"Trine University Dual Enrollment Program allowed me to take classes on campus and receive dual credit through my high school. By taking courses through the Dual Enrollment Program, I will be able to finish college in 3 1/2 years!"
The Campus Experience
Dual Enrollment Campus Experience students register for current courses held on our main campus (including online). These courses are regular college classes with full-time students enrolled. If you're participating in the Dual Enrollment Program, you will either be given leave from your high school (to attend these classes during the regular school day) or attend in the evening and/or online.
Selection Criteria: Maintain a B average (3.0 on a 4.0 scale; 8.0 on a 12.0 scale), Rank top 1/2 of your class, and submit an ACT or SAT or PSAT record.
There is no application fee for Dual Enrollment. If you are interested in learning more about this program, please fill out our application.
The courses listed below are typical freshman-level college courses that fulfill requirements for every major at Trine University and are transferable to almost any institution. They also fulfill requirements for the Core 40 with Academic Honors Diploma. Listed next to each heading is the amount of hours we recommend you take in that area. This will give you the greatest ability to use these courses toward your intended major at any university.
Business ( 3 credit hours) - examples:
- BA 113 - Business Applications (3 credit hours)
- BA 123 - Business Concepts ( 3 credit hours)
Mathematics (3 or 4 credit hours) - examples:
- MA 103 - Business Algebra (3 credit hours)
- MA 113 - College Algebra (3 credit hours)
- MA 123 - Trigonometry (3 credit hours)
- MA 124 - Pre Calculus (4 credit hours)
- MA 134 - Calculus (4 credit hours)
Science (4 credit hours) - examples:
- BIO 104 - General Biology (4 credit hours)
- CH 104 - General Chemistry (4 credit hours)
Social Sciences (3 credit hours) - examples:
- ECO 213 - Principles of Microeconomics (3 credit hours)
- GOV 113 - Introduction to Government (3 credit hours)
- HIS 103 - American History I (3 credit hours)
- HIS 113 - American History II (3 credit hours)
- HIS 203 - World Civilization I (3 credit hours)
- HIS 213 - World Civilization II (3 credit hours)
- PSY 113 - Principles of Psychology (3 credit hours)
- SOC 103 - Principles of Sociology (3 credit hours)
Humanities Courses (2 or 3 credit hours) - examples:
- ART 253 - Art Appreciation (3 credit hours)
- ENG 103 - English Composition I (3 credit hours)
- ENG 113 - English Composition II (3 Credit hours)
- ENG 153 - Introduction to Literature (3 credit hours)
- MUS 272 - Music Appreciation (2 credit hours)
- SP 203 - Effective Speaking (3 credit hours)