Get a head start on your college education.
If you are a high school student who is at least 16 years old, you may be eligible to earn both high school and college credit by enrolling in courses offered by the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS).
The University of Idaho Dual Credit Program
gives you the opportunity to gain firsthand college experience, by taking any college course in which you meet the prerequisites.
Courses offered in High Schools
The University of Idaho offers dual credit courses on several high school campuses across the state. Students who enroll in these courses pay $65/credit hour plus any special lab or course fees, and upon successful completion they earn credit from the University of Idaho.
Courses offered on U-Idaho Campuses
Beginning fall 2012, students who are Idaho residents and enroll in courses offered on the UI campus will pay the part-time student fee noted on the Student Accounts
website, plus any special lab or course fees.
Please Note: Out-of-state students pay an additional part-time, non-resident fee.
Beginning fall 2012, students who enroll in online courses will pay the part-time student fee noted on the Student Accounts
website, plus a $35/credit hour technology fee.
Please Note: Non-resident fees do not apply to online courses
Popular dual enrollment courses in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences include:
- ENGL 101 - Introduction to College Writing
- ENGL 175 - Introduction to Literary Genres
- ENGL 257 & 258 - The Literature of Western Civilization
- HIST 111 & 112 - Introduction to U.S. History
- JAMM 121 - Media Writing
- SPAN 102 & 201 - Elementary Spanish
- PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychology
- POLS 101 - Introduction to Political Science and American Government