|Troy University's eCampus offers dual
enrollment options for home schoolers
Troy University's eCampus is offering high school students
the opportunity to earn college credit while working on a high school
ACCELERATE Dual Enrollment Online allows students to receive both
college and high school credit for core academic classes such as
history, math, science and English, as well as electives -- like
Psychology, Leadership, and World Religions.
"Our reason for implementing a program of this nature was due to an
interest and need from home schools for distance education
opportunities," said Dr. Deb Gearhart, eCampus Director.
Benefits of the program include:
- Enriching Courses -- ACCELERATE
offers more than 40 general studies courses, designed to transfer
easily to other institutions of higher education.
- Unique Academic Calendar -- eCampus
operates on five nine-week terms per year, allowing students to
complete up to two years of college courses while in high school.
- Flexibility -- Students may work
wherever they have internet access, whenever they learn best.
Instructors group content into modules. Within the parameters they
set, students work at their own pace.
- Value -- ACCELERATE reduces the cost
of tuition, housing and other expenses over the course of a college
career. TROY is regarded as a leader in distance education;
certified faculty will provide all instruction.
- Personal Attention -- The Program
Coordinator will closely monitor the progress of our students both
in their classes and as they pursue a college degree, assisting
their selection of transferable and beneficial courses for their
High school sophomores, juniors and seniors with at
least a 19 ACT or 910 SAT score and a high school grade-point average of
3.0 or higher are eligible for acceptance to the program.
For more information, contact the Program Coordinator at 1-334-808-6228
or visit troy.edu and click Online Programs.