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Dual Enrollment


Get a jumpstart on your college education!


The dual enrollment program at the University of Valley Forge (UVF) allows juniors and seniors in high school to take General Education courses for college credit through a dual enrollment or co-enrollment. Each high school must determine whether high school credit will be granted for classes completed for college credit at UVF. A part-time Admissions Application is required. All courses are accredited and available online.


The average cost of attending a 4-year private college is $46,950/YR*.

The average cost of attending the University of Valley Forge is $29,054/YR***.

With the dual enrollment program, you get a full year of college credits with a savings of over $44,000!

Any student who completes 12 credits through Dual Enrollment will receive up to a $2,000 scholarship if they choose to attend UVF.

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Questions? Contact Danae Wallace at dmwallace@valleyforge.edu or 610.917.1542

​Select General Education Online Courses Offered In:

Fall Semester

Applications due by August 14

  • College Writing & Research (English Composition)
  • General Biology
  • Life Formation
  • Intro to Psychology

Spring Semester

Applications due by December 18

  • Quantitative Reasoning (Math)
  • US History: Colonization to Reconstruction (high school seniors only)
  • Old Testament Survey (Biblical Studies)
  • New Testament Survey (Biblical Studies)

Summer Semester

Applications due by April 17

  • College Writing & Research (English Composition)
  • Quantitative Reasoning (Math)
  • Old Testament Survey (Biblical Studies)
  • New Testament Survey (Biblical Studies)

* 2017-2018 average cost (includes tuition, fees, room & board) per the College Board report.

** Assumes 6 credits per semester during your high school junior and senior years at $99/credit plus a $50/semester technology fee.

*** 2017-2018 average cost (includes tuition, fees, room & board).

​Dual Enrollment Courses & Descriptions

ENG 123      College Writing and Research      3 credits

This course stresses the writing process and introduces the skills necessary to conduct college-level research. Emphasis is placed on argumentative and analytical writing supported by research.
A passing grade of C- or higher is required. Students will receive a final grade of A, B, C, or F.


Prerequisite: Minimum score of 420 on Critical Reading SAT or 17 on ACT English. Those without scores will need to complete a placement exam (online) and receive a passing grade to take ENG 123.

HIS 233      U.S. History – Colonization to Reconstruction      3 credits

A survey of the major events and individuals in United States history from Colonization to Reconstruction. Critically examines various topics of interpretive interest in American history such as the coming of the Europeans, Puritanism, religious freedom, the American Revolution, slavery, immigration, industrialization, urbanization, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.

MTH 123      Quantitative Reasoning      3 credits

This course applies mathematics to life skill areas for personal and professional use with an emphasis in problem-solving.


Prerequisite: Minimum Score of 440 on Mathematics SAT, 18 on ACT math, OR successful completion of MTH 107 with a grade of C- or higher.

Those without scores will need to complete a placement exam (online) and receive a passing grade to take MTN 123.

SCI 123      General Biology      3 credits

An introduction to biology. Topics covered include basic chemistry, cell structure and function, genetics, and biotechnology. An overview of the major groups of organisms is included with an emphasis on the species that affect human health. Early Childhood Education majors must take the corresponding laboratory.

NWT 113      New Testament Survey      3 credits

A panoramic view of the chief events, prominent characters, main themes, and salient teachings of each New Testament book in relation to its historical, geographical, and cultural contexts.

OLT 123      Old Testament Survey      3 credits

A study of the historical settings, literary features, authorship, theological teachings, and general content of the books of the Hebrew Bible. This survey provides a factual and practical groundwork for further studies in the Old Testament.

PSY 223      Introduction to Psychology      3 credits

An introduction to the basic concepts of human behavior, motivation, emotion, and personality, and a survey of the contemporary psychological field.

SOC 103      Life Formation      3 credits

A practical study of the classic spiritual disciplines essential to lifelong spiritual formation from a Pentecostal perspective. The course emphasizes intentional and holistic applications in daily living.