Dual Enrollment

THS DE students

Dual Enrollment Information

ACT Requirements

MTSU

Motlow


Motlow ACT Requirements

Students must earn a minimum composite score of 19 and sub-scores of 19 in relevant subject areas in order to be eligible for dual enrollment courses as follows:

Dual enrollment math course enrollment requires a sub score in Math of 19. 

Dual enrollment science course enrollment requires a sub score in Science of 19.

Dual enrollment English, Spanish, Speech, Econ, and History Course enrollment requires sub scores of 19 in English and Reading.

MTSU


MTSU ACT Requirements

Students must earn a minimum composite score of 22 and sub-scores of 19 in relevant subject areas in order to be eligible for dual enrollment courses as follows:

Dual enrollment math course enrollment requires a sub score in Math of 19. 

Dual enrollment science course enrollment requires a sub score in Science of 19.

Dual enrollment English, Spanish, Speech, Econ, and History Course enrollment requires sub scores of 19 in English and Reading.

GPA


Students must have a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 to enroll in dual enrollment courses.

Admissions Paperwork


Students must complete all applications and financial assistance paperwork required by Motlow or MTSU prior to the announced deadline in order to be eligible for dual enrollment courses in the following semester. 

Students/Parents are responsible for all fees and charges incurred for dual enrollment courses.  Motlow and MTSU websites provide a complete explanation of the current fees for parents and students. Lack of payment will result in credits not posted for high school credit and may impact a student’s graduation eligibility.

Dual Enrollment Grant Application

Motlow Dual Enrollment Office

MTSU Dual Enrollment Office

 

Locations

Courses at THS


11th and 12th  Grade students may elect to take Motlow dual enrollment classes offered on the THS campus.

The student's THS schedule will reflect the dual enrollment courses from which students have enrolled. 

Dual enrollment courses follow the college academic calendar which does not align with the THS calendar. THS school related events do not excuse students from the college courses on either campus.

Courses at College Campus


11th and 12th  Grade students may elect to attend dual enrollment courses on the respective college campus.

The student's THS schedule will reflect the dual enrollment courses from which students have enrolled. 

Dual enrollment courses follow the college academic calendar which does not align with the THS calendar. THS school related events do not excuse students from the college courses on either campus.

Online Courses


11th and 12th  Grade students may elect to take dual enrollment classes offered online.  Students must get approval from the THS principal prior to enrolling in any online courses.

The student's THS schedule will reflect the dual enrollment courses from which students have enrolled. 

Dual enrollment courses follow the college academic calendar which does not align with the THS calendar. THS school related events do not excuse students from the college courses on either campus.

Course Options

THS Course Name  ====  College Course Name

  • THS English III  ==== English 1010 (fall) or English 1020 (spring)
    *Offered at 7am at THS

  • THS English IV  ==== English 1010 (fall) or English 1020 (spring)
    *Offered at 7am at THS

  • THS Precal ==== Math 1710 (fall) or Motlow Math 1720 (spring)
    *Offered at 7am at THS

  • THS US GOVERNMENT==== POLS 1030

  • THS Economics  ==== ECON 2100 (macroeconomics) or ECON 2200 (microeconomics)

  • THS PE ====  PHED 1030 online walking

  • THS Wellness ====  Wellness HPE 2340

  • THS Psychology ====  Psychology 1030

  • THS Fine Arts ==== Art 1030 (Art Appreciation)

  • THS Statistics ==== Math 1530 (STATS)
    *Offered at 7am at THS spring semester

  • THS US History ==== US HISTORY 2010 or US HISTORY 2020 (can take both)

THS Fine Arts ====  MUS 1030 (Music Appreciation)

 

**Other courses may be approved by Mrs. Kinsey or Mrs. Rose**

Dropping Courses and Incompletes:


Students must work with high school counselors and college dual enrollment staff,  in order to drop dual enrollment courses. Dropping courses may impact future financial aid and/or a student's graduation eligibility.  Students must complete each course and receive a grade.  Incompletes cannot be accepted at THS.

 

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