Bring College of Business courses to your high school

Dual Enrollment Opportunities for High School Students

Dual Enrollment is a cost-effective way for high school students to get a head start on college. Students can start their college experience early and enroll in college courses while still in high school, providing them academic experience while often saving them time and money. Dual enrollment is a proven way for determined students to pursue advanced coursework related to their anticipated major.

Asynchronous courses — The CSU College of Business offers dual enrollment through its online offering. All courses are delivered asynchronously as part of the CSU academic calendar. Students take the exact same course as college students do, so courses include assignments, discussions, and quizzes, which are typically due weekly. 

Low cost — CSU has reduced the per credit hour cost of its dual enrollment offerings, and students pay the community college rate of $153.35 per credit hour.

Taught by CSU faculty — The courses are the same as what enrolled college students at CSU take, and as such, credit received for each course is identical to credit received in an on-campus class.

Dual Enrollment — Courses are offered as dual enrollment on an online platform, and do not qualify for concurrent or COF eligible.

Participation — Schools must have an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) on file to participate in dual enrollment. Individual students outside of schools are not eligible.

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Download the course list PDF to learn more about our courses.*

Dual Enrollment Course Options (PDF)

*Please note, courses are subject to change. Contact us to find out more.

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Interested in bringing courses to your high school?

Contact us today to review delivery options and courses, help you identify which one you would like to pursue and guide you through the implementation. School will work with CSU Extended Campus  to establish an agreed upon MOU and payment options. Schools must have an MOU in place to offer courses. 

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