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Ball State introduces new dual credit opportunities for high school students

MUNCIE, Ind. - Some high school students will soon have the option to take more dual credit classes. Ball State University is offering the 30-credit Indiana College Core Curriculum to hoosier high school students this fall.

According to a press release from the university, these dual credit courses can be taken as a part of the student’s high school schedule and later applied toward a Ball State Bachelor’s program; therefore, these courses would accelerate progress toward a Ball State University Bachelor’s degree or transferred to a regionally accredited college or university.

Educators who teach dual credit courses on-site are approved as Ball State adjunct faculty. Dual credit online courses are taught by Ball State professors.

To learn more, you can visit the Ball State dual credit program website.

Contact Zach Kettell with questions or comments at zachary.kettell@bsu.edu.