Dual Enrollment and Dual Credit

Drury University offers dual credit courses to junior- and senior-level high school students in selected high schools. Students receive high school- and college-level credit simultaneously.

Drury welcomes current high school students to enroll in a selection of lower-division courses offered through CCPS. Parental permission is required.

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Dual enrollment and dual credit students are subject to all relevant policies and procedures applicable to Drury University students. These include policies regarding change of schedule, drop/add, grading and scholastic action. Coursework is applicable to Drury degrees in the same manner as native credit.

Drury also accepts dual credit courses in transfer when they are presented on official transcripts from other regionally accredited institutions. Grades must be C or better. Drury does not limit the number of credits that can be earned in dual credit programs and treats coursework earned in dual credit programs the same as credit earned on a college or university campus.