- Dual Credit
Through the Dual Credit program students will have many great opportunities to start their college career. Not only will students get a head start on their college education, they can earn both high school and college credit simultaneously, and will have a great foundation and understanding of College expectations.
As your community college, we are here to assist our dual credit students with the transition from high school to College and help our students meet their educational goals.
There are two tracks you can follow to receive dual credit. First, there is the Academic Core track. Students will begin working towards completing the College Core Curriculum to further their college education. The second track for dual credit is the Career and Technical track which is designed for students who want to complete a Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science degree in two years or less and go directly to the work force.
Navarro College would like to welcome you and we look forward to assisting you!
Navarro College's Dual Credit Program services dual credit, early college high school, early admissions high school students enrolling in college course(s).
High school level students are classified as early admissions if they do not attend a partnership school in Navarro College’s service area. This may include, homeschooled students, private schools, and charter schools.
The following courses are approved for dual credit. Field of Study and Workforce Education Course will be approved on an individual basis.
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Through dual credit partnership agreements, the College and the public school districts in Ellis, Freestone, Leon, Limestone, and Navarro Counties have aligned courses that meet both high school and College learning objectives. Depending upon the school district, these courses are offered at local high schools, all Navarro College Campus locations, and online. Students must have approval from their high school counselor for enrollment. Please note: Dual Credit Discounts only apply during the normal Fall and Spring academic semesters while the student is enrolled in high school courses.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board requires that courses offered for dual
credit meet these criteria: (Texas Administrative Code: 4.85)
The course is listed under either in the current Academic Course Guide Manual (ACGM) or the current Workforce Education Course Manual (WECM).
The course must be one the college’s core curriculum (in the college's "course inventory").
The course must NOT be developmental or remedial.
The course must be foreign language, in the Navarro College core curriculum, in the WECM, or ACGM courses with the following rubrics: ACCT, AGRI, ARCH, BCIS, BUSI, COSC, CRIJ, ENGR, ENGT, FORE, FORS, HORT, RNSG.
PHED and KINE courses are not eligible for dual credit.
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Navarro College is in a joint partnership with Waxahachie ISD for Waxahachie Global High School’s designation of an Early College High School established in 2007. Early College High Schools are specialized programs with designation and approval from the Texas Education Agency.
Students enrolled at Waxahachie Global High School will follow all enrollment procedures as outlined by the high school.
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