If you're a high school student taking college courses through a dual enrollment, Postsecondary Education Options (PSEO), College in the Schools (CIS), or similar program, you're getting a crazy smart head start on your degree.
At Michigan Tech, transfer credit is available for most classes taken at another institution when grade of C or better is earned. Transfer credits can be used to satisfy our general education requirements and specific degree requirements.
- Transfer guides offer an outline of classes to take at community colleges based on your intended major. These are great if you're just getting started with dual enrollment and are looking for the most beneficial classes to take.
- Transfer equivalency listings provide a listing of courses that have transferred from many different schools. Other courses may transfer.
When applying for admission, follow the directions for a first-year student on our future first-year students page. To have your credits evaluated, submit your college transcript(s) to the Admissions Office. Students who have earned 60 or more credits, including transfer credit, credit earned through early college or dual enrollment, or AP, IB, or CLEP will be charged upper-division tuition. See the cost of attendance for details.
If you're currently a high school student in Michigan looking to participate in the Dual Enrollment Program at Michigan Tech, learn more and find out how to apply.
Questions? Feel free to contact the Admissions Office at 888-688-1885 or email email@example.com.