Dual Enrollment

Why dual enrollment?

The Dual Enrollment program at CCV provides motivated, talented, and Christ-centered high school students with an early opportunity to take college-level courses at deeply discounted tuition rates and experience a biblical university environment while still enrolled in high school.

What is Dual Enrollment?

  • Prepare for college by taking core courses at a discounted tuition rate.
  • Start college one step ahead – either by getting a head start on core courses at CCV or transferring credits to another accredited university (Christian or secular).
  • Get a taste of life and learning from a small biblical university campus, centered on Christ and His Word, where professors know your name and challenge you academically and spiritually.
  • Stand out when applying to colleges. Dual Enrollment credit not only shows that you are a motivated student seeking a challenge, but also proves that you are ready to succeed at the college level.

Save Tuition

Committed to making a biblical education accessible to students, Cornerstone College offers reduced tuition rate for eligible high school students. Dual Enrollment students pay just $295 per course; more than an 55% discount from our standard tuition rate. 

Keep or Transfer

Upon completion, students will have an official college transcript on file, which may be applied toward a degree at CCV or transferred to another college. CCV offers multiple academic programs. You may also transfer your credits to another college or university, private or public.*

* Transferability of credits from one college/university to another depends on each school’s and program’s requirements.

Prepare for College

Lighten your load in future semesters by taking core courses now—in subjects like English composition, American history, and mathematics. Course credit counts toward both high school graduation and your college transcript.

Available Courses*

Dual-enrollment students take college courses fully online. Students who are local to our Fredericksburg, Virginia campus may take along side traditional undergraduate students. 

Cost: $125 per course (Normal price is $295)
Application: Click here 

*Not all courses are available every semester. Please contact the Office of Admissions for a detailed course roster for the semester of which you plan to enroll.

Course schedule: Spring 2023 A (Begins January 16th and runs for 8 weeks.)
  1. BI 102 New Testament Survey. A historical, critical, and theological study of the literature of the New Testament. This course surveys the 27 books of the New Testament, beginning in the Gospels and moving to the Acts of the Apostles, the Pauline Epistles, and finishing with the Book of Revelation.
  2. BI 111 Life of Christ. A comprehensive and chronological study of the life of Christ on earth based on the harmony of the Gospel accounts. This course focuses on a thematic and chronological view of Christ’s life and ministry, providing an interpretation of key events and discourses and their practical application. It is designed to familiarize the student thoroughly with the Lord’s ministry in order that any portion of the Gospel records may be related to the place, time, and circumstances of Christ’s life on earth.
  3. BI 237 Major Prophets. This course offers an in-depth study of the Major prophets from Isaiah to Daniel. Students will gain an understanding concerning the messages of mercy, hope, judgment, and obedience to God’s Laws found throughout these books and glimpse into the revelations about the future.
  4. BI 345 Jesus Christ and His Encounters. This course will help provide preachers, teachers, and laypersons with material for personal bible studies, Sunday school lessons, teaching, and preaching within the Church and seminary. The course examines several of the encounters that Jesus had with everyday people, incidents, and events throughout the Bible. Students will learn how to theologically and morally apply these encounters to everyday life.
  5. MT 110 Everyday Mathematics for Ministry. This class will refine students’ abilities to perform math functions common to different types of organizations, including businesses, nonprofits, and ministries.
  6. PM 104 Oral Communication in Ministry. Explore the art and science of oral communication to become a better public speaker. This course will equip you with best practices and demonstrate the skills of effective oral communication. What you will learn will be applicable in ministry, academic, vocational, and social settings.