Dual Enrollment

Louisiana College is pleased to offer Dual Enrollment that is Relational, Relevant and Rigorous.

The cost for each course is $100.00 per credit hour.

Students are responsible for textbooks and course materials.

For more info, please contact admissions@lacollege.edu or call 318.487.7259.

DUAL ENROLLMENT APPLICATION

Dual Enrollment Courses Offered by Louisiana College:

Louisiana College is pleased to offer the following courses as Dual Enrollment Options under the TOPS Core. These courses qualify for tuition at the discounted Dual Enrollment rate. Other courses may be taken at Louisiana College as a dual enrollment student with the approval of the student’s high school guidance counselor and permission from the instructor or Dean/Division Chair for the department in which the desired course exists. Courses that do not appear in the list below shall be charged at the standard tuition per credit hour, and not at the discounted dual-enrollment rate. Remedial Courses are not offered for the Dual Enrollment Student. Note that not every course will be offered each semester.

These courses are appropriate for students to take on their own campus via a school proctor or at home. Because our virtual dual enrollment courses are taught and facilitated by our faculty, with the majority holding terminal degrees, the proctor is not required to have a degree in the course-specific content area. (Online proctored exams may have an additional fee.) This approach is ideal for private Christian institutions, which seek to offer multiple values and faith-integrated college-level courses at their institutions.

A student who elects to take online dual enrollment courses from Louisiana College must be a Senior with a 2.75 GPA or a Sophomore or Junior with a 3.0 GPA, and all must have a composite ACT score of at least 19. On-campus dual enrollment at LC is reserved for Juniors and Seniors. To take English 101, the student must earn an English ACT score of at least 18, and for Math 111, they must earn a Math ACT score of at least 19.

CourseCredit Hours
AR 200 - Art Appreciation3
BI 101 - Introduction to Biology3
BI 102—Introduction to Biology LAB1
CA 112—Public Speaking3
CJ/PY/SW 223 - Social Problems3
CM 250—Cinema Appreciation3
EC 221—Economics3
EN 101—Composition I3
EN 102—Composition II3
EN 200—Survey of British Literature3
EN 201—Survey of English Literature3
ES 103—Intro to Natural Science3
ES 220 - Introduction of Meteorology3
CourseCredit Hours
FR 101—Intermediate French3
GE 201—World Geography3
HI 101—Western Civilization I1
HI 102—Western Civilization II3
HI 221—American History I3
HI 222—American History II3
MA 100—Finite Math3
MA 111—College Algebra3
MU 200—Music Appreciation3
PS 200—Intro to Political Science3
PY 220—Introduction to Psychology3
SP 101—Intermediate Spanish3
TH 200—Theatre Appreciation3