Dual Enrollment

Early Start, Early Savings, Early Success! Take advantage of our Dual Enrollment programs and get a jump start on your college education in high school.

What is dual enrollment?

Dual enrollment at Wor-Wic is a great way for high school students to earn college credits, and for parents to save money!  You can take one or two classes, or take credits each semester to substantially reduce your time in college.  

Who chooses dual enrollment?

Students, parents, and school administrators recommend dual enrollment—and for many different reasons.

Why choose dual enrollment?

EARLY START
  • Earn credits that count toward college and in some cases high school.
  • Transfer your credits to Maryland or out-of-state colleges and universities.
  • Finish your degree quickly and start your career.
EARLY SAVINGS
  • Reduce your overall college cost – pay community college prices for university-level courses.
  • Attend for free if you are a public high school student on free and reduced meals (FARM) or pay 68% of Wor-Wic’s regular tuition rate if you are a public high school student who doesn’t qualify for FARM. Check for your school below.
  • Pay 75% of Wor-Wic’s regular tuition rate if you attend a private school that has a dual enrollment agreement with Wor-Wic. Check for your school below.
EARLY SUCCESS
  • Build confidence in your ability to handle college coursework.
  • Reduce anxiety about going to college.
  • Experience college on a smaller scale while still in high school.

Requirements for each school are below. See your high school guidance counselor to get started, or contact Rich Webster, Director of Early College Initiatives, at rwebster@worwic.edu or call him at 410-334-2896.

County or School Placement Testing GPA/Age/Other Requirement(s) Cost Contact
Somerset County  The student must complete Wor-Wic’s diagnostic assessment or submit evidence of appropriate scores on SAT, ACT, Next Generation Accuplacer, MCAP or have earned a 2.75 cumulative unweighted high school GPA at the completion of a student’s sophomore year. Certain courses have additional grade requirements. 
  • 2.75 GPA (unweighted)
  • 16 years of age
  • Junior or Senior status
  • Dual Enrollment Certification Form
$96.75 per credit hour (2022-23) and 10% paid by your public school or FREE if you are on free and reduced meals (FARM)
Wicomico County  The student must complete Wor-Wic’s diagnostic assessment or submit evidence of appropriate scores on SAT, ACT, Next Generation Accuplacer, MCAP or have earned a 2.75 cumulative unweighted high school GPA at the completion of a student’s sophomore year. Certain courses have additional grade requirements.
  • 2.75 GPA (unweighted)
  • 16 years of age
  • Junior or Senior status
  • Dual Enrollment Certification Form
$96.75 per credit hour (2022-23) and 10% paid by your public school or FREE if you are on free and reduced meals (FARM)
Worcester County  The student must complete Wor-Wic’s diagnostic assessment or submit evidence of appropriate scores on SAT, ACT, Next Generation Accuplacer, MCAP or have earned a 2.75 cumulative unweighted high school GPA at the completion of a student’s sophomore year. Certain courses have additional grade requirements. 
  • 2.75 GPA (unweighted)
  • 16 years of age
  • Junior or Senior status
  • Dual Enrollment Certification Form
$96.75 per credit hour (2022-23) and 10% paid by your public school or FREE if you are on free and reduced meals (FARM)
The Salisbury School  The student must complete Wor-Wic’s diagnostic assessment or submit evidence of appropriate scores on SAT, ACT or Next Generation Accuplacer. 
  • 3.25 GPA (unweighted)
  • 16 years of age
  • Junior or Senior status
  • Dual Enrollment Certification Form
$96.75 per credit hour (2022-23)

* Tuition rate my vary based on student's residency
Salisbury Christian School  The student must complete Wor-Wic’s diagnostic assessment or submit evidence of appropriate scores on SAT, ACT, Next Generation Accuplacer or have earned a 2.75 cumulative unweighted high school GPA at the completion of a student’s sophomore year. Certain courses have additional grade requirements.
  • 2.75 GPA (unweighted)
  • 16 years of age
  • Junior or Senior status
  • Dual Enrollment Certification Form
$96.75 per credit hour (2022-23)

* Tuition rate my vary based on student's residency
Delmar School District  The student must be a Maryland resident and complete Wor-Wic’s diagnostic assessment or submit evidence of appropriate scores on SAT, ACT, Next Generation Accuplacer or have earned a 2.75 cumulative unweighted high school GPA at the completion of a student’s junior year. Certain courses have additional grade requirements. 
  • 2.75 GPA (unweighted)
  • 16 years of age
  • Senior status
  • Dual Enrollment Certification Form
$96.75 per credit hour (2022-23) and 10% paid by your public school or FREE if you are on free and reduced meals (FARM)
Holly Grove Christian School  The student must complete Wor-Wic’s diagnostic assessment or submit evidence of appropriate scores on SAT, ACT or Next Generation Accuplacer.
  • 2.75 GPA (unweighted)
  • 16 years of age
  • Junior or Senior status
  • Dual Enrollment Certification Form
$96.75 per credit hour (2022-23)

* Tuition rate my vary based on student's residency
Stepping Stones Learning Academy  The student must complete Wor-Wic’s diagnostic assessment or submit evidence of appropriate scores on SAT, ACT, Next Generation Accuplacer or have earned a 3.00 cumulative unweighted high school GPA at the completion of a student’s sophomore year. Certain courses have additional grade requirements.
  • 3.00 GPA (unweighted)
  • 16 years of age
  • Junior or Senior status
  • Dual Enrollment Certification Form
$96.75 per credit hour (2022-23)

* Tuition rate my vary based on student's residency

Courses available to Dual Enrollment Students

Note- many of the courses require appropriate placement based on previous course completion and/or test scores. This list contains courses with no or minimal pre-requisites, with the exception of the higher level STEM courses.

