Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment

The University of Texas at Tyler is committed to providing opportunities for high school students to earn dual credit for core academic courses that will transfer to all public institutions in Texas as well as concurrent course opportunities. 

High school students can earn dual credit/concurrent enrollment credits from The University of Texas at Tyler in a variety of formats, including:

  1. High School Campus: A credentialed high school instructor teaches the course on the high school campus and serves as the Instructor of Record.  
  2. Online Dual Credit: Online hybrid dual credit course with UT Tyler faculty as the Instructor of Record and high school teacher as facilitator/coach to provide support and discipline for students.

To be eligible for admissions to UT Tyler to participate as a dual credit or concurrent enrollment student, an applicant must attend or be accepted to an approved partnering high school.  All official documents must be sent directly from the high school before a student can register for courses.

  • Completed application for admission to UT Tyler 
  • Official High School Transcript 
  • Official college or university transcript of all schools attended
  • Official proof of qualifying Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards.  Student must be TSI complete, exempt or eligible in Math, Reading OR Writing depending on UT Tyler specific course requirements and prerequisites. This can be met through qualifying tests or by taking the TSI assessment and providing official scores.
  • Complete the request for courses
  • Prior to starting a dual credit or concurrent enrollment course, students must complete an online course to prepare for success in college level courses. 
Dual credit and concurrent enrollment students must follow the same policies and requirements as traditional UT Tyler students. Dual credit and concurrent students also have access to the same resources and supports as traditional UT Tyler students such as tutoring assistance, supplemental instructional, and library services.