Dual Enrollment

Earn Free college credit

Are you currently a Junior or Senior in high school looking to start gaining college credits? If so, this program is for you. Dual Enrollment provides funding for students at a participating eligible public or private high school, or home study program in Georgia. Students take college coursework for credit towards both high school graduation or home study completion and college degree requirements. The program is offered during fall, spring, and summer semester. 


important deadlines & courses offered

SUMMER 2018 SEMESTER

Registration Opens: March 26
Courses Offered:

BIO 110 61 Principles of Biology I
On Campus, MTWR 12:30-4:15 / June 11 - July 20
Course # 26.01200

ECO 102 50 Issues In Macroeconomics

Online / May 14 - June 8 
Course # 45.0A694

ENG 111 60 Analyzing Literature

On Campus, MTWRF 9:35-11:55 / May 14 - June 8 
Course # 23.03400

HIS 125 50  The Emergence of the Modern World
Online / June 11 - July 20
Course #  45.08300

HIS 130 50  The American Experience To 1877 (Full)
Online / May 14 - July 20
Course # 45.08100

HIS 135 50  The American Experience Since 1877
Online / June 25 - August 3
Course # 45.08100

MAT 220 62  Statistical Methods

On Campus, MTWR 1:15-3:05 / June 11 - July 20
Course # 27.0D064

PHI 223 50 Ethics

Online / May 14 - July 6 
Course # 45.01400

PHY 106 60 Astronomy

On Campus, MTWRF 8:30-1:20 / June 20 - July 19
Course # 40.02100

SPA 101 60  Elementary Spanish
On Campus, MTWRF 8:15-10:35  / May 14 - June 8 
Course # 60.07100

SPA 102 62  Elementary Spanish

On Campus, MTWRF 8:15-10:35  / June 20 - July 19
Course # 60.07200

FALL 2018 SEMESTER

Registration Opens: April 9
Registration Deadline:
August 7
Classes start: August 13
Courses Offered:

BIO 110 01  Principles of Biology I 
On Campus, TR 9:45-11:00 W 2:30-5:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 26.01200

BIO 110 02 Principles of Biology I 
On Campus, MWF 10:00-10:50 R 3:00-5:45 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 26.01200

CHM 101 01  General Chemistry I
On Campus, TR 9:45-11:00 R 3:00-5:45 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 40.05100

CHM 101 40  General Chemistry I            
On Campus, M 6:15-9:15 PM / August 13 - December 11
Course # 40.05100

CHN 101 01  Elementary Chinese I
On Campus, MWF 4:30-5:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 62.01100

COM 202 01  Public Speaking (Full)
On Campus, MWF 11:00-11:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 23.04200

COM 202 02  Public Speaking (Full)
On Campus, MWF 1:30-2:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 23.04200

ECO 102 02  Issues In Macroeconomics
On Campus, TR 9:45-11:00 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 45.0A694

ECO 102 50  Issues In Macroeconomics
Online / August 13 - October 5
Course # 45.0A694

ECO 104 01  Issues In Microeconomics
On Campus, MWF 2:30-3:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 45.0A704

ENG 101 01  English Composition: Essays (Full)
On Campus, TR 8:15-9:30 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 23.03400

ENG 111 01  Analyzing Literature
On Campus, MWF 1:30-2:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 23.03400

ENG 111 02  Analyzing Literature
On Campus, TR 3:00-4:15 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 23.03400

FRN 101 01  Elementary French I
On Campus, MWF 11:00-11:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 60.01100

HIS 120 01  Early Civilizations (Full)           
On Campus, MWF 2:30-3:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 45.0A714

HIS 130 01  The American Experience To 1877
On Campus, TR 9:45-11:00 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 45.08100

JPN 101 40  Elementary Japanese I
On Campus, MWF 3:30-4:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 62.03100

MAT 130 01  College Algebra (Full)
On Campus, MWF 10:00-10:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 27.0D904

MAT 192 40  Mathematical Reasoning
On Campus, MW 5:30-6:45PM / August 13 - December 11
Course # 27.0D044

MAT 192 50  Mathematical Reasoning
Online / August 13 - October 5
Course # 27.0D044

MAT 205 01  Calculus I
On Campus, TR 8:15 AM-9:30 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 27.0D054

MAT 220 01  Statistical Methods
On Campus, MWF 10:00-10:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 27.0D064

MAT 220 50  Statistical Methods
Online / October 10 - December 11
Course # 27.0D064

PHI 223 01  Ethics
On Campus, MWF 11:00-11:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 45.01400

PHY 115 01  College Physics I
On Campus, TR 8:15 AM-9:30 T 3:00-5:45 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 40.08100

POL 115 01   American Politics
On Campus, MWF 10:00-10:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 45.0A724

PSY 101 01  General Psychology
On Campus, MWF 11:00 AM-11:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 45.01500

PSY 101 02  General Psychology
On Campus, MWF 1:30 PM-2:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 45.01500

PSY 101 50  General Psychology
Online / October 10 - December 11
Course # 45.01500

SPA 101 01  Elementary Spanish
On Campus, MWF 11:00 AM-11:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 60.07100

SPA 101 02  Elementary Spanish
On Campus, MWF 1:30 PM-2:20 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 60.07100

SPA 101 40  Elementary Spanish
On Campus, TR 5:30-6:45 PM / August 13 - December 11
Course # 60.07100

WIS 101 01  Wesleyan Integrative Seminar
On Campus, MWF 9:00 AM-9:50 / August 13 - December 11
Course # 23.0A574

 


admission requirements

  • Apply for free at www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply
  • Submit your high school transcript (2.75 unweighted cumulative GPA)
  • Have your guidance counselor submit a copy of the Dual Enrollment Funding Application
  • Wesleyan's registrar will review requested courses and confrim course schedule with high school guidance counselor via email.
  • Guidance counselor submits invoice in the GAfutures system. 

 

For more information email admissions@wesleyancollege.edu


 


 

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BEGIN EARNING COLLEGE CREDITS EARLY!

June 5, 2018 / 10-11:30 AM
CCTC Macon Campus, H-Building Auditorium
3300 Macon Tech Drive, Macon, GA 31206


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  • Wesleyan College
  • Central Georgia Technical College
  • Middle Georgia State University
     

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