Free College Credit for Georgia High School Students

Dual-Enrollment Approved Courses at Andrew College
Summer Term

Summer Online Courses
Session 1 (May 30 - July 26, 2019)


BIO 100-Principles of Biology (and Lab)             (4 semester hours)
BIO 123-Human Anatomy and Physiology I       (4 semester hours)
BIO 124-Human Anatomy and Physiology I       (4 semester hours)
BUS 125-Macroeconomics
ENG 111- English Composition I
ENG 112- English Composition II
ENG 123- American Literature
HIS 105-US History to 1865
MAT 111- College Algebra

Summer On-campus Courses
Session 2 (May 30 - June 27, 2019)

MAT 111 - College Algebra

Session 3 (June 28 - July 26, 2019)

PHY 100 - Physical Science (and labs)                  (4 semester hours)

All courses are 3 semester hours unless otherwise noted

Admission Qualifications
To be eligible for admission to the Dual Enrollment program at Andrew College, you must meet the following three criteria:


  • Attend an eligible Georgia public or private high school (or home study program)

  • Be currently enrolled as a 9th, 10th, 11th , or 12th grade student

  • Minimum SAT score of 500 EBRW and 500 Math OR minimum ACT scores of 19 English, 19 Math and 19 Composite.  (Students without satisfactory test scores may be able to be qualified for study through the attainment of satisfactory scores on the Accuplacer exam.)

You can apply online here  or download the Dual Enrollment Application here

Required Information Necessary to Complete Your Application

  • A copy of your official high school transcripts
  • A copy of the Dual Enrollment Advisement form or some other proof of high school and parental permission
  • SAT, ACT, or Accuplacer test score results

Dual Enrollment and HOPE
The postsecondary credit hours taken as a Dual Credit Enrollment student, and for which payment was made was made through the state of Georgia, are not counted as Attempted-Hours nor are they included in the Combined Paid-Hours limit for purposes of HOPE Scholarship or Zell Miller Scholarship eligibility.

Questions?  E-mail the Andrew College Dual Enrollment counselor Tyler Law at