Take college classes while in high school

Only $275 per course!

The Charleston Southern University Scholars Academy is a dual enrollment program for high school juniors and seniors who want to earn college credit while still in high school. These classes are academically challenging and taught from a Christian perspective.

High school students who successfully complete a dual enrollment class will earn three credits toward their college degree. The more classes a student takes while in high school, the sooner he or she will complete college. Students may also apply the courses earned to the college of their choice, but students should contact the registrar of the college to assure application of credits.

CSU Scholars Academy participants will be awarded a tuition discount of $125 for each course taken in the Scholars Academy (up to four courses, max $500)* during their freshman year at CSU. This discount is only available if the student enrolls as a full-time, undergraduate student following their high school graduation.

*If a student withdraws from a Scholars Academy course, they will no longer be
eligible for the associated scholarship.

Courses are taught either online or in the traditional classroom setting on the CSU campus.

Courses are available in Art, Biology, Christian Studies, Communication, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, English, Health, History, Math, Music, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology. Courses will vary each semester.

Spring 2022

M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday

ART 202-01 | Art Appreciation | TH 9:30-10:50am
BIOL 110-40 | Introductory Biological Science | Online*
BIOL 110L-40 |Introductory Biological Science Lab | Online
CHEM 110-03 | Concepts of Chemistry | TH 11am-12:20pm*
CHEM 110L-95 | Concepts of Chemistry Lab | R 12:30-2:29pm
CHST 111-06 | Survey of the Old Testament | MF 11am-12:20pm
CHST 112-03 | Survey of the New Testament | MWF 9-9:50am
CHST 112-05 | Survey of the New Testament |MWF 10-10:50am
CHST 132-01 | Elementary Kione Greek II | MWF 9-9:50am
CHST 140-01 | Intro to Philosophy | MWF 9-9:50am
CHST 140-02 | Intro to Philosophy | TR 12:30-1:50 pm
CSCI 210-40 | Intro to Computer Science through Robotics | Online
ENG 111-07 | English Comp/Rhetoric I | MWF 8-8:50am
ENG 111-45 | English Comp/Rhetoric I | Online
ENG 112-06 | English Comp/Rhetoric II | MWF 10-10:50am
ENG 112-46 | English Comp/Rhetoric II | Online
ENG 202-45 | Survey of American Lit | Online
HIST 111-01 | World Civilization I | MWF 9-9:50am
HIST 212-01 | American History II | MWF 8-8:50am
HIST 113-40A | World Civilization III | Online
LEAD 203-401 | A Leader’s Legacy: Power of Relationship and Commitment | Online
LEAD 304-402 | The Call and Purpose of a Leader: Lessons from Antiquity | Online
MATH 105-04 | Intro to Mathematical Structures | TR 11-12:20pm
MATH 111-40 | College Algebra | Online
MATH 130-03 | Pre-Calculus | MTRF 11-11:50am
MATH 221-01 | Calculus | 12:30-1:20pm
MUSI 171-40 | Music Appreciation | Online
MUSI 187-01 | Studio Preparation/Instrumental | sign up for time post-registration
MUSI 187-02 | Studio Preparation Instrumental | sign up for time post-registration
MUSI 188-01 | Studio Preparation Instrumental | sign up for time post-registration
MUSI 188-02 | Studio Preparation Instrumental | sign up for time post-registration
POLI 201-01 | American National Government | TH 9:30-10:50am
PSYCH 110-401 | General Psychology | Online
SPAN 110L-94 | Hispanics in US Thru Art, Mus Lab | M 11-11:50am
SPAN 110L-94A | Hispanics in US Thru Art, Mus Lab | M 11-11:50am
SPAN 120-02 | Spanish for Today’s World II | MWF 8-8:50am
THEA 211-01 | Intro to Theatre | MWF 10-10:50am

Section codes

39 = online, synchronous
40 = online, 14 weeks, asynchronous
45, 46, 401, 402 = online, 7 weeks, asynchronous

Synchronous – class is online, and students are required to login at the assigned class time each week
Asynchronous – class is online, and students are not required to login at a specific class time

$275 per 3-credit hour course. Financial aid is not available for the CSU Scholars Academy. Textbooks are not included in the tuition cost. Payment for all courses are due before class begins.

High school juniors and seniors with at least a 3.0 unweighted GPA (4.0 scale) are eligible to apply.

PSAT/SAT/ACT/CLT scores are not required for admission, but are encouraged.

Orientation & Registration

NOTE: you must complete the application above and be accepted before you can complete orientation and registration below!