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DUAL ENROLLMENT

Select courses from our Theology, Bible, and Ministry programs may be purchased as either dual enrollment programs or as supplemental education programs suitable for a High School junior or senior. Credits may be applied either for home education purposes or toward an IAI degree path.

Dual Enrollment Courses for High School Juniors and Seniors

Qualifying High School juniors or seniors may be eligible to participate in IAI's dual enrollment program. The courses below have been vetted as appropriate for this purpose. As IAI continues its five-year restructuring and curriculum development master plan, more dual enrollment courses will become available. 

Please note: Courses within a common theme should be taken in order. For example, one is not encouraged to begin Bible 2 if Bible 1 has yet to be completed. IAI's course of study is heavily research based. Therefore, printed coursework will seem light to the student at first glance. However, the coursework is provided as a guide to help the student learn how to learn, which should be the fundamental goal of legitimate academic pursuit. 

The credit hours indicated below are recommendations only based on a traditional credit-hour model as accepted by most State standards for secondary (High School) education and an estimate of the time each course may take the student to complete when applied toward High School graduation in a home education setting. Dual enrollment credits toward a degree with IAI are calculated using a different standard of measuring instructional and learning time. 

HIGH SCHOOL CREDITS

  • Bible 1 (.25 credits) 

  • Bible 2 (.5 credits) 

  • Bible 3 (.5 credits)

  • Bible 4 (1 credit)

  • Doctrine 1 (.5 credits) 

  • Doctrine 2 (.5 credits)

  • Doctrine 3 (.5 credits) 

  • Doctrine 4 (.5 credits) 

  • Doctrine 5 (1 credit) 

  • Biblical Chronology 1 (1.5 credits)

  • Biblical Chronology 2 (1.5 credits)

  • Geography of the Promised Land (.5 credits)

  • Life of Christ (.5 credits) 

  • Survey of Biblical Lands and Peoples (.5 credits) 

DEGREE CREDITS

  • Bible 1 (2 credits) 

  • Bible 2 (3 credits) 

  • Bible 3 (3 credits)

  • Bible 4 (4 credits)

  • Doctrine 1 (3 credits) 

  • Doctrine 2 (3 credits)

  • Doctrine 3 (3 credits) 

  • Doctrine 4 (3 credits) 

  • Doctrine 5 (4 credits) 

  • Biblical Chronology 1 (4 credits)

  • Biblical Chronology 2 (4 credits)

  • Geography of the Promised Land (3 credits)

  • Life of Christ (3 credits) 

  • Survey of Biblical Lands and Peoples (3 credits) 

Credits earned in dual enrollment courses may be transferred to a degree program. Students will be subject to a matriculation fee payable upon transfer. 

Enrolling as a Dual Enrollment Student

APPLICATION 

  • Potential students must complete an online application including a brief biography. 

  • A one-time $30 application fee is charged upon a potential student's first application. Should the student seek to transition to a degree program, no further application fee will be charged. 

MATRICULATION 

  • Dual enrollment students will not pay a matriculation fee. Should a dual enrollment student seek to transition to a degree program, the standard $300 matriculation fee will be charged at that time. 

TUITION 

  • Tuitions are paid at the beginning of each course with costs ranging from $50-$75 per course.

COMPLETION 

  • Upon completion of each course, an updated digital copy of the student's academic record will be provided at no charge. 

LAPSED CERTIFICATE STUDENTS

  • Any student failing to complete a course within twelve months from the time of purchase shall be considered in a lapsed status and shall be subject to a $25 reenrollment fee before further coursework will be accepted. 

REFUND POLICY 

  • Application and reenrollment fees are non-refundable. 

  • Because tuitions are paid in advance of receiving coursework, tuitions are non-refundable. 

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