Dual Credit / Dual Enrollment

  • Dual credit refers to students earning college and high school credit simultaneously for a course taken either in the high school or on a college campus. Students can earn dual credit on the high school campus through partnerships with a postsecondary institution when specific faculty criteria are met. Depending on the school/program, students also might be able to earn credit on the college campus. Tuition and/or administrative fees might apply. All high schools offer some form of dual-credit opportunities, but courses vary by school. Check with your school guidance counselor or college and career coach for the latest information.

    Postsecondary partners

    BCTCUniversity of Louisville | Morehead State | Murray State | Kentucky State | Western Kentucky |  Campbellsville University 

    Resources

    Kentucky Department of Education dual credit webpage

    KnowHow2Transfer -- To determine course equivalency, search under “Learn how your courses transfer.”

    • Course equivalency guide -- Simply select a community college and a four-year university, and the system will populate a list of transferable courses between those institutions.