Teach Dual Credit Indiana provides free graduate courses as funding allows for teachers pursuing dual credit credentialing who are accepted into the program. We cover up to 18 graduate credits for one or more eligible content areas, including communications/speech, economics, English, history, political science, and world languages.

Before registering for courses each semester, teachers should review detailed information on all courses being offered in their content area(s), including course descriptions, syllabi, and prerequisites.

Be sure to check out the newly released 2024-2025 Program Calendar

New teachers: Applications are currently closed for Summer II courses. Applications will open July 8-12, 2024 for Fall 2024 courses and subsequent semesters.

Accepted teachers: Registration for Summer II courses is now closed. Registration will reopen July 15-19, 2024 for Full Fall, Fall I and Fall II 2024 courses.

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Program Catalog

The 2024-2025 Program Catalog for Teach Dual Credit Indiana has information for Winter/Spring 2024 – Fall 2025 courses and will continue to be updated.
Last updated: 5/13/24

Quick Look and Sneak Peek

The Sneak Peek and Quick Look provides a quick overview of every course offered each semester.

Use the Course Archive to view information on courses offered during previous semesters.

Online Course Catalog

Click on the icon for each course to view the full online course listing, including a syllabus, course description, and more. We also recommend using the Program Catalog and Quick Look to plan future courses.

Summer 2024 Courses

Click on each course title to view full course information, including a course description and proposed syllabus. Teachers can also use the 2024-2025 Program Catalog and the Summer 2024 Quick Look to explore Summer 2024 courses.

Please note that course information is provided by higher education institutions and is subject to change. Seating is limited and courses will be filled based on priority windows and funding availability.

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