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

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

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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.

Dual Enrollment Program Courses


Mon/Wed: 5:00-6:15 PM (In-person)

An introduction to the scientific study of behavior. The introductory readings and lectures demonstrate how psychology emerged as a distinct social science. The following areas are studied: research methods, the nervous system and its relationship to behavior, the sensory processes, learning, cognition, testing, and individual differences. This course will also introduce more complex areas such as personality development, psychopathology and social influence.


Mon/Wed: 3:30-4:45 (In-person)

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. 


Tue/Thu: 4:00-5:15 pm (In-person)

This course explores the principles of effective design. The student is introduced to the dynamics of line, color, arrangement, and the development of form. No previous art experience is necessary. An art supply fee is required.

CM 105: Public Speaking

Tue/Thu: 3:30-4:45 pm (In-person)

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.


Office of Admissions
118 Beacon  Street
Boston, MA 02116
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