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Dual Enrollment

Earn College Credit in High School

Evangel’s dual enrollment program allows high school students to learn from committed Christian professionals, scholars, and leaders as they earn college credit for general education courses.

Some high schools may apply credit for courses successfully completed at Evangel to high school graduation requirements. Check with your high school counselor for details.

For more information, contact Dee Salmon at salmond@evangel.edu 417.865.2815 ext. 8274.

Student Eligibility and Admission Requirements

  • High school juniors and seniors are eligible to apply for dual enrollment classes.
  • Applicants are required to have a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA or higher.
  • High school counselor certification is required.
  • Students can enroll in up to two courses per term.

Fall 2024 Registration Opens June 3, 2024

Course Offerings

Fall 2024 Dual Enrollment Online Courses
  • Fall 2024 courses start August 28 and end December 14 
  • Textbooks are available from the Evangel Bookstore website (select “FA-24” as the term).
  • Virtual proctoring is used with most online exams (requires a working webcam). 
Course Title and Catalog DescriptionLecture NumberCredit HoursTuition Cost
BIBL 115 Old Testament Literature An introductory analytical survey of the Old Testament in its historical-cultural and literary context. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. ODE 223$195
BIOL 101 Biological Science w/Lab Introductory course in biological science emphasizing the development of critical thinking skills in science, procedure skills, and content competency. Laboratory is required and involves scientific inquiry methods and a research component. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. ODE 22 w/ 
LAB ODE 55 
4$260
ENGL 111 Composition 
Introduction to the thesis-support essay form, including informative, persuasive, and documented, with an emphasis on avoiding plagiarism. Includes strategies for organizing, writing, editing, revising, quoting, summarizing, paraphrasing, and documenting. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
ENGL 123 Introduction to Literature 
Introduction to understanding and interpreting literature. Literary selections drawn from various cultures and at least three common genres. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
FIN 138 Personal Finance 
The purpose of this course is to provide the student an overview of the role stewardship plays in one’s daily life. There is a strong emphasis placed on Biblical purposes of money, attitudes towards financial wealth, and accountability for personal resource choices. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
HIST 111 American History I 
Survey from the time of discovery and exploration of America through the founding and development of the 13 English colonies, the Revolutionary War, the establishment of the United States Constitution and government, the War of 1812, westward expansion and manifest destiny, states’ rights, slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
MATH 210 Elementary Statistics 
Descriptive statistics including univariate, bivariate, and multivariate data; binomial and normal probability distributions; and confidence intervals, parametric, and non-parametric hypothesis tests. Uses a statistical software package such as SPSS. Satisfies mathematics proficiency requirements. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
PHIL 110 Introduction to Critical Reasoning 
Exploration of topics in informal and inductive reasoning with emphasis on recognizing and evaluating arguments and fallacies in ordinary, literary, and scientific contexts. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 22 3$195
PSYC 112 Introduction to Psychology 
Introduction to basic procedures in the study of behavior and to elementary principles of conditioning, motivation, emotion, personality, sensation, perception, abnormal behavior, psychotherapy, and social dynamics. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 22 3$195
SOCI 111 Introduction to Sociology 
Basic principles of social structures and processes. Major concepts and the scientific point of view in dealing with social phenomena. Social institutions and their interrelationships. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 22 3$195

