About Dual Credit Program
Through the Diné College Dual Credit Program, high school students can get a jump start on college by earning college credits while still attending high school. Courses offered through Diné College, range from Navajo Language and Culture to College Mathematics.
Dual credit is a process by which a high school student enrolls in a Diné College course and receives concurrent academic credit for the course from both the college and the high school. The dual credit courses are taught on a Diné College campus or on the high school campus only. This allows a high school student to receive both high school and college credit. The high school courses are aligned with the Diné College curriculum. Dual credit students earn college credit immediately upon successful course completion.
After you graduate high school, you can continue taking classes at Diné College and work toward a certificate or degree. The college classes taken while you were in high school will be counted toward your Diné College degree. Your credits may also transfer to a different college or university.