Discover our dual credit options
Our dual credit courses let students earn high school and college credit by taking a single class. For many high school students it is an affordable way to earn college credit.
At most institutions, students will enroll in classes with a college professor and learn within the college institution’s learning management system. Upon successful completion of a dual credit course, students will earn a half credit at Sevenstar Academy for each 3 or 4 credit hour college course. The college or university will also provide the student with a final grade and send instructions to request an official transcript for the credit(s) earned.
Please note that 100 level courses are considered college freshman level and are typically introductory courses with no prerequisites.
Before You Order
- Decide on the course(s) of interest.
- Read through the enrollment requirements and “more information” area of the particular college/university.
- If needed, schedule a Dual Credit Guidance Phone Call by emailing email@example.com to learn about the:
- Timeline for your college/university
- Paperwork required to be admitted
- Additional fees (if applicable)
- Check with prospective college registrars about the rules for transferring credit.
- BI 103 Old Testament Literature
- BI 104 New Testament Literature
- BIB 110 Biblical Literature I – Old Testament
- BIBL 1022 Pentateuch
- BIBL 1033 Biblical Literature
- BEGE 1720 Spiritual Formation
- BIB 210 Biblical Literature II – New Testament
- BIBL 2011 Former Prophets
- BIBL 2022 Latter Prophets
- BIBL 2122 Life of Christ
- BIBL 2211 Hermeneutics
- BIB 213 Survey of Biblical Literature
- BIB 217 Genesis
- BIB 218 Matthew
- BI 218 Life of Christ
- BIB 272 Inductive Study of the Bible
- HE 233 Hebrew IA
- HE 234 Hebrew IB
- BEGE 2730 Old Testament Literature
- BEGE 2740 New Testament Literature
- BIBL 3022 Pauline Epistles
- BIBL 3111 Acts/Romans
- BIBL 3491 Exploring Biblical Wisdom
- BEGE 3755 Theology I
- BIBL 4022 Daniel-Revelation
- BIBL 4111 General Epistles
- ACC 241 Accounting Principles I
- ACC 242 Accounting Principles II
- ECO 110 Introduction to Economics
- ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
- MGT 201 Intro to Business
- MKT 231 Principles of Marketing
- ORGL 2011 Biblical Concepts of Leadership
- ORGL 2022 Leadership and Management
- ORGL 3011 Leadership and Ethics
- ORGL 3022 Leadership Development
- ORGL 3051 Organizational Behavior
- ORGL 4011 Fundamentals of Business Management
- ECAD 1011 Introduction to Early Childhood
- EDUC 1011 Philosophy of Education
- EDU 110 History and Philosophy of Education in America
- EDU 115 Teaching about Religion in the Public Schools
- EDU 260 Educational Psychology
- EDUC 3211 Methods in Education
- EDUC 3322 Foundations in Special Education
- SED 220 Exceptional Children
- ART 172 Art Appreciation
- AERF 1113 Flight Science I (Private Ground School)
- AVTC 1003 Foundational Concepts Of Aviation Studies
- AVTC 2003 Aircraft Systems for Pilots
- AVTC 2013 Powerplant Systems for Pilots
- ARTT 3022 Media Appreciation
- EGME 1810 Engineering Graphics
- FIN 1710 Personal Finance
- FOUN 2011 Personal Growth and Development
- FOUN 2022 Faith and Money
- FOUN 3022 Career Development
- HLSC 2033 Medical Terminology
- HUMA 1153 Introduction To Fine Arts
- HUM 1400 Introduction to Humanities
- HUM 2430 Enjoyment of Music
- KINE 1512 Concepts Of Lifetime Fitness
- KINE 2913 Human Nutrition
- JUS 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice
- MUS 149 Music Appreciation
- NSG 1000 Member of Nursing Profession
- PEF 1990 Physical Activity and Christian Living
- PHED 2111 Health and Fitness
- GSS 1100 Politics and American Culture
- POL 210 Foundations of Politics
- POL 311 American Political Thought and Practice
- SPCH 2011 Fundamentals of Speech
- SPCH 3211 Ministry Communication for Women
- SPCH 3311 Homiletics
- EN 101 English Composition I
