The King's College

Dual Enrollment

WHY DUAL ENROLLMENT?

From the comfort of your own bedroom or study, you could take a college-level course, taught by an interesting and thoughtful Christian academic, and engage in discussion groups with other students.

As an online student at King’s, you will learn to think critically about the world around you, ask good questions, and engage big ideas. Taking an online course in high school is a great way to see what King’s has to offer and to get to know King’s before you set foot on campus.

Admissions Checklist

Application

Completing this brief application begins the Dual Enrollment process.

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Official High School Transcript

Send applicant’s sealed official high school transcript to:

Office of Online Admissions
The King’s College
56 Broadway
New York, NY 10004

Teacher or Principal Recommendation

The teacher or principal recommendation can be emailed to onlineadmissions@tkc.edu.

Investment

Experience the same challenging courses as our students in New York City at a discounted price. Classes foster intense intellectual engagement and genuine interaction with professors and peers.

  • Online Course Cost: $267/credit
  • Technology Fee: $150

If your school is a Dual Enrollment partner school, check with your school to see if you are eligible for a reduced tuition price.

Calendar

SPRING 2017

  • Application Deadline: November 23, 2016
  • Registration Deadline: December 7, 2016
  • Spring Classes begin: January 9, 2017

FALL 2017

  • Application Deadline: July 18, 2017
  • Registration Deadline: August 1, 2017
  • Spring Classes begin: August 22, 2017
Technology Requirements

Here are the technology requirements to participate in Dual Enrollment online at King’s:

  • Apple or PC computer (2.4 GHz dual-core processor or 2.0 GHz quad-core processor)
  • Minimum 4GB RAM
  • Microsoft Office Suite (available to you for free while enrolled at The King’s College)
  • High-speed internet connection (minimum 10/5 Mbps)
Top Dual Enrollment Online Courses

Introduction to Economics (Fall)

Examine the relationship of biblical principles to economic freedom and human flourishing.

The Fantasy and Science Fiction of C.S. Lewis (Spring)

Read and study the fantasy and science fiction writings of one of the beloved C. S. Lewis in this class, taught by one of the brightest up-and-coming C. S. Lewis scholars in the world.

Christianity and Society (Fall)

Learn how to contextualize Christian perspectives in the context of politics, philosophy, and economics.

Foundations of Politics (Spring) and APTAP 1 (Summer)

Study the framework for classic politics and then learn how these frameworks were applied in American history from the Founding through the mid-19th century.

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