Florida College offers high school students the opportunity to enroll in college-level courses that can apply toward high school graduation requirements and easily transferable college credit. Our dual enrollment offerings give high school students the opportunity to prepare for a future of deep learning.
Our Dual Enrollment courses have been developed by Christian faculty members who understand the importance of integrating faith and learning. While our offerings are limited in number, they were selected to be academically rigorous and to ensure that they provide students an authentic college-level course experience while the students are fully involved in their high school activities.
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Online Course Offerings
Florida College offers several online courses in which Dual Enrollment students may participate. Dual Enrollment courses are available in an online format only. Courses have specific weekly due dates but have no required group meetings. Available courses will vary by semester. Dual enrollment students interested in the Fall 2021 or Spring 2022 terms may enroll in the following online courses. Click on each course for further information.
Fall 2021: 8/19/21 - 12/9/21
Introduces students to the visual arts from the Ancient times through the Gothic Period, with a look at global arts, as well. It is a survey of painting, sculpture, architecture, and related art forms created by western cultures and global arts. This course provides a chronological survey of the major art from the early Bible times until- end of the 12th century & a look at the global arts from other cultures. Gordon Rule – 3000 words. (3 credit hours)
Prerequisites: Two years of high school algebra and MAT 1033 or a satisfactory score on the mathematics portion of the ACT/SAT/CLT.
This course provides students an opportunity to gain algebraic knowledge needed in many different fields such as engineering, business, education, science, computer technology, and mathematics. Graphical, numerical, symbolic, and verbal methods support the study of functions and their corresponding equations and inequalities. Students will study linear, quadratic, rational, exponential, logarithmic, inverse, composite, radical, and absolute value functions; systems of equations and inequalities modeling applied problems; and curve fitting techniques. There will be extensive use of graphing calculators. (3 credit hours)
A survey of music and influential composers from early forms to contemporary compositions. The aims of the course are to widen the musical horizons and receptivities and to develop discrimination. Recorded music is used extensively for listening. No formal musical background is prerequisite. Humanities Credit for graduation. Gordon Rule–3000 words. (3 credit hours)
SPN 1120 is open to students who have had no previous work in Spanish or who are recommended for this class based on the placement examination. Study includes pronunciation, elementary conversation, reading, and composition. The reading selections provide information about the Spanish-speaking people and their culture. (4 credit hours)
Spring 2022: 1/11/22 - 5/4/22
Introduces students to the visual art periods from the early Renaissance to the present. It is a survey of painting, sculpture, architecture, and related art forms created by western cultures and artists. This course provides a chronological survey of the major movements of art from the 14th century until today. No prerequisites required. Gordon Rule – 3000 words. (3 credit hours)
SPN 1121 is a continuation of the first semester course, SPN 1120. (4 credit hours)
Prerequisites: MAC 1105 or a satisfactory score on the mathematics portion of the ACT/SAT/CLT.
Descriptive statistics; basic probability principles, discrete and continuous probability distributions: binomial, normal, t, and chi-square; point estimation, confidence limits, and hypothesis testing. Emphasis will be placed on applications from education, life science, social science, physical science, and business. (3 credit hours)
Steps to Enroll in FC's Dual Enrollment Courses
Complete the Application for Dual Enrollment
Submit the Code of Conduct
Submit ACT/SAT/CLT scores, if required
Submit Dual Enrollment Recommendation Forms
Applications for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters are now open. There is no application fee. Once a student’s application file is complete, they will be considered for admission and can expect email notification of admission and notification of course registration. Course enrollment is not guaranteed and is based on availability.
The deadlines to submit a Dual Enrollment application for each term are as follows:
- Fall 2021 semester – August 12, 2021
- Spring 2022 semester – January 4, 2022
Please contact Colleen Engel or Beth Roth for information regarding dual-enrollment pricing.
The following requirements must be met to apply:
- Be in 10th, 11th or 12th grade. High school students over the age of 21 are ineligible for participation in dual enrollment courses.
- Complete the Florida College application for dual enrollment.
- Submit the Florida College Code of Conduct. This will be emailed once your application is submitted.
- Submit an ACT, SAT, or CLT score, if required.
- Submit a character reference. This form will be provided to the reference once the application is submitted.
- Submit an educational reference. This form will be provided to the reference once the application is submitted.
- Complete the Dual Enrollment Permission Form (school administrator permission). This form will be provided to the school administrator once the application is submitted.
The following requirements must be met for admission:
- Minimum high school GPA of 3.0 (Unweighted)
- For enrollment in certain courses, minimum test scores are required:
- A minimum score of 450 on the SAT Critical Reading/Verbal and 500 on the SAT Math;
- OR a minimum score of 17 on the ACT English, 18 on the ACT Reading, and 19 on the ACT Math;
- OR a minimum score of 41 on the CLT Verbal Reasoning, and 17 on the CLT Quantitative Reasoning.
- Positive character and educational references
- Permission from appropriate high school official (or parent, if home schooled)
- Student must specify which course he/she is interested in taking on the Dual Enrollment Application.
- Dual enrolled students may take a maximum of two courses per term. Additional courses will require the Academic Dean’s approval.
- Dual enrolled students will not be eligible to participate in extra-curricular activities of the College.
- Contact Beth Roth to enroll.
- To remain dual enrolled, a student must maintain a 3.0 high school GPA and a 2.5 Florida College GPA.