Associate Degree Tracks

Earn College Credit With an Associate Degree Track!

Through our accredited, online Dual Enrollment program, students can work toward an associate degree through Liberty University Online while completing all their high school coursework. By taking college courses during 11th and 12th grade, students can save time and money towards earning an undergraduate degree. Each college course that a student successfully completes provides both high school and college credit that can align with an associate degree awarded by Liberty University.



Associate Tracks for Full-Time LUOA Students

LUOA offers 15 unique associate degree tracks that align with associate degrees offered by Liberty University, and they have been tailored to ensure all high school requirements are met for graduation with LUOA.

Click on the links below to learn more about available options. If your student is unsure of their interests, we recommend pursuing the Interdisciplinary Studies track, as it provides the most flexibility in scheduling.


Click on each school year below to see degree completion plans.


Please note that students must earn all college credits through Liberty University Online Academy’s Dual Enrollment program. Outside credits (such as through CLEP or another institution) must be approved by the administration (max of 2 courses).





  • Your student can earn their high school diploma from an accredited high school and progress towards an associate degree simultaneously.
  • LUOA’s academic advisors will help your student schedule his or her courses.
  • Liberty University Online (LUO)’s Degree Completion Plans make it easy to determine exactly which courses are needed if you choose to continue with LUO after graduating from LUOA.
  • Once your student is accepted into the Dual Enrollment program, they are locked into that Degree Completion Plan year. This means that if the degree requirements change in future years, your student will not need to adjust their schedule. LUOA and Liberty University have an agreement that allows full-time students to follow old degree requirements if there are updates that would otherwise change their schedules.
  • Interact with college professors and become acquainted with the rigor of college coursework.

  • LUOA graduates can qualify for a 15% tuition discount if they continue their studies at LUO.


Liberty University Online Academy has worked with Liberty University Online to create several collaborative programs that allow students to take a multitude of college-level classes while in high school. Please click the Associate Tracks tab on the Dual Enrollment Courses page to see a breakdown of course descriptions and prerequisites for each track.



Students looking to take online college courses in high school have several options. LUOA offers dual enrollment courses year-round in 8 different start dates. Those that meet the admissions requirements can begin taking courses once they complete 10th grade. The entire program can be completed from the comfort of home, as all of our Dual Enrollment classes are offered online.


LUOA has a robust offering of dual enrollment associate degree and certificate tracks. These options are for full-time students only and have the ability to fast-track your student into a specific field or future bachelor’s degree.


Additionally, LUOA has an A-La-Carte option of taking dual enrollment courses that is open for both full-time and part-time students. These students are able to hand-select their Dual Enrollment courses and earn up to 36 college credits. Please review our Dual Enrollment page for more information. By taking individual courses, your student will be able to pick and choose courses that best fit their goals while earning college credit!

Ready to Get Started?

We recommend starting with LUOA in the 9th and 10th grade, even as a part-time student, so that your student can begin to learn how to be successful through our online education platform. We are happy to help you with your first steps to get started today!  


For more information, contact our Admissions Office.

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