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Dual Credit



Dual credit is an opportunity for high school students who meet admissions standards to enroll in public postsecondary institutions in South Dakota and simultaneously earn credits for both their high school diploma and postsecondary degree or certificate.

Dual credit courses are offered by the postsecondary institution’s faculty members, are governed by the postsecondary institution’s policies, and follow the postsecondary institution’s established processes for admissions, registration, billing and grade reporting.

2014-15 School Year

Select dual credit coursework will be available to public high school students in grades 11-12 at the rate of $40 per credit during the 2014-15 school year.

In order to access the reduced cost courses, students must register for the coursework through their local school district, and the local school district must agree that the dual credit coursework will be recorded on the student’s transcript and will be used to calculate academic standing. Students are responsible for the cost of the course credits and any required textbooks or related course materials.

Students will be able to take a number of on-campus and online classes, including general education and career and technical education courses.

Course Information

Educators and students can find a full listing of dual credit courses available at the reduced rate of $40 per credit here.

CONTACT
Direct questions to Amber Rost, with the Department of Education at (605) 220-6612.

























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