Earn college credits while in high school

If you do not reside in Michigan, please use the CUW pre-college webpage.

High school students have the option to earn college credit by enrolling in online and/or face to face courses at the Ann Arbor campus. Courses are offered during the fall, spring and summer terms at a fraction of the traditional undergraduate cost. Students may choose to enroll in a max of 2 courses for the fall and spring term which allows for a jump start to the college experience!

Courses Available

On-campus course at CUAA : Students who can commute to the Ann Arbor campus can enroll in an on-campus course with our traditional undergraduate students.

  • Students have the ability to select any undergraduate course from the academic catalog, as long as they meet the pre-requisites
  • Most on-campus courses will require a textbook purchase. Online Bookstore Webpage

View the full course listing below by term and be sure to select JT for campus location.

To verify on campus course availability and to register, please contact: Deirdre Lozon at deirdre.lozon@cuaa.edu l 734.995.7312

List of on-campus courses

Online course: students enrolling in online courses will be placed in courses with other high school students from private, public, and homeschool locations all over the globe. The fall and spring term courses are 16 weeks in length, and the summer term courses span over 10 weeks.

  • Our flexible courses are taught by faculty with the ability for the student to log in any time from any location
  • Courses are not self-paced and students will have set deadlines for assignments

List of online courses

Tuition

Concordia Promise Dual Credit

  • Eligible students attend a Christian high school or are homeschooled
  • students can earn a max of 36 credits
  • $50 per credit ($75 per credit, effective July 1, 2021)

Students are eligible to receive the Concordia Promise plus scholarship in the amount paid for the dual credit courses that is applied to undergraduate tuition, if the student choooses to attend CUW or CUAA.

Michigan's Postsecondary Education Options Act (PEOA)

  • Eligible students attend a public or private high school in Michigan
  • Cost is paid by the state or school district
  • $150 per credit
    • Summer term, courses offered at the high school, and REL courses do not qualify
    • Concordia submits invoice to the state or school district
    • Student responsible for tuition if they do not receive a passing grade or drop

Dual Credit

  • Eligible students attend a public high school
  • cost is $150 per credit

Apply

New students

  1. Complete a NON-DEGREE application and select you intend to enroll as a dual credit student
  2. Submit a high school transcript (transcripts can be emailed to precollege@cuw.edu)
  3. Submit a Qualifying Test Score for MI funding

New Student - Apply Now

Returning students

Students who have already taken a Concordia dual credit course will need to complete a form below to indicate their course of interest. No transcript is required. To enroll in multiple terms, submit the form twice.

Returning Student - Apply Now

Admission requirements

  • Students in grades 9-12 are eligible. writing sample may be required for grade 9 students.
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA in high school academic courses

Academic Year (2021 - 2022)

  •  SUMMER: June 7th - August 13th
    • Apply by May 1st
  • FALL: August 30th - December 17th
    • Apply by July 1st
  • SPRING: January 24th - May 13th
    • Apply by December 1st

Questions about our pre-college program contact:

Links and Downloads

These 16-week online courses are organized into weekly units with assignment deadlines. Students can login and complete coursework anytime during the day or night. 

All courses are offered during the fall and spring term. Those with an * are also offered during the summer.

COURSES THAT ARE PART OF THE CONCORDIA CORE CURRICULUM 

ELECTIVES OR SPECIFIC TO MAJOR

  • ED 102 Foundations of Education l 3 credits course overview
    • ED 102 may NOT satisfy MI requirements for teacher candidates attending CUAA.
Our online course descriptions may be helpful to review with your school counselor to determine approval.

ON-CAMPUS COURSES (MAY BE ON-CAMPUS OR VIRTUAL)

View the full course listing below by term and be sure to select JT for campus location.

To verify on campus course availability and to register, please contact: Deirdre Lozon at deirdre.lozon@cuaa.edu l 734.995.7312

Music Ensembles: See the courses listed under Music. If you have questions on these courses or our ensembles, please Contact william.perrine@cuaa.edu for more information. Applied Music courses (lessons) do not qualify for Concordia Promise funding.

Pre-College on-campus Courses