Dual Enrollment Program

Get a Head Start On College

Our dual enrollment program offers high school students a chance to earn college credits at no cost while still in high school.  They can hit the ground running both academically and financially, while simultaneously boosting their resume and gaining valuable college experience. Learn more about what you can get from this program below. 

Advantages of the Dual Enrollment Program

Get a Jump Start Academically

Students in the dual enrollment program can start college with half a semester's worth of credits under their belts and can graduate in less than four years

Save Money

Students can take one course per semester in the Fall and Spring of their junior and senior years, saving approximately $3000 per course in tuition cost. In addition, students who complete the program also earn a $22,000 scholarship to attend Fisher College.

Explore Your Academic Interests

Choose from ten courses that cover a wide variety of subjects, from Psychology, to History of Art, to Business---all for free

Dual Enrollment Program Courses

All courses are 3 credits

TH106 Event and Convention Planning 

Monday - 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm; online - 3 credits 

Learn the skills and competency required to be a professional meeting planner. Detailed attention is paid to the process and ingredients needed in planning a meeting, exposition, event or convention. Key topics covered are developing the event, site inspection, budgets, food and beverage operations, legal issues, technology, request for proposal, return-on-investment, and after-the-event debriefing.

SO131 Sociology of Gender

Tues/Thurs: 3:30-4:45 PM; in-person - 3 credits 

This course focuses on the significance of gender in society from both historical and contemporary perspectives. Specific areas of investigation include the social construction of gender and its impact on work, the state, patriarchy, and the role of women in society and in the family. Further attention will be paid to such factors as race, ethnicity, and class to understand more fully women’s roles across cultures and over time.

CM105:Public Speaking

Tues/Thurs: 3:30-4:45 PM; in-person - 3 credits 

This skills-based course will introduce you to the rhetorical elements of oral communication, while exploring the theory and process of human communication. Students will learn the basic principles of audience analysis, outlining, locating supporting materials, and structuring an oral presentation for maximum effectiveness. A focus on practical skills will help students build confidence and manage speech anxiety, while preparing them for success in typical public speaking situations encountered in life and career. 

MA107: College Algebra

Tues/Thurs: 3:30-4:45; in-person - 3 credits 

Topics include a review of elementary algebra concepts, applications of linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, properties of functions, polynomial functions, the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, and exponential and logarithmic functions. 


Contact Us

Office of Admissions
118 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02116

P: 617-236-8818

F: 617-236-5473 

Henry Maldonado
Sr. Assistant Director of Admissions for Diversity Recruitment