Options For Earning College Credit
There are many ways in which students can earn college credit while still in high school, and it is important to consider courses and credit-earning options carefully to ensure a seamless transition from high school to college.
Check out the following web pages to learn more about your options.
Ways to Earn College Credit in High School
The two most common ways to earn college credit in high school are Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment or Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
Detailed descriptions of each, as well as additional credit-earning options are provided on this web page. Choose the route that best fits your learning style and personal goals.
Credit Transfer and Degree Application
Understanding if and how the college credits you earn in high school will transfer to your intended college is important when selecting courses.
Credit Milestone Options
Students can achieve various milestones when it comes to earning college credits while still in high school. While achieving any college credit milestone as a high school student is a great accomplishment, it is important to understand how these options will apply to your intended major to ensure a seamless transition to college.
Visit Credit Milestones.
Contact us for more information about Boise State Concurrent Enrollment.