Dual Credit courses allow students to earn college credit while attending high school, beginning as early as their junior year.
Taught by fully credentialed adjunct and full-time TCC faculty, Dual Credit courses satisfy high school graduation requirements and provide college credit at the same time.
Courses identified as college-level academic courses by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) are eligible for Dual Credit coursework. Also, designated college-level technical education courses may be taken for dual credit. Specific course offerings are determined through written agreement between the ISD and TCC.
According to the Texas Education Agency (TEA), Dual Credit provides several benefits to students:
Dual Credit is limited to high school students in grades 11 or 12. Check our Service Areas to see if your school is included.
Dual Credit students:
Join us for our Spring 2015 Campus Outreach Visits (PDF will open in a new window) and bring your questions.
Whether you are a parent, current student or prospective student, please come by to ask us questions and learn more about Dual Credit at TCC.
If you have questions about our Campus Outreach Visits, please contact Kathy Burks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-515-1417.
Director of Dual Credit Policy, Compliance and Reporting
Updated March 26, 2015