The Dual Enrollment Program is offered to juniors and seniors in high school. These students can be in either a public school, private school, or homeschool setting. The purpose of the Dual Enrollment Program is to offer high school and college credits for the enrolled student. Thus, the student upon completing college classes will receive both high school and college credits.
Some of the application requirements necessitate that the applicant be currently enrolled in a high school, have an outstanding high school record, and show proof of completion of the 10th grade. In addition, he/she must be at least 16 years of age. Students who are juniors and are admitted into the program may complete 3 credit hours per semester and enrolled seniors may complete up to 6 credit hours per semester.
If the student is in the public school system, he/she is asked to first meet with the school’s guidance counselor for more information about the Dual Enrollment Program. In addition, it would greatly benefit the high school or homeschooled student to contact the Admissions Office at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary as to which classes are available for dual credit. Furthermore, if the prospective student is interested in the Dual Enrollment Program, he/she must fill out a credit-only application, which can be obtained from the Admissions Office at Southeastern or Southeastern’s website.
The student can also take College Level Examination Program (CLEP) classes to receive college and high school credit. Credit will be awarded to students earning a minimum qualifying score equivalent to a grade of C in accordance with the
“Credit-Granting Recommendations” on the College Board website for specific classes following CLEP examinations (see College at Southeastern’s online catalogue for details).
For more information concerning the Dual Enrollment Program at the College at Southeastern, please contact the Admissions Department: