Dual Credit

  • Are you interested in earning college credit while still in high school? Save money and time and get ahead by enrolling in a college credit class today! Through Early Entry (Dual Credit) classes, you can earn college credits while still fulfilling your high school requirements. Early Entry classes are offered at Fargo South High School.

    Advantages of Early Entry Courses
    • Lower tuition.
    • Saves time by allowing students to get a jump start on earning college credit.
    • Ease into college classes in a comfortable, familiar environment with smaller class sizes.
    • The letter grade received in the course is the same and is posted on both high school and college transcripts.
    • Fulfills a category for the North Dakota Academic Scholarship.

First Time Dual Credit Students

  • Early Entry students need to meet the following criteria to enroll in NDSCS Classes:

    • Obtain permission from parent/guardian
    • Student must be in grades 10, 11, or 12.
    • Recommend a minimum GPA of 3.0. Requests for early entry enrollment by students who do not have a GPA of 3.0 will be reviewed on an individual basis by an authorized NDSCS representative in consultation with the high school administration.

    Application Process (only required for students that are enrolling in their first Dual Credit course or have had a lapse in enrollment)

    • Apply online at NDSCS (one time non-refundable enrollment fee of $35 is required).
    • Complete NDSCS Credit Registration Form (Provided to your from your teacher or from your counselor).
    • Complete NDSCS FERPA Form

Returning Dual Credit Students

  • If you have already completed a Dual Credit Course through NDSCS and are enrolling for another course you will need to complete:

    • NDSCS Credit Registration Form
    • NDSCS FERPA Form

    Both forms can be located at the link below.

Dual Credit Courses

  • Fargo South offers Dual Credit Courses through NDSCS for the following classes:

    Anatomy & Physiology I & Lab - BIOL 220/220L - 4 college credits

    Anatomy & Physiology II & Lab - BIOL 221/221L - 4 college credits

    College Physics I & Lab - PHYS 211/211L - 4 college credits

    General Chemistry I & Lab - CHEM 121/121L - 5 college credits

    General Chemistry II & Lab - CHEM 122/122L - 5 college credits

    Principles of Macroeconomics - ECON 202 - 3 college credits

    College Algebra - MATH 103 - 3 college credits

    Trigonometry - MATH 105 - 2 college credits

    US History to 1877 - HIST 103 - 3 college credits

    US History Since 1877 - HIST 104 - 3 college credits

    American Government - POLS 115 - 3 college credits

    Introduction to Psychology - PSYC 111 - 3 college credits

    IT Essentials I (Hardward I) - CIS 128 - 3 college credits

    IT Essentials II (Hardware II) - CIS 129 - 3 college credits

    Networking Fundamentals I - CIS 164 - 4 college credits

    Industrial Shop Practices - MFGT 110 - 2 college credits

    Fabriacations Methods I - MFGT 123 - 2 college credits

    Business Use of Computers - CSCI 116 - 3 college credits

    Medical Terminology - BOTE 171 - 4 college credits

    Elementary Statistics - MATH 210 - 3 college credits