Find out why Dual Enrollment is a better deal than taking AP courses. In this brief video, you'll learn about the benefits of LUOA’s Dual Enrollment program for high school students.
Liberty University Online Academy, in partnership with Liberty University Online, offers a Dual Enrollment program specifically designed for high school juniors and seniors who want to earn college credit while still in high school. Each Dual Enrollment course earns half a credit toward your high school diploma and between 1-4 college credits toward your college degree. The more classes you take in the Dual Enrollment program, the further ahead you will be at any university of your choice! The Dual Enrollment program is available to all eligible high school juniors and seniors; offering two options for these students looking to earn college credit.
The first is an “A La Carte” option. This allows students in 11th and 12th grade to choose and enroll in select college courses. The students will earn high school credit from LUOA and college credit from Liberty University for the same course.
The second is a full-time, year-round program for students desiring to be on track to earn an Associate Degree while earning their high school diploma. Upon successful completion of their LUOA high school graduation requirements, these students will apply to Liberty University and immediately obtain an Associate's Degree. LUOA, together with Liberty University, provides a Christ-centered Dual Enrollment program! Curious about learning more? Check out our digital brochure!
The “A La Carte” option of our Dual Enrollment program gives your student flexibility by being able to take the college courses he or she wants to take throughout different terms in the school year. With the “A La Carte” option, a student can earn as few as 1 or as many as 60 credit hours. This program is perfect for the student looking to supplement their current high school schedule and earn college credit early!
The Associate Degree Track is for the determined student who desires to take a full-time college schedule while still in high school. Your student will graduate high school with LUOA while completing requirements toward an Associate degree. A student considering this track needs to be a dedicated, independent learner willing to take courses year-round. The cost and time savings of the Associate track are definitely worth considering; however, the rigor of the this program is not for every student. We strongly encourage that you speak with one of our Dual Enrollment advisors to help you decide if the “A La Carte” or Associate Degree track is best for your student!
In partnership with Liberty University’s School of Aeronautics, high school students are able to earn college credit while they work toward their private pilot’s license. The student must live close to one of our Flight Training Affiliates to be eligible. For more information, see our online brochure and call our admissions office at 866-418-8741.
You will be assigned an Academic Advisor that will coach you toward which college courses you should take. You could even earn college credit via the College Level Exam Program (CLEP)! Your personal Academic Advisor will help you along the way to ensure your success.
Make your money go further and use your 529 Savings Plan on our already discounted courses. Don’t wait to use it until your student is in college and courses are more expensive. Use your 529 Plan with LUOA’s Dual Enrollment courses now. Just think, you can use your hard earned, tax-free 529 Plan to pay for college courses, discounted 73% through our Dual Enrollment Program, while your student is still in high school!
Enjoy the flexibility and convenience of online courses with our Dual Enrollment program. Study and complete your assignments whenever and wherever you choose. The courses are offered in convenient eight- or sixteen-week sessions with up to eight different enrollment periods every year. Earn your Associate of Arts degree while you're completing your high school diploma and save time and money on your future Bachelor's degree, regardless of where you attend college.
All Course Descriptions (including those not included in the Associate of Arts Track)
Next Start Date