Fall 2024 Online Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

Fall 2024 Dual Enrollment On Campus Courses
  • Fall 2024 courses start August 28 and end December 14  
  • Textbooks are available from the Evangel Bookstore website (select “FA-24” as the term).
  • Virtual proctoring is used with most online exams (requires a working webcam). 
Course Title and Catalog DescriptionLecture NumberCredit HoursMeeting TimeLocationTuition Cost
ART 110- Fundamentals of Two-Dimensional Design 
Visual design concepts, including artistic vocabulary, aesthetic theory, and use of design elements and principles in various media and materials. Along with Drawing I, forms the foundation for later courses in two-and three-dimensional art. Special fees. 
CDE 13M/W/F 
11 -12:50 pm 
Barnett Fine Arts 214 $295 
(Includes $100 
Course Fee
ECON 212 Principles of Macroeconomics 
Introduction to economic problems of finance, labor, employment, international trade, social problems, price and wage structure, prosperity and depressions, inflation and deflation, and the role of government in the economic field. 
CDE 13Tues/Thurs 12:30-1:45 pm Zimmerman Hall 113 $195
FIN 138 Personal Finance 
The purpose of this course is to provide the student an overview of the role stewardship plays in one’s daily life. There is a strong emphasis placed on Biblical purposes of money, attitudes towards financial wealth, and accountability for personal resource choices. 
CDE 1 3M/W/F 
8:45-9:35 am 
Zimmerman Hall 105 $195
GSCI 115 Physical Science (Lecture) 
Explores the study of motion and energy. Topics include basic ideas of electricity, phenomena of light and radiation, elementary thermodynamics, and the structure of matter in terms of atoms and molecules and their nature. May take with or without GSCI 115 
LAB CDE 51 
CDE 13M/W/F 
8:45-9:35 am 
Zimmerman Hall 105 $195
GSCI 115 Physical Science (LAB) 
Accompanies GSCI 115 as the laboratory component. Lab fees. 
CDE 511Thursday 1-2:50 pmZimmerman Hall 320 $110 
(Includes $45 Lab Fee) 
LEAD 250 Personal Leadership 
Provides practical insights and approaches to develop the disciplines necessary to lead an effective personal life. The course includes tools and processes to identify and develop personal strengths and accountability for personal growth. 
CDE 13Tues/Thurs 
8:15-9:30 am 
Zimmerman Hall 101 $195
MATH 210 Elementary Statistics 
Descriptive statistics including univariate, bivariate, and multivariate data; binomial and normal probability distributions; and confidence intervals, parametric, and non-parametric hypothesis tests. Uses a statistical software package such as SPSS. 
CDE 1
CDE 2
3Tues/Thurs 
11-12:15 pm 

Tues/Thurs 
2:00-3:15 pm 
Zimmerman Hall 102$195
PHIL 115 Introduction to Philosophy 
Exploration of topics in informal and inductive reasoning with emphasis on recognizing and evaluating arguments and fallacies in ordinary, literary, and scientific contexts. 
CDE 13M/W/F 
11 – 11:50 am 
AGTS Rm. 116 $195
PSYC 138 Psychology of Healthy Relationships 
This course provides foundational exploration regarding personal wholeness in relationship to self, family, others and God. Emphasis is placed on personal application of course material to promote greater self-awareness and ability to live out healthy choices regarding areas explored in the course. Theoretical models are explored regarding development, mental health & relationships to include recognizing & coping with stress and interpersonal conflicts. 
CDE 13Tues/Thurs 
8:15-9:30 pm 
Trask Hall 102 $195

