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High School Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

Participate in Dual Enrollment beginning the summer after your sophomore year of high school by enrolling in college courses. You can take just one class, complete a semester or year of college, or even earn an associate’s degree. With the large tuition discount, you can save time and money. Courses completed may be counted toward meeting high school requirements, at the administrator’s discretion, and will count toward your future degree at Maranatha Baptist University.

Save time. Save Money.

$175 Per credit

If you’re a dual enrollment student, you will pay only $175 per credit in tuition after automatically receiving a discount of more than 50% off the tuition for college courses you take online.

Compare your savings of dual enrollment online over attending on the residential campus:

Note: Estimated savings based on current tuition and fee rates at 16 credits per semester. Does not include textbooks/materials.

Financial Details

In addition to the tuition, there is a $35 per course fee, and students are responsible for purchasing their own textbooks and materials. Student bills may be paid through the Finances tab of MyMaranatha (only accessible after admission).

Federal financial aid is not available to students who have not yet graduated high school, and the 50% tuition discount is the only university financial assistance available to dual enrollment students. Any other external funding is, however, accepted by MBU.

Payment and refund policies are as follows:

  • Tuition and fees are due in full at least 7 days prior to the beginning of each course.
  • The Comprehensive Fee is non-refundable.
  • Students who withdraw after a course has started will be charged a $15 Add/Drop Fee.
  • Students who withdraw from a course will have tuition refunded based on the following schedule:
    • Drop prior to start date: 100%
    • Week 1: 75%
    • Week 2: 50%
    • Week 3: 25%
    • Week 4+: 0%
  • Exceptions to the refund policy are made for distance classes as required by statute for students completing coursework in certain states.

 

Maryland Refund Schedule:

  • 8-week Course (A or B Sessions)
    • Days 1-6: 90% refund
    • Days 7-11: 80% refund
    • Days 12-16: 60% refund
    • Days 17-22: 40% refund
    • Days 23-33: 20% refund
    • Day 34+: 0% refund
  • 12-week Course (C Session)
    • Days 1-9: 90% refund
    • Days 10-17: 80% refund
    • Days 18-25: 60% refund
    • Days 26-33: 40% refund
    • Days 34-49: 20% refund
    • Day 50+: 0% refund
  • 16-week Course (D Session)
    • Days 1-11: 90% refund
      Days 12-22: 80% refund
      Days 23-33: 60% refund
      Days 34-44: 40% refund
      Days 45-66: 20% refund
      Day 67+: 0% refund

Oregon Refund Schedule:

  • 8-week Course (A or B Sessions)
    • Week 1: 75%
    • Week 2: 50%
    • Week 3: 25%
    • Week 4: 5%
  • 12-week Course (C Session)
    • Days 1-11: 75%
    • Days 12-21: 50%
    • Days 22-32: 25%
    • Days 33-41: 5%
  • 16-week Course (D Session)
    • Weeks 1-2: 75%
    • Weeks 3-4: 50%
    • Weeks 5-6: 25%
    • Weeks 7-8: 5%

EXPLORE THE FIRST YEAR GUIDE

Biblical. Flexible. Engaging.

Maranatha seeks to provide courses that fit these three components. Throughout all classes, we incorporate a biblical worldview. Even when secular textbooks are used, faculty members utilize them to inform students of other views and develop an apologetic for a Christian worldview.

Our classes are flexible; however, that does not mean they are self-paced. Students will work together with their faculty member in a weekly schedule. You may participate at any time of the day that suits you, as long as you meet the deadlines set forth in the schedule.

Professors and policies are in place to ensure that the content and teaching methods are engaging. Class sizes are kept at 18 or below for almost every course, to ensure maximum attention from the faculty member. Interaction is built in through discussion forums and short, focused tutorial recordings for students to learn and test their understanding.

FAQs about Dual Enrollment from MBU

AM I eligible to take dual enrollment courses from MBU?

Participate in Dual Enrollment beginning the summer after your sophomore year of high school by enrolling in college courses.

You can take just one class, complete a semester or year of college, or even earn an associate’s degree. With the large tuition discount, you can save time and money.

Courses completed may be counted toward meeting high school requirements, at the high school administrator’s discretion, and will count toward your future degree at Maranatha Baptist University.

What courses should I start with?

You may take any course for which you meet the prerequisites; however it is up to your school what classes they want you to take to meet your HS requirements while earning college credit. It is always advisable for you to work toward a specific educational requirement, but that certainly is not mandatory.

You may browse our full selection of online courses to see what’s available. Those most commonly used for dual-enrollment are:

  • English
    • HUEN 100 – English Grammar
    • HUEN 121 – English Composition 1
    • HUEN 122 – English Composition 2
  • Social Studies
    • HUHI 130 – The Modern World
    • HUHI 141 – U.S. History 1
    • HUHI 142 – U.S. History 2
  • Math
    • ASMA 103 – College Math
    • ASMA 105 – Intermediate Algebra
    • ASMA 131 – College Algebra
    • ASMA 136 – PreCalculus
    • ASMA 143 – Calculus 1
  • Science
    • ASSC 101 – Concepts in Biology – No lab component
    • ASSC 104 – Concepts in Physics – No lab component
    • ASSC 106 – Concepts in Biochemistry – No lab component
    • ASSC 111 – Human Biology – No lab component
    • ASSC 120 – General Biology 1 – Lab component
    • ASSC 121 – General Biology 2 – Lab component
    • ASSC 226 – Anatomy and Physiology 1 – Lab component

Will my college credits transfer to other schools in the nation?

Maranatha has regional accreditation, which is the gold standard in the industry. Because of that, our credits are as transferable as the big names in the industry. That being said, it is always up to the receiving institution as to how they will use those credits. For example, a secular institution would almost certainly only use our Bible classes as electives. It is the responsibility of the student to check with the receiving institution to ensure our coursework will meet the specific requirements at the other school.

Is MBU accredited?

Maranatha is accredited under the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). AQIP emphasizes quality planning and process evaluation as keys to a successful, strong educational institution.

Accredited public, private, and Christian colleges and universities accept credits and degrees earned at Maranatha. Maranatha is listed in the Higher Education Directory printed for the United States Department of Education.

Are there associate degree options?

Interested students should communicate this interest to their advisor as soon as possible to ensure the best advising. As a high school senior, they may then request to be enrolled in one of the following associate degree programs:

How different is high school from College?

What is the difference between being a high school student and a college student? In some ways, it’s almost the same, but in other ways, it’s very different. Download our FREE guide below:

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