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Affordable Dual Enrollment: West Virginia University

In September & October, I’m going to highlight affordable dual enrollment programs. 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 “Access Early College” and it is offered through West Virginia University – it is the CHEAPEST program on my list at only $25 per credit!

West Virginia University (West Virginia)

$25 per credit hour

Total cost of a course is calculated as $25 per each credit hour. If the course is 2 credit hours, the total cost of that course is $50.

West Virginia University  (West Virginia)
Public 4-year university
Program Name: Access Early College
Cost $25 per credit, for high school grades 10-12 with 3.0 GPA, placement test may be required for some courses, 100 and 200 level courses only, 16-week semesters, on-campus course options for local students. Required textbooks, access codes, lab kits, or other course materials are NOT included in the reduced tuition cost.

For more information about this program, visit WVU’s website

Current Course List

Visit the WVU Schedule of Courses each semester at COURSES.WVU.EDU
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African/African American Studies (ASP)
Agriculture
Animal and Veterinary Science
Anthropology
Art History
Astronomy
Biology (Lectures & Labs)
Child Development and Family Studies
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Criminology
Dance
Economics
English (not 101 or 102)
Engineering
Fashion Dress & Merchandising
Forensics (FIS 201)
French
German
Geography
Geology
Health Informatics & Information Management (HIIM)
History
Human Anatomy (PALM 205)
Human Nutrition & Foods
Humanities
Italian
Journalism
Landscape Architecture
Library Instruction (ULIB)
Math
Medical Terminology (PALM 200)
Music
Native American Studies
Philosophy
Physical Education
Physics
Political Science
Psychology
Public Relations
Religious Studies
Sociology
Spanish
Sports & Exercise Psychology
Statistics
Theater
Wild Life Management
Women and Gender Studies
Wood Science

All undergraduate courses are on a first come, first served basis. A seat is not guaranteed once a course or section is already full/closed.


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