Fall 2024 Dual Enrollment On-Campus Course Offerings

Spring 2025 Dual Enrollment Online Courses
  • Spring 2025 courses start January 8 and end May 2 
  • Spring break is March 10-14 
  • Textbooks are available from the Evangel Bookstore website (select “SP-25” as the term).
  • Virtual proctoring is used with most online exams (requires a working webcam). 
Course Title and Catalog DescriptionLecture NumberCredit HoursTuition Cost
BIBL 116 New Testament Literature 
An introductory analytical survey of the New Testament in its historical-cultural and literary context. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 22 3$195
ECON 212 Principles of Macroeconomics 
Introduction to economic problems of finance, labor, employment, international trade, social problems, price and wage structure, prosperity and depressions, inflation and deflation, and the role of government in the economic field. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
ENGL 111 Composition 
Introduction to the thesis-support essay form, including informative, persuasive, and documented, with an emphasis on avoiding plagiarism. Includes strategies for organizing, writing, editing, revising, quoting, summarizing, paraphrasing, and documenting. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
ENGL 123 Introduction to Literature 
Introduction to understanding and interpreting literature. Literary selections drawn from various cultures and at least three common genres. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
GSCI 113 Earth Science w/Lab 
Introductory topics in geology, meteorology, and astronomy. Geology topics include rocks and minerals, plate tectonics, building and shaping of Earth’s surfaces, and geologic dating. Astronomy topics include the Universe, components of Earth’s solar system, and the effects of Earth’s movement in space. Meteorology topics include Earth’s atmosphere, weather and climate, and Earth’s water structures and cycles. 
Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 22 
w/ LAB 
ODE 51 
4$260
GOVT 170 Introduction to American Government 
Analysis of the structure, principles, and processes of the American federal government. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
HIST 112 American History II 
Survey from 1877, examining American institutions and ideas; the rise of nationalism; the emergence of America as a strong nation; WWI and the Great Depression; WWII and the Cold War; and the United State’s role in the worldwide political situation. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
MATH 129 Precalculus Algebra 
A study of the development of the real number system; algebraic operations; inequalities; linear, quadratic, and polynomial functions and their zeroes; inverse functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; complex numbers; and trigonometry. Prerequisite: Two years high school algebra or equivalent. 
Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
PHIL 115 Introduction to Philosophy 
Exploration of topics in informal and inductive reasoning with emphasis on recognizing and evaluating arguments and fallacies in ordinary, literary, and scientific contexts. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks. 
ODE 223$195
PSYC 138 Psychology of Healthy Relationships 
This course provides foundational exploration regarding personal wholeness in relationship to self, family, others and God. Emphasis is placed on personal application of course material to promote greater self-awareness and ability to live out healthy choices regarding areas explored in the course. Theoretical models are explored regarding development, mental health and relationships to include recognizing and coping with stress and interpersonal conflicts. Course has weekly due dates. See the Evangel Bookstore for required textbooks 
ODE 223$195

Spring 2025 Dual Enrollment Online Course Offerings

Spring 2025 Dual Enrollment On-Campus Course Offerings: Coming Soon


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Dual Enrollment Application/Registration

New students can start with Evangel’s online application (select “Dual Enrollment” as the program).

Accepted students and returning students can register for upcoming dual enrollment courses in the Evangel Student Portal.


Frequently Asked Questions


How much does it cost?

Evangel University’s dual enrollment courses cost $65 per credit hour. A three-credit hour course will cost $195. Lab fees may apply.


How do I buy my textbooks?

Required textbooks can be purchased or rented from the Evangel Bookstore. (Search for course by term).

Many of Evangel’s dual enrolled courses include textbooks and course materials included with registration.


What if I am home schooled?

We love home schooled students and welcome you to apply. You must be a minimum of 16 years old and in 11th grade.


Can I apply for financial aid or scholarships?

Only degree seeking students, admitted to our undergraduate program, can receive financial assistance. Courses are extremely affordable at only $65 per credit hour.


Do I have to come to the Springfield, Missouri campus for my classes?

No. Evangel University currently offers online classes. Evangel uses Canvas, a web based learning and delivery platform. Bulletin boards, chat features, and email within Canvas allows students to communicate with classmates and professors.


What services are available to dual enrollment students?

Dual enrolled students have access to our bookstore, library, and Student Success Center support.


Will I receive a grade in my courses?

Yes. Dual Enrolled students will receive a letter grade that will be recorded on an official Evangel University transcript.


How will I receive a transcript?

Students can request transcripts from the National Student Clearinghouse to be sent to their high school or institution of their choice. Order Evangel Transcripts


What can I do with these credits?

Credits earned under the Evangel dual enrollment program can be applied to a degree at Evangel University or transferred to any regionally accredited institution. You should always check with your destination college concerning specific transferability and grade requirements.


What if I need to withdraw/drop a dual credit course?

First, discuss your situation with your professor. He/she may be able to help you with whatever challenge you are facing. Dual enrollment students are subject to the same drop/add/withdraw procedures as any other student. For more information, please contact dualenrollment@evangel.edu.


Is there a difference between dual enrollment and early admissions?

Yes. The dual enrollment program offers students the opportunity to supplement their high school classes with college level courses for credit. Dual enrolled students will still need to complete the regular application for admission. You can apply at the conclusion of your junior year in high school.


How can I learn more about college life at Evangel?

There is no better way to learn about college life at Evangel than to experience the Evangel community for yourself on a Campus Visit. Our admissions team is always available to provide information as well!


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