Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment gives high school students in public, private, charter schools the opportunity to take college courses from Steven J. Green School of International affairs in the fields of Economics, History, Criminal Justice, Modern Languages, Global Studies, Politics and International Affairs and Religion. While in the program students earn college credits tuition free; student is exempt from the payment of registration, tuition, and laboratory fees. Plus, Dual Enrollment students receive university perks like a Panther ID, access to FIU Library, tutoring, student resources, and the chance to Experience FIU.

If you choose Full-Time/Dual Enrollment Early Admission, you can enroll in courses full time on campus beginning in your senior year, or from the comfort of your own high school. Students in this program enroll in 12-15 credits each semester and earn credits that apply toward high school graduation and a bachelor's degree.

Future admission to FIU as a degree-seeking student is selective and is not guaranteed via participation in the Dual Enrollment Program. Prospective students must apply to FIU and meet all FIU admissions requirements.

Courses Currently Offered

  • AFA 2004 Black Popular Culture Global Dimensions

Click here to see the full program catalog.

Majors Offered

You can take a look at our full list of majors offered and their track sheets on our Resources page.

I am taking dual enrollment courses in order to save money and get ahead on college classes. These are a benefit for my education because they allow me to start getting used to the material that college courses challenge me with.

Student, Political Science

I had a pleasant experience with the FIU dual enrollment class 12th grade American government. This class has positively impacted my political knowledge. Additionally, I learned the different processes that go into the creation of laws and the implementation of these laws. I am taking this class to better my understanding of the world I live in.

Student, Political Science

I began taking Dual Enrollment courses to be able to get ahead in my college career and start college earlier.

Student, History

I see these classes as a benefit to my education because they teach me at a more advanced pace, which I am comfortable with and can learn more in this way. For instance, in Dual Enrollment Spanish, I am able to improve my language skills with the curriculum that was planned for us and don’t have to stay behind other Spanish speakers.

Student, Spanish