Course Number Course Title
ACT 101  Financial Accounting 
ACT 151  Managerial Accounting (prerequisite ACT 101) 
ART 101  Introduction to Art History 
BIO 101  Fundamentals of Biology 
BIO 105  Principles of Biology I 
BIO 106  Principles of Biology II 
BIO 202  Anatomy and Physiology (acceptable placement test scores) 
BIO 220  Microbiology (acceptable placement test scores) 
BMT 101  Introduction to Business 
BMT 102  Marketing 
BMT 115  International Business 
BMT 125  Finance 
BMT 203  Organizational Communications 
BMT 205  Business Law 
CDC 101  Introduction to Chemical Dependency 
CDC 151  Drug Classification & Pharmacology 
CHM 105  General Chemistry 
CHM 106  General Chemistry II (prerequisite CHM 105) 
CHM 107  Lab Safety 
COM 101  Introduction to Public Speaking 
COM 102  Introduction to Human Communications (prerequisite ENG 101) 
COM 105  Introduction to Communication Theory (prerequisite ENG 101) 
COM 110  Mass Communications (prerequisite ENG 101) 
COM 200  Interpersonal Communication (prerequisite ENG 101) 
CMP 100  Introduction to Computers 
CMP 108  Cybersecurity Ethics 
CMP 115  Fundamentals of Computer Architecture 
CMP 130  Introduction to Web Development 
CMP 134  Approaches to Problem Solving 
CMP 135  Introduction to Programming 
CMP 141  Introduction to Game Development 
CMJ 102  Introduction to Criminal Justice 
CMJ 103  Police Operations 
CMJ 104  Criminal Law 
CMJ 105  Introduction to Forensic Science 
CMJ 152  Law Enforcement and the Community 
CMJ 155  Ethics in Criminal Justice 
ECO 120  Survey of Economics 
ECO 151  Principles of Macroeconomics 
ECO 201  Principles of Microeconomics 
EDU 101  Introduction to Early Childhood 
EDU 102  Child Development 
EDU 104  Teaching Mathematics to Early Learners 
EDU 151  Infant and Toddler Care 
EDU 155  Foundations of Education 
ENG 101  Fundamentals of English I 
ENG 151  Fundamentals of English II (ENG 101 prerequisite) 
ENG 155  Professional Writing and Communication (ENG 101 prerequisite) 
ENV 101  Environmental Science 
FRN 101  Fundamentals of French I 
FRN 102  Fundamentals of French I (FRN 101 prerequisite) 
GEO 101  Earth and Space Science 
GEO 102  Human Geography 
HIS 101  World Civilization I 
HIS 151  World Civilization II 
HIS 201  American History 
HUM 101  Introduction to the Arts 
MTH 102  Mathematical Applications 
MTH 103  Fundamental Concepts I 
MTH 121  Precalculus I 
MTH 122  Precalculus II (MTH 121 prerequisite) 
MTH 152  Elementary Statistics 
MTH 160  Applied Calculus (MTH 121 prerequisite) 
MTH 201  Calculus I ((MTH 122 prerequisite) 
MTH 202  Calculus II (MTH 201 prerequisite) 
MUS 101  Music Appreciation 
OFT 104  Formatting and Typing 
OFT 130  Introduction to Health Information Technology 
OFT 140  Medical Terminology 
OFT 155  Word Processing 
OFT 160  Introduction to Spreadsheets 
OFT 162  Introduction to Database Design 
PHL 101  Introduction to Philosophy 
PHE 106  Integrated Health and Fitness 
PHY 104  Physical Science 
PHY 121  General Physics I (MTH 121 prerequisite) 
PHY 122  General Physics II (PHY 121 prerequisite) 
POL 101  American Government 
PSY 101  Introduction to Psychology 
PSY 201  Human Relations 
PSY 251  Human Growth and Development (PSY 101 prerequisite) 
PSY 252  Abnormal Psychology (PSY 101 prerequisite) 
SOC 101  Introduction to Sociology 
SPN 101  Fundamentals of Spanish I 
SPN 102  Fundamentals of Spanish II (SPN 101 prerequisite) 
SPN 201 Intermediate Spanish I (SPN 102 prerequisite or placement)
SPN 202  Intermediate Spanish II (SPN 201 prerequisite or placement) 
Contact Us Richard Webster Director of Early College Initiatives 410-334-2896 rwebster@worwic.edu
Dual Enrollment Info Guide