High School Dual Enrollment
Earn college credits while still in high school
An opportunity for qualified Delaware high school students to concurrently earn University of Delaware and high school credits through partnerships between UD Online and partnering high school programs.
- Earn college credits and high school credits at the same time
- Gain experience taking college-level online courses
- Take courses not available at your high school
- Enhance your college applications
Students can enroll in one or more of the designated online courses (see below) offered by the University of Delaware, and taught by University faculty. Students register through their Delaware public high school. All University of Delaware policies and procedures apply.
Requirements for participation
- Access to a PC or Mac with high speed Internet capability and operating system Windows 2000 or later, or a Mac OS 10.3 or later, and ability to download software.
- Exams and, in some cases, computer access must be proctored at the high school for students in courses where proctored exams are used for assessment.
- All University rules, regulations, and academic standards apply.
- To enroll, students need the recommendation of a school district official who will coordinate registration with the University.
A current IEP or section 504 plan does not necessarily guarantee eligibility for disability accommodations at the college level. High school students must meet the University of Delaware’s requirements for documentation of a disability.
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For more information, please call 302-831-8843.
Enrollment in the UD Dual Enrollment Program is available through a special negotiated rate with Delaware school districts. The cost for each UD Dual Enrollment course, per student, is
- Fall 2015-Spring 2016—$640 per course
- Fall 2016-Spring 2017—$640 per course
Available courses through Dual Enrollment
UD Dual Enrollment courses scheduled
These online courses are slated to be offered in the upcoming semesters. (Subject to change.)
Following is the list of University of Delaware online courses that have been designated for the High School Dual Enrollment program. However, not all courses are available every semester. Please contact UD ACCESS Center advisor Michelle Parnell for details (email@example.com).
ANTH 101: Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology (3 credits)
Major ideas and areas of study in social and cultural anthropology. Use of ethnographic data and film to illustrate the anthropologist’s view of societies in their sociocultural and ecological dimensions.
BISC 105: Human Heredity and Development (3 credits)
Heredity and human affairs, pedigree analysis, physical and chemical basis of heredity, heredity and environment, radiation and mutation, heredity and diseases, and birth defects. The course will present some of the major topics of human heredity, including the physical and chemical basis of heredity, Mendelian inheritance, chromosomes, and heredity and disease. The students should obtain a basic understanding of genetics and the background necessary to comprehend current issues of human heredity. Assessment: four exams.
BUAD 100: Introduction to Business (3 credits)
Survey of basic business concepts designed for non-business major. Topics covered include business organization, management, marketing, operations research and finance.
PHIL 100: Philosophies of Life (3 credits)
Survey of selected past and present philosophies that people strive to live by, typically including individualistic, group-oriented, religious, and nonreligious positions. In this course, we examine several views (Platonic, Christian, Marxian, Freudian, etc.) concerning the nature of the human person and society. The first part of the course will survey two classical theories: Plato and Christianity. The second part looks at two modern theories: Marxian and Freud. Finally, feminism, environmentalism, and classical liberalism. We explore what each theory has to say about the universe, the nature of the human person, and the prospects for humanity. Assessment: three exams and one short essay.