College Transition Program

Tuition and Costs

The tuition for College Transition Program (dual credit) courses varies depending on which classes you take.

Priority Indiana Courses
The on-site courses listed below are offered at some Indiana high schools and are considered "priority" courses by the state of Indiana. These classes when offered at a high school are capped by the state at $25 per credit hour:

English

  • ENG 103 English Composition: Rhetoric and Writing (3 credit hours)
  • ENG 104 English Composition: Composing Research (3 credit hours)

Foreign Languages

  • FR 101 Beginning French 1 (4 credit hours)
  • FR 102 Beginning French 2 (4 credit hours)
  • FR 201 Intermediate French 3 (3 credit hours)
  • FR 202 Intermediate French 4 (3 credit hours)
  • GER 101 Beginning German 1 (4 credit hours)
  • GER 102 Beginning German 2 (4 credit hours)
  • GER 201 Intermediate German 3 (3 credit hours)
  • GER 202 Intermediate German 4 (3 credit hours)
  • SP 201 Intermediate Spanish 3 (3 credit hours)

Mathematics and Physics

  • MATHS 165 Calculus 1 (4 credit hours)
  • MATHS 166 Calculus 2 (4 credit hours)
  • PHYCS 110 Physics 1, Algebra Based (4 credit hours)
  • PHYCS 112 Physics 2, Algebra Based (4 credit hours)
  • PHYCS 120 Physics 1, Calculus Based (5 credit hours)
  • PHYCS 122 Physics 2, Calculus Based (5 credit hours)

Science and Humanities

  • BIO 111 College Biology 1 (4 credit hours)
  • BIO 112 College Biology 2 (4 credit hours)
  • CHEM 111 General Chemistry 1 (4 credit hours)
  • CHEM 112 General Chemistry 2 (4 credit hours)
  • HIST 201 American History 1 - 1492-1876 (3 credit hours)  
  • HIST 202 American History 2 - 1877- to the present (3 credit hours)
  • PSYSC 100 Introduction to Psychology (3 credit hours) 

Other On-Site and All Online Dual Credit Courses
All on-site courses not listed above are $250 each. Our online dual credit courses are $350 each.  

Potential Financial Aid
You may qualify for some assistance. Learn more.

Paying for Courses
We have a variety of payment methods you can use to pay for dual credit courses.

The Ball State University Board of Trustees reserves the right to change the tuition, fees, and other charges for any semester or term for dual credit courses that are not state-regulated. Fees do not cover the cost of textbooks and other learning materials.