About the Online Dual Credit Initiative for High School Students
Interested and qualified high achieving high school eleventh and twelfth grade students may enroll in a selected number of Rowan University online courses and receive academic credit both from the high school and the university. The majority of courses offered through the High School Dual Credit program fulfill Rowan's general education requirements and the credits earned may also be transferrable to other 4-year institutions. Courses are offered at the substantially discounted rate of $300 per credit for academic year 2016-2017.
Students must meet the eligibility requirements as outlined below:
Minimum 3.0 GPA (on 4.0 scale)
SAT 500 Critical Reading & 500 Math OR PSAT 50 Critical Reading & 50 Math
How to Enroll in a Rowan Online Course
Enrolling in a Rowan Online course requires the involvement of the student, parents/guardians, school district officials, and Rowan Global Academic & Student Services.
Student and Parent/Guardian Responsibilities
Qualified high school students interested in enrolling in a Rowan Online course must do the following:
Return the completed form, signed by both the student and parent/guardian, to the school official.
The School official will sign the form and send it electronically in PDF format via email to firstname.lastname@example.org to the attention of Marie Dionisi.
Rowan Global Academic Services
Upon receipt of the completed and signed form the Rowan Global will:
Officially register students for selected courses.
Once the student has been activated and registered, Rowan Global will email both the student and parent/guardian a confirmation of registration and any other necessary information including textbook details and payment instructions. Students should follow the instructions on the confirmation email and then attend the class as directed.
Eligible Courses for the Online Dual Credit Initiative
Art Appreciation Online
Human Anatomy & Physiology I Online
Computer Game Modeling Online
Intro Econ-Microecon Online
Intro Econ-Macroecon Online
Experiencing Literature Online
History of American Ed Online
Health and Wellness Online
Stress Management Online
Computers & Society Online
Music Fundamentals Online
Music Appreciation Online
Basic Nutrition Online
Intro to Philosophy Online
American Government Online
Essentials of Psychology Online
Human Exceptionality Online
Statistics I Online
Class Schedule for the Online Dual Credit Initiative
Online courses are typically offered in 8-week modules. The starting and ending dates of each module for 2016 are shown below. Full term session dates are also listed.