Earn College Credit with our Dual Enrollment Program!

Our dual enrollment opportunities with Grand Canyon University and Central Arizona College Maricopa provide high school students with an affordable and efficient way to gain a head start on their college degree.  GCU and CAC are committed to ensuring students experience the same level of instruction, resources and rigor that our traditional student body receives so they are well prepared to move to the next academic level of study when they enter college.

 

Sample Courses Include:

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+ Financial Accounting
+ Old & New Testament Historical Perspectives
+ General Psychology
+ Introduction to Life Sciences
+ Environmental Science
+ College Algebra and Trigonometry
+ English Literature
+ Introduction to Sports Management
+ Communications and the Media
+ History and Criticism of Visual Media
+ Foundations of Education
+ Many more!
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For a full list of available courses and more detailed course information, click here to download a full list of courses offered at GCU or CAC.

Benefits of Grand Canyon University Dual Enrollment

+ More than 50 online courses available.
+ Tuition: $52.50 per credit + electronic book fee. Students earn 4 credits.
+ Dual Enrollment students are eligible for GCU’s Freshman Scholarship.
+ Dual Enrollment students have access to academic resources including online library, tutoring, Web-based tutorials, Career Services, and an opportunity to engage in GCU’s community and campus events.

Student Qualification

+ Junior or Senior in high school with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or above OR Sophomore in high school with an unweighted GPA of 3.25 or above.+ Meet course pre-requisites, if applicable.
+ Earn qualifying score on math or English placement test, if required.

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Benefits of Central Arizona University – Maricopa Dual Enrollment

+ More than 50 online courses available.
+ Receive a tuition waiver for 5 free credits per semester
+ Dual Enrollment students have access to academic resources including online library, tutoring, Web-based tutorials, Career Services, and an opportunity to engage in CAC’s community and campus events.

Student Qualification

+ Student must be a resident of Pinal County.
+ Junior or Senior in high school with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or above OR Sophomore in high school with an unweighted GPA of 3.25 or above.+ Meet course pre-requisites, if applicable.
+ Students must maintain a CAC GPA of 2.5 or better.
+ Earn qualifying score on math or English placement test, if required.
+ Students are responsible for the costs of books, transportation, and class materials, and the tuition waiver can only be used for CAC 100 level or higher courses.

Now Enrolling Grades 6-12