Dual Credit

Traditional Dual Credit

College courses taught in high schools by high school teachers. Subject areas include Math, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Music, Spanish, English, Engineering, French and History.

Western Institute currently offers the following traditional dual credit courses. Please call us or check with your counselor to find out which specific courses are offered at your high school.

  • ACT 102 Intro to Web Page Development (3 credit hours)
  • ART 100 Introduction to Art (3 credit hours)
  • BIO 101 Principles of Biology (4 credit hours)
  • CHE 111 General Chemistry (5 credit hours)
  • COM104 Oral Communication (3 credit hours)
  • CSC 201 Microcomputer Applications (3 credit hours)
  • EGT 205 Computer Aided Drafting (3 credit hours)
  • ENG 104 College Writing and Rhetoric (3 credit hours)
  • FRE 100 Elementary French I (3 credit hours)
  • FRE 101 Elementary French II (3 credit hours)
  • FRE 200 Intermediate French I (3 credit hours)
  • FRE 201 Intermediate French II (3 credit hours)
  • HIS 140 American History to 1865 (3 credit hours)
  • HIS 150 American History Since 1865 (3 credit hours)
  • JOU 200 Principles and Theory of Mass Media and Journalism (3 credit hours)
  • MAT 116 College Algebra (3 credit hours)
  • MAT 119 Trigonometry (2 credit hours)
  • MAT 132 Elementary Statistics (3 credit hours)
  • MAT 167 Calculus (5 credit hours)
  • MUS 101 Music Appreciation (3 credit hours)
  • PED101 Fitness & Wellness (3 credit hours)
  • PHY107 Introduction to Physics (4 credit hours)
  • PSY101 General Psychology (3 credit hours)
  • SPA 100 Elementary Spanish I (3 credit hours)
  • SPA 101 Elementary Spanish II (3 credit hours)

The high school faculty must be approved by Missouri Western to teach the class for college credit. A master’s degree with a minimum of 18 hours in the subject area is required. The approved High School instructor works with an assigned Missouri Western faculty liaison on course content, testing procedures, professional development, etc.