Dual Enrollment Courses

What is the purpose of dual enrollment?

The dual enrollment program at Eastern New Mexico University provides academically advanced high school juniors and seniors, from participating New Mexico schools, the opportunity to earn college credits prior to completing high school.

What are the benefits of dual enrollment?

The program allows students to pursue interests developed in high school in a more concentrated or advanced manner, to pursue new interests not available at the high school level, or to explore professional and career possibilities.

How do the credits count?

Courses completed under the dual enrollment program will count as regular college credits earned at Eastern New Mexico University and are transferable to other New Mexico universities. Dual enrollment students simultaneously earn credit toward high school graduation.

Who is eligible?

Juniors and seniors who have been approved by their high school representative are eligible to participation in the program.

How much does it cost?

There is no cost to any student participating in Eastern's dual enrollment program.

What courses can dual enrollment students take?

Students can take online courses, as well as courses on the ENMU campus that have been approved by both their high school and ENMU. A select number of courses are also offered at area high schools and are taught by high school instructors.


ENMU Approved Dual Enrollment Courses

Animal Sciences (AG 101)
Dairy Science (AG 102)
Principles of Horticulture (AG 221)
Agriculture Mechanics (AG 231)
Rural Buildings and Materials (AG 275)
Agricultural Power and Machinery (AG 280)
Humans and Their Environments (ANTH 103)
Art Appreciation (ART 131)
Introduction to Aviation (AVS 110)
Theory of Flight (AVS 120)
Theory of Flight Experimental Learning (AVS 120L)
Introduction to Business (BUS151)
Business Law and Ethics (BUS 230)
Intro to Criminal Justice (CJ 102)
Gangs in American Society (CJ 225)
Interpersonal Communication (COMM 101)
Principles of Macro-Economics (ECON 221)
Principles of Micro-Economics (ECON 222)
English Composition (ENG 102)
English Composition and Research (ENG 104)
Culinary Essentials I (FCS 104)
Culinary Essentials I Lab (FCS 104L)
Culinary Essentials II (FCS 105)
Culinary Essentials II Lab (FCS 105L)
Health, Safety and Nutrition (FCS 107)
Survey of American History to 1877 (HIST 101)
Survey of American History since 1977 (HIST 102)
New Mexico (HIST 203)
Basic Computer Skills (IS 151)
Introduction to Information Systems (IS 153)
Liberal Arts Math (MATH 113)
College Algebra (MATH 119)
Music Appreciation: Rock and Roll (MUS 113)
Introduction to Political Science (PSCI 101)
American National Government (PSCI 102)
Introductory Psychology (PSY 101)
Child Psychology (PSY 201)
Adolescent Psychology (PSY 202)
Old Testament Survey (REL 101)
New Testament Survey (REL 103)
Introduction to Religion (REL 107)
Introductory Sociology (SOC 101)
Statistical Methods (STAT 213)