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A.8.4 Dual Credit Students

Dual Credit programs enable current high school students to take university level courses at the University of Calgary for credit that can be applied toward their post-secondary education and their high school credential.

Dual Credit programs are formal agreements between a Board of Education or School and the University of Calgary and regulations governing the agreement are outlined in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and the Dual Credit Operating Procedures available from the Office of the Registrar.

Dual Credit students will be considered as high school applicants should they apply for admission to a degree program, and have not completed more than 30 units at a post-secondary institution. Students who have completed more than 30 units will be considered transfer students.