
|DR 205-L1||Into to Speech Comms||Morra, Thomas||Online & Asynchronous||ON2||Asynchronous||6/27-8/13|
|MUS 131-L1||Music Literature||Rohde, Tom||Online & Asynchronous||ON2||Asynchronous||6/27-8/13|
|POL 112-L1||Intro Comparative Politics||Quirk, James||Online & Asynchronous||ON2||Asynchronous||6/27-8/13|
|SOC 101-01||Introduction to Sociology||Tamborini, Christopher||Online||ON2||Wed 5:30-8:30 PM||6/27-8/13|
|SSS 101-01||Intro to Social Work||Daughtery, Laura||Online||26||T R 11:10 AM-1PM||6/27-8/6|
|ENGR 106-26||Computer Aided Engineering Tools||Behrman, Gregory||Online||26||TWR 10AM-12:05PM||6/27-8/6|
|ART 211-01||History of Art I||Turnbow, Heather||Online||DD||MTR 10AM-12:05PM||7/5-8/13|
|MHU 235-01||History of Media in the US||TBA||Online & Asynchronous||ON2||Asynchronous||6/27-8/13|
|Anth 108-01||Introduction to Archeology||Samuels, Joshua||Asynchronous||ON2||Asynchronous||6/27-8/06|
|ANTH||105||01||3.00||Human Evolution||2311||2:10 PM||3:25 PM|
|CSC||113||2||3.00||Intro to Comp Prog w/MATLAB||1962||3:40 PM||4:55 PM|
|CSC||113||3||3.00||Intro to Comp Prog w/MATLAB||1987||5:10 PM||6:25 PM|
|ECON||100||01||3.00||Fundamentals of Economics||5074||3:40 PM||4:55 PM|
|ECON||100||02||3.00||Fundamentals of Economics||4295||5:10 PM||6:25 PM|
|ECON||101||01||3.00||Principles of Macroeconomics||4275||3:40 PM||4:55 PM|
|ENGR||106||01||3.00||Computer Aided Engineer. Tools||2014||3:40 PM||4:55 PM|
|HIST||140||01||3.00||Travel and Tourism in Latin Am||4364||2:10 PM||4:40 PM|
|HIST||146||01||3.00||Electing the President||5314||2:10 PM||4:40 PM|
|HIST||226||01||3.00||British Empire, 1750-1970||5228||3:40 PM||6:10 PM|
|MATH||114||05||3.00||Probability and Statistics||4507||2:10 PM||3:25 PM|
|MUS||123||34||2.00||Harmony I||2419||3:40 PM||4:30 PM|
|POL||111||01||3.00||Intro to American Government||4133||3:40 PM||4:55 PM|
|POL||111||03||3.00||Intro to American Government||4135||3:40 PM||4:55 PM|
|SOC||101||01||3.00||Introduction to Sociology||4730||2:10 PM||4:40 PM|
|SSS||223||01||3.00||Human Behavior & Soc Envmnt I||1653||2:10 PM||3:25 PM|