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Every semester, more than 1,000 Indiana students take a variety of rigorous, college-prep classes from Ball State or its dual credit partner, The Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities, the state’s residential high school for gifted and talented students.

Schools Providing Courses

The following high schools have teachers certified by Ball State to offer dual-credit courses as part of their high school curriculum. New high schools are added regularly. For details on classes offered on site, please reach out to your local high school guidance counselors.

  • Brownsburg High School, Brownsburg
  • Burris Laboratory School, Muncie
  • Canterbury High School, Fort Wayne
  • Carroll High School, Fort Wayne
  • Castle High School, Newburgh
  • Chesterton High School, Chesterton
  • Delta High School, Muncie
  • Eastern High School, Greentown
  • Elkhart High School, Elkhart
  • Fishers High School, Fishers
  • Hamilton Heights High School, Arcadia
  • Hamilton Southeastern High School, Fishers
  • Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities, Muncie
  • Jay County High School, Portland
  • Knox High School, Knox
  • Logansport High School, Logansport
  • Madison Grant High School, Fairmount
  • Michigan City High School, Michigan City
  • New Albany High School, New Albany
  • New Castle High School, New Castle
  • Noblesville High School, Noblesville
  • Pendleton Heights High School, Pendleton
  • Southern Wells High School, Poneto
  • Warren Central High School, Indianapolis
  • Anderson Preparatory Academy, Anderson
  • Bethesda Christian School, Brownsburg
  • Cathedral High School, Indianapolis
  • Columbus North High School, Columbus
  • Concord High School, Elkhart
  • Hamilton Heights High School, Arcadia
  • Jennings High School, North Vernon
  • Lakewood Park Christian School, South Urban
  • Liberty Christian School, Anderson
  • Mt. Vernon High School, Fortville
  • New Prairie High School, New Carlisle
  • North Daviess Jr-Sr High School, Elnora
  • Owen Valley High School, Spencer
  • Penn High School, Mishawaka
  • Perry Central Jr. Sr. High School, Leopold
  • Randolph Southern Jr. Sr. High School, Lynn
  • Rensselaer Central High School, Rensselaer
  • Richmond High School, Richmond
  • Rochester Community High School, Rochester
  • Shenandoah High School, Middleton
  • Sheridan High School, Sheridan
  • Trinity Lutheran High School, Indianapolis
  • Union High School, Modoc
  • Western Boone Jr-Sr High School, Thorntown
  • Whitko High School, South Whitley

We have many home-schooled students seeking college-level opportunities from our wide selection of online courses. To learn how to get started, please contact us.

Online Courses

Online dual-credit courses are open to all students in Indiana, asynchronous, and taught directly by Ball State professors. Courses on the lists marked with a "Y" are transferable to all Indiana public colleges and university campuses, assuming you have earned adequate grades.

View a list of online dual-credit courses (PDF).

Onsite Courses

Onsite dual-credit courses are taught in our partner schools by high school instructors.

View a list of onsite dual credit courses (PDF).

Transferability of Courses

Through the Transfer Indiana program, the state has developed a Core Transfer Library (CTL), which lists courses that will transfer among all Indiana public colleges and university campuses, assuming you have earned adequate grades.

Please note that even if a course transfers, it may not mean that this course can count as credit toward a particular major. You will need to check with the college or university you wish to attend to learn if it will or will not.

The Indiana Core Transfer Library provides additional information about transferability of courses.

Private and Out-of-State Colleges and Universities

If you want to transfer credit to a private in-state college or university or any out-of-state university, you will need to check with that institution to see if it will accept this credit.

Start Taking a Dual Credit Course

If you’re eligible for a dual credit course, then you will need to apply and register.

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