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Affordable Dual Enrollment: Indiana Tech

During September and October, I’m going to highlight affordable dual enrollment programs each Sunday. To make the cut, a program must be open to students from any state, available online, and charge less than $100 per credit. Today’s program is called “Early Start” and it is offered through Indiana Institute of Technology.

Indiana Institute of Technology (Indiana)
Private 4-year university
Program Name: Early Start

$75 per credit hour

Total cost of a course is calculated as $75 per each credit hour. If the course is 4 credit hours, the total cost of that course is $300.

Basics: books are included, free tutoring, testing required for admission, eligible grades 10-12, on-campus and distance learning, students who enroll after high school receive a $500 scholarship for each course they completed through Early Start (max 3), restricted lists of courses available for distance learning, but on campus students can take any course in the cataglo. Math and English require placement testing.

For more information about this program, visit Indiana Institute of Tech’s Website

Current Course List

BA 2010 – Principles of ManagementBA 2500 – Marketing
ENG 1252 Argumentative Writing*CJ 1100 – Introduction to Criminal Justice
PSY 1700 Intro to PsychologyENG 1272 – Analytical Writing*
SS 2800 Introduction to SociologyEGR 1710 – Engineering Graphics and Design*
 MA 2025 – Statistical Problem Solving
 SS 2800 Introduction to Sociology
PSY 1700 Intro to Psychology
*placement test score required

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