The Master’s College Dual Enrollment Program

High School Juniors and seniors can get a jump start on their college degree and achieve dual credit through our online courses.  Students earn fully accredited units, taught from a Biblical worldview which are transferrable to most colleges.

Save Money!

You can earn 36 college credits or more, at a discounted rate ($150/unit), while enrolled in The Master’s College Online program.  It’s like giving yourself a $35,000 scholarship! 

Save Time!

  • Earn both high school and college units simultaneously
  • Take classes anytime and anywhere (see our course list here)
  • Finish classes at an accelerated pace 


Should you have additional questions, please contact us by phone (877) 302-3337 or email us at

Course Schedule



Session Dates



Spring 1

Spring 2





Summer 1

Summer 2





Fall 1

Fall 2




Q: Can I work at my own pace?

A: The 8 week courses are divided up by week. This means that you can do that week's work at your own pace during the week as long as you have completed it by the end of that Sunday at 11:55 PM unless otherwise specified in the syllabus.

Q: Who is eligible?

A: Due to the fact that they are college level classes that are accelerated, only 11th and 12th grades are permitted to take the courses. Please note that the classes do require a mature level of initiative, focus, and organization to be able to keep up with the pace of the class. You are responsible to complete the Dual Enrollment form if you are in high school upon appyling to the program.

Q: How many courses should I take per session?

A: We recommend between 1-2 courses per 8 week session.

Q: What is the average amount of time taken on each course?

A: Our students average 10-15 hours per course every week.

Q: Of what does the course consist?

A: Course access will be granted via a course homepage on which you will access to weekly video lectures, discussion forums in which to interact with the rest of the students as well as the professor, tests/quizzes, assignments to upload, reading, and other projects. We use Moodle to host all of our course information.