Dual Enrollment Student

Online Dual Enrollment

Get Ahead with Online Dual Enrollment

With PCC Online, Christian school and Abeka Academy accredited students can take dual enrollment classes now. While other high school students are wondering what college will be like, you’ll already know.

You’ll get an early start to pursuing your calling. Earn credits toward your degree. And experience college expectations as you take classes in a variety of subject areas.


Pensacola Christian College has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.

Choose from over 30 Courses

Boost your confidence for college by excelling in Bible, English, math, history, science, and elective courses now. Take up to 2 classes per term, and start earning credits toward a degree. If your school approves, you could earn high school and college credit for each class.

Make Affordable Payments

Get dual enrollment classes for only $200/credit hour. Plus, with the payment plan, you can start a 3-credit class for just $150.

Take Classes Online

You’ll get the same class lectures as on-campus students. But with PCC Online, your courses fit around your high school studies. By taking courses now, you'll have more time to explore your interests in college.

Dual enrollment classes will be available for the fall, spring, and summer terms. Don’t miss your chance to apply!

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  • A rising junior or senior in a Christian school or Abeka Academy accredited program
  • at least 12 high school credits,
  • a high school GPA of 3.0 or above, and
  • an ACT composite score of 21, CLT score of 70, or SAT total score of 1060 (high scores on PCC placement exams may waive this requirement)

Also, for international students, the expected minimum TOEFL score is as follows:

  • 61 internet-based (15 per section)
  • 15 per section paper-delivered

You'll access your courses online through Canvas, an online learning management system where you can watch course videos; turn in assignments; take quizzes and tests; and communicate with other students, your teacher, and the Online Learning Office.

Online dual enrollment courses have the same lectures and course requirements as on-campus college courses. For a 3-credit course, plan to spend about 9 hours a week watching course lectures, studying, and completing course assignments. Plan 6 hours weekly for 2-credit courses and 12 hours weekly for 4-credit courses.

All tests are completed online through Canvas and may be proctored by a remote online proctor or by an approved in-person proctor. There is no charge to use remote proctoring.