INDIANA ONLINE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH IVY TECH TO OFFER DUAL CREDIT COURSES
Indiana Online has partnered with Ivy Tech Community College to provide selected high school courses for dual credit. Students may elect to receive credit for a high school course and receive college credit at the same time before they graduate from high school. A student must meet prerequisites as determined by the ACT, SAT or Accuplacer exam scores to qualify for dual credit. A student must also complete the FREE Ivy Tech application for admission at https://www.ivytech.edu/dualcreditapplication.
Aside from the Indiana Online tuition (if applicable, $250 CIESC member schools; $275 non-member schools), there will be no additional costs to the student for dual credit. The student may be responsible for purchasing the required textbook or online content access for the course. This unique opportunity allows Indiana Online students to establish a college transcript prior to their graduation from high school and to begin the transition to the rigors of college courses. Credits earned at Ivy Tech are transferable to colleges and universities throughout the state. Both the application for admission and testing are free of charge.
Ivy Tech Community College is the nation’s largest statewide community college with single accreditation. It is the state’s largest public post-secondary institution serving more than 200,000 students a year. Ivy Tech has 30 degree granting campuses and more than 75 learning centers across Indiana.
Contact Mary Brabson with questions at Indiana Online firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Ivy Tech Course Code||Ivy Tech Course Title||College Credits||DOE Course Title||DOE Course Code|
|BIOL 101||Introduction to Biology||3||Biology II||3026|
|BUSN 101||Introduction to Business||3||Principles of Business Management||4562|
|BUSN 105||Principles of Management||3||Administrative & Office Management||5268|
|CHEM 101||Introduction to Chemistry||3||Chemistry II||3066 or 3090|
|CINS 101||Introduction to Microcomputers Digital Applications & Responsibilities||3||Digital Applications & Responsibilities||4528|
|COM 101||Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3||Adv Speech & Communication||1078|
|ECON 101||Economics Fundamentals||3||Introduction to Economics||1514|
|ENG 111||English Composition||3||English 11 or English 12||1006 or 1008|
|ENG 206||Introduction to Literature||3||Use Advanced English/Language Arts, College Credit||1124|
|HIST 101, 102||Survey of American History I & II||3||US History||1542 or 1562|
|MATH 136||College Algebra||3||Pre-Calculus||2564|
|MATH 137||Trigonometry /Analytic Geometry||3||Trigonometry||2566|
|MKTG 101||Principles of Marketing||3||Marketing Fundamentals||5914|
|MKTG 230||Consumer Behavior||3||Strategic Marketing||5918|
|POLS 101||Introduction to American Government & Politics||3||US Government||1540 or 1560|
|Enrollment Opens||Enrollment Closes||Session Begins||Session Ends|
|March 16, 2020||August 14, 2020||August 24, 2020||December 18, 2020|
|September 14, 2020||January 13, 2021||January 19, 2021||May 14, 2021|