Our program is one of only a few preferred dual credit providers approved by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. For the on-site dual credit courses, your teachers will be from your school and certified by university academic departments. Teachers use course materials consistent with those at the university and conduct the course with the same standards of an on-campus course.Online dual credit courses are taught by Ball State faculty. Learn more about online study.Course credit earned through CTP establishes and builds your college academic record, the same as if taken on campus, and would apply toward graduation requirements the same as if taught on campus. This opportunity will prove to be an important step in preparing yourself for success in your future academic endeavors.Learn more about:
Background and HistoryOur College Transition Program (CTP) has served high school students preparing for college in Indiana since 2002. We offer 39 different courses to high schools and average more than 300 participating students per year. Most of the schools offering CTP courses are in east central Indiana and have many students coming to Ball State after graduation.
The CTP program is a growing program that works closely with high school administration and instructors to ensure that students have the best dual-credit experience. Ball State is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and CTP is currently pursuing accreditation through the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). NACEP is an organization that works to assure excellence and quality in concurrent enrollment courses.Learn more about the benefits of CTP for high school students.
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