Truman Early College
Dual Enrollment by Design
Affordable, High-Quality College Education For High School Students
Students can complement high school study with Truman coursework to earn college credit prior to high school graduation. All courses are taught by highly qualified college faculty or specially qualified high school teachers.
Many courses are included in the MDHE Core 42 transfer catalog.
Spring 2021 Online, Competency-Based, and Dual Credit Courses
Online Courses: Please contact the Institute for Academic Outreach for assistance at email@example.com or 660-785-5384.
Competency-Based Mathematics (Through High School Partnerships)*
- MATH 156 – College Algebra
- MATH 157 – Plane Trigonometry
- MATH 186 – Precalculus
Dual Credit Mathematics (Through High School Partnerships)*
- MATH 198 – Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
- MATH 263 – Analytic Geometry and Calculus
*Requires a formal school partnership and a matching high school class or designated school proctor/qualified instructor.
For more information on Missouri Higher Education Core Transfer Curriculum
(CORE 42), visit dhewd.mo.gov/core42.php
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All courses cost $85 per credit.*
Students on free and reduced lunch take can take up to 9 credit hours free.*
*Textbooks and software costs extra
Most courses are available online or via specialized software platforms.
All students are eligible for academic advising, college planning assistance, and special workshops/webinars on planning for college success.
“I improved my ability to manage my time, and I got a taste of what taking a college-level class is like…It was also one of my first experiences with a high-level online learning system and made the transition to classes in college with online components easier.”
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“I was looking for an opportunity for MORE students to participate in college-level mathematics courses. The CBM program would allow us to expand the number of students we could serve with College Algebra, Plane Trigonometry, and Precalculus and add the opportunity to earn college credit.”
—Shawn Logan, Mathematics Teacher
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Our team can answer your questions. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (660) 785-5384.
Truman Early College Programs
Institute for Academic Outreach
Truman State University
100 E. Normal Ave.
Kirksville, MO 63501