Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

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  1. You should first speak with officials at your high school to determine if dual enrollment is a good choice for you.
  2. If so, you can contact the Auburn University Exploratory Advising Center and speak to one of their professional advisors. An advisor can help you select courses that will be applicable to your eventual degree program, should you enroll at Auburn. The Exploratory Advising Center may be reached at (334) 844-7277.
  3. Once you've selected courses, you will need to meet with your high school officials again, as they will make final decisions about what Auburn courses may potentially be counted toward your high school graduation requirements.

A variety of Auburn University core curriculum courses are available to you as a dual-enrolled student. You may choose online courses or courses offered on campus. These classes, taught by Auburn faculty, help you get acclimated to the rigors of college academics, better preparing you for success.

Online Courses

Online courses give you the flexibility to take classes anytime, anywhere. Working college courses into your schedule has never been easier, even if you're still attending high school. A high-speed Internet connection through a broadband provider is necessary for online courses. Generally, either Macintosh- or Windows-based desktop or notebook computers can be used to access course content. Tablet computers, smartphones, and iPads may not work with all course content. Minimum recommendations for computer configurations are provided at this link. Some courses may require additional technology, and those requirements will be communicated by the instructor.

On-Campus Courses

Taking classes on campus gives you the opportunity to experience college life at Auburn while still in high school. Should you enroll as a full-time student at Auburn, you’ll already be familiar with campus, and your transition from high school to college will be much easier.


This is a sampling of various online and/or on-campus courses that are available. Classes offered may vary by term. Note: Course numbers ending in "3" (ex. ANTH 1003) are online sections and are not offered every term.

Introduction to Anthropology ANTH 1000/1003
Looking at Art: Approaches to Interpretation ARTS 1510/1513
Introduction to Art History I, II & III ARTS 1710/1720/1730
Introduction to Biology BIOL 1000
A Survey of Life BIOL 1010
Principles of Biology BIOL 1020
Organismal Biology BIOL 1030
Survey of Chemistry I & II CHEM 1010/1011/1020/1021
Fundamental Chemistry I & II CHEM 1030/1031/1040/1041
General Chemistry I & II CHEM 1110/1111/1120/1121
Public Speaking COMM 1000/1003
Principles of Microeconomics ECON 2020/2023
Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2030/2033
English Composition I & II ENGL 1100/1120
World Literature before 1600 ENGL 2200/2203
World Literature after 1600 ENGL 2210/2213
British Literature before 1789 ENGL 2230
British Literature after 1789 ENGL 2240
American Literature before 1865 ENGL 2250
American Literature after 1865 ENGL 2260
Global Fluency and Awareness FLGC 1150/1153
Global Geography GEOG 1010
Dynamic Earth GEOL 1100
Earth and Life through Time GEOL 1110
World History I & II HIST 1010/1013/1020
Technology and Civilization I & II HIST 1210/1220
College Algebra MATH 1000/1003
Finite Math and Applications MATH 1100
Pre-Calculus Algebra MATH 1120/1123
Pre-Calculus Trigonometry MATH 1130/1133
Pre-Calculus Algebra & Trigonometry MATH 1150/1153
Calculus I MATH 1610/1613
Calculus with Business Applications I MATH 1680/1683
Introduction to Film Studies MDIA 2350
Appreciation of Music MUSI 2730
Survey of Popular Music MUSI 2740/2743
Music and Science MUSI 2750
Introduction to Logic PHIL 1010
Introduction to Ethics PHIL 1020/1023
Ethics and the Health Sciences PHIL 1030/1033
Business Ethics PHIL 1040
Introduction to Political Philosophy PHIL 1050
Philosophy East and West PHIL 1060
Art, Value, and Society PHIL 1070
Introduction to Philosophy of Religion PHIL 1080
Philosophy of Race and Gender PHIL 1090
Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 1100/1103
Foundations of Physics PHYS 1000
Astronomy PHYS 1150
General Physics I & II PHYS 1500/1510
Engineering Physics I &II PHYS 1600/1610
Global Politics and Issues POLI 1050
American Government in Multicultural World POLI 1090/1093
Introduction to Psychology PSYC 2010/2013
Concepts of Science SCMH 1010
Sociology: Global Perspective SOCY 1000
Introduction to Theatre THEA 2010/2013
Aesthetics of Acting THEA 2020
Last updated: 05/18/2018