Dual Enrollment Classes – Associate Degree Tracks

Dual Enrollment Associate Degree Tracks

Through our accredited, online dual enrollment program, students can track toward earning an associate degree through Liberty University upon the completion of all high school coursework. Students working on the associate degree track will follow specific requirements to ensure they meet both high school graduation standards and will have earned college credits that align with an associate degree awarded by Liberty University. As a result of taking college courses during 11th and 12th grade, students will save both time and money on their bachelor’s degree, regardless of which university they decide to attend.

This full-time, year-round online dual enrollment program begins the summer after their 10th grade year and is completed by May of their 12th grade year. The entire program can be completed from the comfort of your own home, as all of our dual enrollment classes are online. Each college course a student successfully completes on these tracks fulfills a requirement for high school graduation and also aligns with an associate degree awarded by Liberty University following high school graduation.

 

Starting this school year, LUOA is offering 8 unique associate degree tracks outlined below. Students should follow coursework in the 9th and 10th grades as closely as possible to ensure a seamless transition into our dual enrollment program. The degree tracks below align with associate degrees offered by Liberty University, and they have been tailored to ensure all high school requirements are met for graduation.

Click on the images below to see which track best suits the needs for your student. If you are unsure of a degree track at the bachelor’s level, we would recommend pursuing the Interdisciplinary Studies track (listed below), as it provides some flexibility in scheduling.

 

*Please note that students must earn all college credits through Liberty University Online Academy’s dual enrollment program. Outside credits through CLEP or transferring from another institution must be approved by administration (max of 2 courses).

 

 

Business

Interdisciplinary Studies

 

Criminal Justice

Paralegal Studies

 

Education

Psychology

 

Information Systems

Religion

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