​Dual Enrollment at Your High School

95% of College Credit Plus students believe they are better prepared for college-level coursework when they graduate.

Earn College Credit Without Leaving Your High School

Get a jump-start on your college career and start earning college credit today! Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded college credit through the University of Findlay and will receive an official Findlay transcript.

Program Goals

  • Help students make successful transitions to college and career;
  • Offer educators professional development opportunities through the sharing of teaching and learning strategies;
  • Prepare high school teachers to teach university classes in their high schools and support them as they deliver the courses;
  • Motivate students to achieve to high levels of education. 

Qualified High School Teachers

The University of Findlay trains qualified high school teachers to deliver our college-level courses in their classrooms. These teachers are required to meet the following criteria:
  • A master’s degree in the content area or a master’s degree in education which includes the equivalent of 18 semester hours of advanced training in the relevant subject (i.e. content-specific graduate courses, workshops, seminars and curriculum development).
  • One year experience teaching the course at the high school level.
  • Recommendation of the district superintendent and building principal.
  • Recommendation of the Findlay faculty based on successful completion of the summer workshop.

Courses Available

College-level courses available through the College Credit Plus program offered at high schools:
  • Principles of Financial Accounting
  • Introduction to Animal Science
  • Introduction to Biological Sciences
  • Oceanus
  • Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology/Lab
  • Basic Chemistry/Lab
  • General Chemistry I/Lab
  • General Chemistry II/Lab
  • Principles of Speech
  • Teaching as a Profession
  • College Writing I
  • College Writing II
  • Literature Appreciation
  • Environment and Society
  • Personal Finance
  • Elementary French I
  • Elementary French II
  • History of the US to 1865
  • History of the US from 1865
  • Global History, c.500BC to 1780AD
  • Global History, 1780 to Present
  • Elementary Statistics
  • College Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Calculus I
  • Calculus II
  • General Physics I/Lab
  • American Politics
  • International Relations
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Elementary Spanish I
  • Elementary Spanish II
  • Intermediate Spanish I
  • Intermediate Spanish II