- EN 101 English Composition I
- ENGL 1011 English Composition I
- EN 101 English Composition I
- ENGL 1022 English Composition II
- ENG 110 Expository Writing
- ENG 110 College Writing
- ENGL 1013 English Composition I
- ENGL 1014 English Composition I with Lab
- ENGL 1023 English Composition II
- ENG 1400 Composition
- ENGL 2111 (TESL 2111) Theories of Second Language Acquisition
- ENGL 2122 (TESL 2122) Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language
- ENGL 2312 Survey of American Literature
- ENGL 2322 English Literature
- ENG 240 American Literature
- ENG 250 British Literature
- ENG 250 Analysis of World Literature
- ENGL 3322 Literature of C.S. Lewis
- MCM 115 Introduction to Media Writing
- LING 4322 (MISS 4322) Linguistics
- LIT 2330 World Mythology
- LIT 2340 Western Literature
- TESL 2031 Structure of the English Language
- TESL 3022 College Level TESL
- TESL 4011 Language Program & Curr. Design
- TESL 4233 Internship in TESL
- HIS 103 World History I
- HIS 104 World History II
- HIS 111 Western Civilization I
- SS 121 Western Civilization God’s Bible School
- HIST 1110 U.S. History I
- HIST 1120 U.S. History II
- HIS 124 United States History to 1877
- HIS 125 United States History since 1877
- HIS 232 Early Christianity Through Medieval Times
- HIS 233 Reformation Christianity
- HIS 234 European Christianity: 1650 to Present
- HIST 2111 US History I
- HIST 2113 United States History I
- HIST 2122 US History II
- HIST 2123 United States History II
- HIST 2211 Western Civilization I
- HIST 2222 Western Civilization II
- HIST 2311 New York State History: An Overview
- HIST 3322 Constitution Law and American Government
- HIST 4422 History of Christianity
- POLS 2503 US Government
- GMTH 1010 Introduction to Mathematics
- MATH 1011 Mathematics I
- GMTH 1020 College Algebra
- MATH 1022 Mathematics II
- GMTH 1030 Precalculus
- MAT 110 Finite Mathematics
- MAT 160 College Algebra
- MATH 1203 College Algebra With Applications
- MATH 1423 Elementary Statistics
- MATH 1303 Precalculus
- MATH 1903 Calculus I
- MATH 1803 – Discrete Mathematics
- THEO 1142 Evangelism and Belief Systems
- ANTH 1800 Cultural Anthropology
- MISS 2111 Global Engagement
- YMI221 Ministry to Youth
- ANTH 3022 (MISS 3022) Cultural Anthropology
- THEO 3011 Systematic Theology I
- THEO 3022 Systematic Theology II
- CHMN 4244 Christian Ministries Internship
- THEO 4411 Apologetics
- THEO 4433 Worldview Integration
- PHL 110 Foundations of Philosophy
- PHI 110 Introduction to Philosophy
- PHI 112 Understanding the Times
- PHI 201 Logic
- PH 221 Introduction to Philosophy God’s Bible School
- PH 225 Apologetics God’s Bible School
- PH 235 Creation Apologetics God’s Bible School
- PHIL 1031 Life, Ethics, and Worldview
- PHIL 4011 Introduction to Philosophy
- PHIL 4022 Ethics
- PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology
- PSY 101 General Psychology
- PSYC 1011 General Psychology
- PYCH 1600 General Psychology
- PSYC 1122 Family Foundations
- PSYC 2011 Theories of Counseling
- PSYC 2013 Introduction to Psychology
- PSYC 2143 Human Growth and Development
- PSY 240 Child Psychology
- PSY 250 Lifespan Development
- PYCH 2610 Statistics
- PSY 272 Research in Psychology
- PSYC 3031 Abnormal Psychology
- PSYC 3211 Fundamentals of Counseling
- PSYC 4022 Applied Research and Statistics
- PSYC 4122 Marriage and Family Counseling
- PSYC 4322 Crisis Counseling
- BIO Life Science and Lab God’s Bible School
- GBIO 1000 Principles of Biology
- BIO 106 Human Biology with Lab
- GSCI 1010 Principles of Earth Science
- PHY 119 Physical Science Survey
- PHY 197 Introductory Astronomy w/Lab
- PHYS 1014 Physical Science
- BIOL 1011 Life Science Laboratory
- BIOL 1013 Life Science
- SCIN 3211 Life Science
- SCIN 3222 Earth Science
- SOC 102 Principles of Sociology
- SOC 1300 Introduction to Sociology
- ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology
