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Eligible Dual Enrollment Courses

What courses are available for students to take through dual enrollment?

Authorized list of Miami Dade College 2015-2016 Dual Enrollment Courses:

There are hundreds of rigorous courses available to students through dual enrollment. The Bright Futures Comprehensive Course Table, lists dual enrollment courses by academic core areas and career and technical program areas. Approved by the Articulation Coordinating Committee and the State Board of Education, the 2015-2016 Dual Enrollment Course-High School Subject Area Equivalency List, provides dual enrollment courses and credits that satisfy subject area requirements for high school graduation.

The List is also posted on, under Advising Manuals. The ePEP student academic planner provides a comprehensive list of the dual enrollment courses offered throughout the state within the drop down course selection menu. Any dual enrollment course not on the equivalency list must count, at a minimum, as an elective toward high school graduation. However, districts are not prohibited from granting subject area credit for those courses not included on the list, if appropriate. Many dual enrollment elective courses not on the List will serve to increase the curricular options available to students when choosing courses for the newly required major areas of interest.

*Note: Remedial and physical education skills courses are not available for dual enrollment.


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