What is Concurrent Enrollment/Dual Credit?
Concurrent Enrollment/Dual Credit means students earn both high school and University credit at the same time. Dual credit, concurrent enrollment, dual enrollment, and early college all represent the same meaning in Idaho. The cost is set at $75 per credit statewide. The courses appear on a high school and university/college transcript as soon as the student registers for a concurrent enrollment course with an institution.
Boise State’s Concurrent Enrollment program provides college-credit bearing courses taught to high school students by University approved high school instructors. Students and instructors use Boise State curriculum, texts, and grading scales. Classes are offered during the high school’s calendar.
The on campus option allows high school students, who are at least 16 years old, to take classes on the Boise State campus or online. Students pay full fees and follow the University’s calendar.