What classes can I take through dual enrollment?

Below is a list of courses suitable for dual enrollment students.

You must meet the dual enrollment eligibility requirements and complete the application process to enroll in University courses. 

There may be other courses you  are qualified to take. You can search for additional classes in the Ferris State catalog.

When are these classes offered?

You may look up when these classes are being offered using Ferris State's online course search. 

Where can I find descriptions for Ferris State courses?

Course descriptions and pre-requisites may be found in the Ferris State catalog

Suggested Dual Enrollment Courses

  • ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting
  • ANTH 121 Introduction to Physical Anthropology
  • ANTH 122 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • AUTO 111 Manual Transmission-Drivelines
  • AUTO 112 Automotive Brake Systems
  • AUTO 113 Auto Electricity-Electronics
  • AUTO 114 Automotive Engines
  • BIOL 101 Genetics-Human Aspects
  • BIOL 121 General Biology 1
  • BIOL 122 General Biology 2
  • BUSN 122 Introduction to Business
  • CDTD 111 Drafting Fundamentals
  • CDTD 112 CAD Fundamentals
  • CARE 102 Career and Education Planning
  • CHEM 103 Preparatory Chemistry
  • CHEM 114 Introduction to General Chemistry
  • CHEM 121 General Chemistry 1
  • COMM 121 Fundamentals-Public Speaking
  • COMM 105 Interpersonal Communication
  • COHP 101 Orientation-Healthcare
  • COHP 102 Safety Issues-Healthcare
  • CRIM 110 Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CRIM 111 Introduction to Corrections
  • EEET 111 Mobile Robots
  • ENGL 150 English 1
  • ENGL 250 English 2
  • ENGL 222 Introduction to Creative Writing
  • FINC 201 Personal Finance
  • FREN 101 Beginning French 1
  • FREN 102 Beginning French 2
  • GEOG 100 Geography of World Regions
  • GEOG 112 Cultural Geography
  • GERM 101 Beginning German 1
  • GERM 201 Intermediate German 1
  • HEQT 101 Maintenance Fundamentals
  • HEQT 110 Electronics Fundamentals
  • HIST 121 US History to 1877
  • HIST 122 US History-1877 to Present
  • HIST 151 History of Western Civilization to 1500
  • HUMN 100 Intro to Humanities
  • HUMN 101 Classical and Medieval Period
  • ISYS 105 Intro Micro Systems-Software
  • ISYS 110 Fundamentals of Computer Info Systems
  • JRNL 121 Writing for Mass Media
  • LITR 150 Introduction to Literature
  • CONM 116 Construction Graphics
  • MFGT 110 Theory of Prod Machined Comp
  • MATH 115 Intermediate Algebra
  • MATH 116 Intermediate Algebra-Num Trig
  • MATH 120 Trigonometry
  • MATH 220 Analytical Geometry-Calculus 1
  • MRIS 103 Medical Terminology
  • PHYS 211 Introductory Physics 1
  • PHYS 212 Introductory Physics 2
  • PLSC 121 American Government 1-People and Politics
  • PLSC 122 American Government 2-Policy Making
  • PSYC 150 Introduction to Psychology
  • SOCY 121 Introductory Sociology
  • SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish 1
  • SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish 1