- SS 202 Principles of Sociology
- SWK 200 Explorations in Social Work
- SOC 220 Ethnic & Minority Issues
- SWK 231 Social Welfare: Historical Perspectives and Development
- SOCI 2322 Introduction to Sociology
- SOCI 3022 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy
How it works
- Submit a course request and pay in our online system (called Maestro)
- Sevenstar Admissions will send you the additional information needed for the college/course choice that you selected
- Return the additional information and all enrollment requirement documents listed for the college that you selected to Sevenstar Admissions
- The student will then be enrolled at the college by Sevenstar admissions (there may be other items to complete through the college such as a required pretest, etc.)
- Upon college approval, the student will receive an enrollment email directly from the college and a copy will be sent to the student’s school or parent
- Student will begin the course “on College website” keeping in mind all the items agreed to in the Dual Credit Contract and the end date for the course
Our dual credit institutions and courses
Boyce College (KY)
Boyce College is in a position to train students who will serve the church and engage the culture from a convictional and biblical worldview, regardless of the challenges before them. The Boyce College Dual Enrollment Program provides students the unique opportunity to pursue an advanced curriculum toward postsecondary education while still in high school. Participating in dual enrollment saves time and money in the journey of earning a college degree as classes are transferrable to both Christian and secular schools.
- Submit a course requestand pay in the Sevenstar system 4 weeks ahead of the course start date (view start dates). Sevenstar Admissions will then send you our dual credit contract.
- Your tests scores (read details), official high school transcript with an embossed seal, completed parent consent and FERPA forms, and dual credit contract will be sent from Sevenstar to Boyce College upon receipt of your paid course request.
High school students can earn up to 21 hours through the Boyce College dual enrollment at a rate of no more than six hours (two classes) per semester.
Bryan College (TN)
Bryan College is an independent, non-denominational, Christian, liberal arts college which opened in 1930. Bryan students are challenged to examine truth from a biblical perspective and to practice the college mission statement of making a difference in today’s world. Dayton, Tennessee.
Students who complete the Understanding the Times course can earn 2 or 3 hours of college credit through Bryan College, a fully accredited Christian liberal arts college in Dayton, TN. These credits are transferable to most colleges and universities (both religious and secular) and is transcripted as Philosophy 112 under the title “Understanding the Times.” No payments are made to Sevenstar for this course and all details can be found on this page. Questions will be answered by the staff at Summit Ministries.
Cedarville University (OH)
Cedarville University College Now is a dual credit program open to highly qualified students in grades 7–12 who present a clear testimony of personal faith in Jesus Christ and demonstrate a consistent Christian lifestyle.
Students who reside in Ohio and plan to participate in College Credit Plus during the 2017-2018 school year must apply for admission to Cedarville’s College Now program directly with Cedarville. All applications from students intending to apply for CCP funding must be complete by March 25. Please note that Bible courses are not eligible for College Credit Plus funding.
If you live outside Ohio or plan to take a Bible course, please email Sevenstar after reading the Cedarville admissions information. The Sevenstar Admissions office will guide the student and/or school through the admissions process.
