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High School Dual Credit

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Dual credit is an opportunity for high school students to enroll in college courses and start fulfilling requirements for a degree from South Dakota State University while completing their high school diploma. Students are able to choose from a number of on-campus and online general education classes.

Looking for a SD State High School Dual Credit Course?  It’s easy by following these steps:

  • Go to Self-Service
  • Select Browse Classes
  • Select the appropriate term and click Continue
  • Click Advanced Search
  • Enter SDSU South Dakota State Univ from University
  • Select your preferred location:  Online/Internet, SDSU Brookings Main Campus, Pierre Capital Univ Center, Sioux Falls Univ Center
  • Select High School Dual Credit Course from Gen Ed & Honors Courses
  • Click Search

You can also search for a specific subject and course number or courses meeting a specific general education requirement.  Just remember the more criteria you add, the finer your search results will be.

Having trouble navigating or finding a course you need, let us help!  You can email Tracia Hogue or give us a call, 605-688-4154.

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Benefits

  • Accelerate your SDSU education
  • Lower tuition cost
  • Simplify the transition from high school

Students bringing in substantial credits may complete their degree in a condensed timeframe or find their schedules will allow them to explore a variety of opportunities to enhance their college experience and academic career.

Dual credit students can more easily:

  • Add a second major
  • Include diverse minors
  • Participate in a study abroad program
  • Accomplish undergraduate research
  • Pursue an internship
  • Serve in a leadership role in student clubs/ organizations
  • Complete an Experiential Learning Certificate

These options can immerse students in a more engaging, well-rounded educational experience that can provide valuable advantages in future career success.

**A large number of incoming credits does not in itself guarantee a shorter path to a degree!

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