The University of Idaho offers dual credit courses at several high schools across the state. Find out what is offered through your high school. Learn more »
English Teacher Certification
Courses offered through the Grace Nixon English Institute certify high school faculty to teach UI English 101 and 175 at their local high school for dual credit.
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According to the College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees for the 2014-15 school year was $31,231 at a private four-year institution and $9,139 for in-state residents / $22,958 for out-of-state residents at a public four-year institution. The average cost of room and board ranged from $9,804 at a public four-year to $11,188 at a private four-year institution.
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Dual credit is a program that provides eligible high school students an excellent opportunity to earn both high school and university credit for classes taken through the University of Idaho.
Dual credit also provides a wider range of course options for high school students. Courses may be taught at the high school campus, the university campus, or online depending on the arrangements made with the high school. Through this program, dual credit students can accumulate college credits prior to entering college that will help them graduate early or on time.
Eligibility requirements are outlined under the Students link.