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Dual Credit

Welcome to Concordia University, Nebraska’s Dual Credit Program! For eligible high school students at participating schools, you can challenge yourself academically, earn college credits and get a head start on college at a fraction of the cost of higher education tuition! We are honored to provide this educational opportunity as we partner in equipping students for lives of learning, service, and leadership.

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Get Ahead With Dual Credit

Concordia Dual Credit offers you an opportunity to get a jump-start on college, allowing you to earn college credit at a reduced cost before graduating high school. Our dual credit program offers courses found in the general education requirements of most colleges and universities, meaning your credits earned through Concordia will transfer just about anywhere.

1,150 Students enrolled in
CUNE Dual Credit
161 Dual Credit courses
taught by 92 instructors
26 partner schools
in 11 states

Dual Credit Benefits

  1. Exposure to the academic rigor of college while in your supportive high school environment
  2. Increased likelihood of enrolling in college and graduating within four years
  3. Flexible programming options for your college experience, such as early graduation,  double major/minor, employment, and extracurricular activities
  4. Registration priority and housing preferences tied to credits earned
  5. Transcripted credit from a four-year university

Dual Credit vs. Advanced Placement

Whether you choose Concordia Nebraska as your dual credit partner or not, there is a big difference between dual credit and advanced placement courses, especially how they will impact your college career.

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Dr. Benjamin Stellwagen

Director of Dual Credit Programs and Director of School Partnerships

Dual Credit
402-643-7414 benjamin.stellwagen@cune.edu Jesse Hall 229
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Megan Boggs

Administrative Assistant for College of Arts and Sciences

Dual Credit
402-643-7166 megan.boggs@cune.edu Jesse Hall 115