Through our accredited, online Dual Enrollment program, students can work toward an associate degree through Liberty University Online while completing all high school coursework. By taking college courses during 11th and 12th grade, students can save both time and money on their bachelor’s 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.
When should my student get started?
What associate degrees are available?
My student is not planning to graduate high school with LUOA; do you offer part-time options?
Yes! Part-time students not graduating with LUOA can still take up to 36 college credits through the Dual Enrollment program; however, your student will have to take these courses through our A-La-Carte option. By taking individual courses, your student will be able to pick and choose courses that best fit their goals while earning college credit!
Check out some of the features of our A-La-Carte course offerings:
Can my student earn college credits through Dual Enrollment but not pursue an associate degree?
Absolutely! Students are able to hand-select their Dual Enrollment courses and earn up to 60 college credits. Please review our Dual Enrollment page for more information.
Where can I view descriptions of each course?
Please click the Associate Tracks tab on the Dual Enrollment Courses page to see a breakdown of course descriptions and prerequisites for each track.
Click on the school year below to see Degree Completion Plans effective for each year:
Graduation plans are effective for students starting in the 2018/2019 school year.
Graduation plans are effective for students starting in the 2019/2020 school year.
Graduation plans are effective for students starting in the 2020/2021 school year.
Degree Completion Plans are effective for students starting in the 2021/2022 school year.
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).