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Jump-start your college career this summer!

Earn college credit while in high school

ON CAMPUS or ONLINE

Earn both high school and college credit through Dual Enrollment, Georgia’s program that allows eligible high school students to earn college credit during our 8-week summer semester. We invite you to browse our summer courses and consult with one of our professionals to see if you are eligible to participate in Dual Enrollment at Middle Georgia State University this summer.

Your tuition, fees and textbooks are covered by the Georgia Student Finance Commission.


Dual Enrollment
Summer Semester Begins on May 31st!



Key dates for Summer 2017:


Classes begin
May 31st
Summer Semester
May 31st - July 25th
Registration
Now Open



Summer Semester 2017 courses by campus and online:

Macon Campus

ACCT 2101: Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 2102: Principles of Accounting II
BIOL 1001: Introduction to Biology I
BIOL 1002: Introduction to Biology II
BIOL 1114: Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 1124: Anatomy and Physiology II
BIOL 1134: Microbiology for Health Sciences
CHEM 1151: Survey of Chemistry I
CHEM 1152: Survey of Chemistry II
CHEM 1211: Principles of Chemistry I
CHEM 1212: Principles of Chemistry II
CHEM 2211: Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 2212: Organic Chemistry II
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
ECON 2105: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2106: Principles of Microeconomics
ENGL 1101: English Composition I
ENGL 1102: English Composition II
HIST 1112: History of World Civilization since 1650
HIST 2111: U.S. History to 1865
HIST 2112: U.S. History since 1865
HUMN 2151: Special Topics
MATH 1101: Introduction to Mathematical Modeling
MATH 1251: Calculus I
MATH 2252: Calculus II
MATH 2270: Differential Equations
MUSC 1100: Music Appreciation
PHYS 1011: Physical Science I
PHYS 1111: Introductory Physics I
PHYS 1112: Introductory Physics II
POLS 1101: American Government
PSYC 1101: Introduction to General Psychology
PSYC 2103: Introduction to Human Development
SOCI 1101: Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 1160: Introduction to Social Problems
SPAN 1001: Elementary Spanish I
SPAN 1002: Elementary Spanish II

Cochran Campus

ARTS 1000: Art Appreciation
ASTR 1010: Astronomy of the Solar System
BIOL 1001: Introduction to Biology I
BIOL 1114: Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 1124: Anatomy and Physiology II
BIOL 1134: Microbiology for Health Sciences
CHEM 1151: Survey of Chemistry I
CHEM 1152: Survey of Chemistry II
CHEM 1211: Principles of Chemistry I
CHEM 1212: Principles of Chemistry II
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
ECON 2106: Principles of Microeconomics
ENGL 1101: English Composition I
ENGL 1102: English Composition II
HIST 1112: History of World Civilization since 1650
HIST 2111: U.S. History to 1865
HIST 2112: U.S. History since 1865
HUMN 2151: Special Topics
MATH 1101: Introduction to Mathematical Modeling
MATH 1200: Elementary Statistics
PHYS 1111: Introductory Physics I
PHYS 1112: Introductory Physics II
PHYS 2211: Principles of Physics I
PHYS 2212: Principles of Physics II
POLS 1101: American Government

Dublin Campus

ARTS 1000: Art Appreciation
BIOL 1114: Anatomy and Physiology I
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
ENGL 1101: English Composition I
HIST 2111: U.S. History to 1865
HIST 2112: U.S. History since 1865
MATH 1200: Elementary Statistics
POLS 1101: American Government
PSYC 1101: Introduction to General Psychology
PSYC 2103: Introduction to Human Development

Warner Robins Campus

ACCT 2102: Principles of Accounting II
BIOL 1001: Introduction to Biology I
BIOL 1002: Introduction to Biology II
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
ENGL 1101: English Composition I
ENGL 1102: English Composition II
ENGL 2111: World Literature I
HIST 1111: History of World Civilization to 1650
HIST 2112: U.S. History since 1865
HUMN 2151: Special Topics
MATH 1112: Trigonometry
MATH 1200: Elementary Statistics
POLS 1101: American Government
SPAN 1001: Elementary Spanish I

Online Courses

ARTS 1000: Art Appreciation
BUSA 1105: Introduction to Business
BUSA 2015: Comm. in the Business Environment
COMM 1100: Introduction to Human Communication
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
CRJU 1100: Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJU 2316: Introduction to Criminology
CRJU 2317: Introduction to Criminal Law
CRJU 2318: Introduction to Corrections
CRWR 2105: Introduction to Creative Writing
ECON 2105: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2106: Principles of Microeconomics
ENGL 1101: English Composition I
ENGL 1102: English Composition II
ENGL 2111: World Literature I
ENGL 2112: World Literature II
ENGL 2131: American Literature I
ENGL 2132: American Literature II
HIST 1111: History of World Civilization to 1650
HIST 1112: History of World Civilization since 1650
HIST 2111: U.S. History to 1865
HIST 2112: U.S. History since 1865
HLTH 1101: Health
ITEC 1001: Perspectives on the History of Computing
ITEC 2201: Business Information Applications
ITEC 2215: Introduction to Information Technology
ITEC 2260: Introduction to Computer Programming
ITEC 2270: Application Development
ITEC 2380: Web Development
MATH 1111: College Algebra
MATH 2120: Discrete Mathematics
MUSC 1100: Music Appreciation
POLS 1101: American Government
POLS 2401: Introduction to Global Issues
POLS 2501: Introduction to Domestic Issues
POLS 2601: Introduction to Public Administration
PSYC 1101: Introduction to General Psychology
PSYC 2103: Introduction to Human Development
SOCI 1101: Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 1160: Introduction to Social Problems
SPAN 1001: Elementary Spanish I
SPAN 1002: Elementary Spanish II


New Dual Enrollment students contact:

Maggie Schuyler, Assistant Director of Admissions

478.471.2725


Continuing Dual Enrollment students contact:

Brian Warren, Dual Enrollment Coordinator

478.934.3177


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  LAST MODIFIED: 8/18/2017