Admissions requirements, class offerings, and important dates can be found by clicking here.
- View the start dates and application deadlines.
- Please complete the application process through Sevenstar by Dec. 1st for spring semester classes.
Davis College (NY)
Davis College is a Bible-centered higher education institution committed to making an impact upon the world for Jesus Christ by the fostering of Christian character and the equipping of students with the knowledge, competencies, and skills needed in an ever-changing world for service and leadership within the church, Christian organizations and society. Each course is eight weeks in length and has up to five start dates per year.
- Submit a course request and pay in the Sevenstar system 3 weeks ahead of the course start date (view start dates). Sevenstar Admissions will send you additional Davis College paperwork and our dual credit contract.
- Complete the additional paperwork and return it to Sevenstar Admissions. All paperwork will be sent to Davis College to start their admissions process.
God’s Bible School and College (OH)
Courses from God’s Bible School & College (GBS) begin each semester and summer. Courses do not require a minimum number of students to start. Please note that extensions requested after the course end date will incur an additional fee on top of the extension amount.
- Submit a course request and pay in the Sevenstar system 4 weeks ahead of time (view start dates). Sevenstar Admissions will then send you our dual credit contract.
- Complete the dual credit contract and return to Sevenstar Admissions. Your application and dual credit contract will be sent from Sevenstar to GBS to start their admissions process.
The King’s College (NY)
The King’s College is a classical Christian college, which seeks to transform society by preparing students for careers in which they help to shape and eventually to lead strategic public and private institutions. As a high school, dual-enrollment student, you will have the opportunity to take rigorous college level courses with renowned faculty. High school students may take up to two 16-week courses per semester. No course extensions beyond the stated completion time will be granted.
- Submit a course request and pay in the Sevenstar system 6 weeks ahead of your desired start date (view start dates). Sevenstar Admissions will send you the additional paperwork from The King’s College and our dual credit contract.
- Complete the additional paperwork and return it to Sevenstar Admissions along with a teacher or principal recommendation and an official transcript that bears an embossed seal. Once the application is complete, Sevenstar will send it to The King’s College to start their admissions process.
LeTourneau University (TX)
LeTourneau University’s (LETU) dual enrollment program allows high school students who have at least a 3.0 high school GPA to earn college credit as they complete the requirements for their high school degree. Student programs at LETU are taught using Christian principles and values built upon a foundation of biblical authority, which glorify God by integrating faith, learning, and living. The school offers several courses that other universities do not offer—check it out! They also offer a $16,000 renewable scholarship for any student who succeeds in one of their online dual credit courses and then enrolls full-time on their campus.
- Submit a course request and pay in the Sevenstar system 6 weeks ahead of your desired start date (see LETU start dates). Sevenstar Admissions will send you additional LETU paperwork and our dual credit contract.
- Complete the additional paperwork and return it to Sevenstar Admissions with your official H.S. Transcript at least 5 weeks ahead of your desired start date (see LETU start dates).
- Sevenstar will enroll the student with LETU once all forms and transcript have been submitted to Sevenstar (at least 5 weeks before the LETU start date).
- LETU courses last 15 weeks and there are no extensions.
- LETU will email the student directly with LETU log on information and steps to follow “Prior” to the start date of your course.
Taylor University (IN)
The courses from Taylor University cover an amazing array of subjects. Students may begin on any day of the year and have four months to complete the course. There is a one-time 4 month extension available for $250. Please note that extensions requested after the course end date will incur an additional fee on top of the extension amount. Click here to view a PDF document of course suggestions provided by Taylor University for potential Taylor University Campus students.
- Submit a course request and pay in the Sevenstar system 2 weeks ahead of your desired start date. Sevenstar Admissions will send you additional Taylor University paperwork and our dual credit contract.
- Complete the additional paperwork and return it to Sevenstar Admissions. Once the application is complete, Sevenstar will enroll the student with Taylor University.