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Accepted Dual Enrollment students may take courses online or on campus during summer, fall, and spring terms (SU, FA, SP). Courses listed below are offered all three terms unless otherwise noted. Rising juniors and seniors may also take courses during our residential Summer Scholars program.

Before registering for classes, students must apply, be accepted for admission, and meet with their Dual Enrollment advisor.

Cedarville University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, thus, college credits earned at Cedarville are eligible to transfer to any other accredited institution of higher learning in the United States. For more information, see transferability of credits.

Dual Enrollment Courses

Available online or on campus

Credits earned are noted in parentheses. eg: (3)

*Courses with an asterisk are not College Credit Plus (CCP) eligible courses.

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Business and Engineering
English, Literature and Communication
Math/Quantitative Electives
Nursing (High School Seniors Only)

On-Campus CCP Level 1 Courses 

Available on campus only

Please see the current course schedule for meeting times and view our academic catalog for course descriptions. If you are seeking a course not listed below, please contact your Dual Enrollment advisor.

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Social Science

Prerequisites and Proficiency Requirements

Courses with prerequisites must be taken in a sequence. Courses with proficiency requirements require that students provide test scores to demonstrate that they are proficient in the course subject matter before enrolling.

While Cedarville University allows test optional admissions, students are still required to meet proficiency requirements before enrolling in English and math courses. Dual Enrollment students can meet this requirement by submitting standardized test scores, by taking the Accuplacer exam online, or by taking the ACT OnCampus .

Please contact the Dual Enrollment office if you have questions regarding testing.

Minimum test scores to demonstrate proficiency for these courses include:

 ENG-1400 CompositionMath Courses
ACTEnglish: 21Math: 19
SATReading/Writing: 550Quantitative: 530
CLTCombined Verbal/Grammar: 52Quantitative: 20
AccuplacerWritePlacer: 6Next Gen Exam for Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics: 250
CLEPCollege Composition: 59College Algebra: 53
TransferPlease contact if you have taken an English or math course at another college to learn if that course will meet proficiency requirements. You must earn a C- or higher to transfer a course to Cedarville.


Transferability of Credits

Understanding how credits transfer can be particularly important for dual-enrolled students who may not yet know where they plan to attend college after high school.

How dual credits transfer to Cedarville

If you have taken or plan to take courses at another college or university, please see our information for transfer students or contact for a credit evaluation.

How Cedarville credits transfer to another institution

Cedarville University offers excellent undergraduate, graduate, and online degree programs. However, should you decide to pursue undergraduate studies at another institution, you can feel confident that college credits earned at Cedarville are eligible to transfer to any other accredited institution of higher learning in the United States. Cedarville is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Please note that it is up to the college that will grant your degree to determine how your credits will count. Transfer policies differ from one institution to another.

Students should work closely with their Dual Enrollment advisor when planning to transfer credits.