The College at Mid-America offers a Bridge Program (Dual Enrollment) that gives options to high school students to earn college credit. Through this program, a high school student may earn up to 24 hours of credit toward a bachelor degree. To earn the full 24 hours of credit, high school students must take four classes during their junior year and four classes during their senior year.
Students must meet the following requirements to participate:
- GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 Scale (B Average)
- A recommendation from the applicant’s principal, guidance counselor, or teacher
Dual Enrollment program classes are follows:
- Introduction to Computing
- Introduction to Research and Writing
- World History 1 and 2
- Applied Mathematics
- Music Appreciation
- Introduction to Literature
- Introduction to Biology
No other undergraduate-level courses will be available to students in the Dual Enrollment program. Classes are available in two different formats:
- Residential Format (in classrooms during the fall and spring semesters)
- Online Format (during the fall and spring semesters)
Tuition for courses in Mid-America’s Dual Enrollment program is the same for all new students and is listed in the Tuition and Fees section. There is no campus fee charge for these students.
To begin in the Dual Enrollment program, a student should contact the Admissions office at The College at Mid-America by phone or email. Students in the Dual Enrollment program will register through the same process as bachelor-level students.