Dual Enrollment

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Get Equipped to Defend the Faith While Earning College Credit in High School

Dual Enrollment at SES will give you a solid faith foundation before college

Dual enrollment programs are collaborative efforts between high schools and colleges in which high school students are permitted to enroll in and earn credit for successfully completing college courses. This means that high school students earn credit for successfully completing college courses and concurrently earn credit toward the requirements of their high school diploma. Students involved in the program may jump start their college experience and accelerate their college education by accumulating transferable college credits. They are challenged intellectually and academically and are more likely to continue their education beyond high school. Another benefit is that students have access to a college education without interrupting normal high school activities. Dual enrollment courses at Southern Evangelical Seminary are available online and offered via our immersive digital campus experience.

Read below for the details of these flexible options, and download your FREE ebook to see how such training relates to real-world Gospel issues.

Outstanding Faculty

There are no teaching assistants in our graduate programs and with the B.A. in Religious Studies program, all of your classes will be taught by graduate professors. The same instructors guiding our Ph.D. candidates and many master’s students will be mentoring you and bringing all their advanced teaching expertise to your class experience. Our professors are world-class scholars in their particular area of study.

Fully Immersive Digital Campus

SES has spearheaded the next generation of online learning formats through real-time, live-streamed classes. They facilitate the two-way conversations and pedagogical dialog which will turn your home into a classroom. This model brings the best of the traditional campus learning experience together with the convenience of studying wherever you are in the world.

Your Academic Experience at SES

We aren’t catching up with the distance learning trend — SES has been breaking ground and pioneering an immersive digital campus experience for years. As a student, you'll enjoy a flexible, compelling, connected, environment for your studies. All of the easy-to-use technology you’ll need to thrive in seminary is housed in one place and accessed through a single, secure log-in.

Collaborate with your peers through our integrated approach

Interact with professors during many live-streamed classes

Conduct research in one of the most expansive theological libraries ever created

(With our membership as a supporting sponsor of the Digital Theological Library)

Currently Available Dual Enrollment Courses

AP401: Introduction to Christian Apologetics​

Learn to defend the basic elements of the Christian faith, including the existence of God, miracles, the deity of Christ, and the inspiration of the Bible.

AP412: Ethics: Decision Making in Contemporary Culture

Explore ethical alternatives and issues from a Christian perspective, including the ethics of abortion, euthanasia, nature of marriage, and war.

AP302: World Religions and New Religious Movements​

Examine the worldviews of the major religions of the world and contemporary cults, and learn how to defend the historic Christian faith in view of their challenges.

ST302: Survey of Bible Doctrine

Strengthen faith and life through a study of the triune God, His creation of the world, angels, human beings, and His relation to them through salvation in Christ, His church, and His coming kingdom.

PH301: Critical Thinking​

Study the basic forms of logical thinking and fallacies while stressing the use of reason in Christian theology and apologetics.

PH302: Introduction to Philosophy ​

Engage in a study of the most significant philosophers, their ideas, and relation to Christian theology and apologetics.

See the Vital Need for Apologetics-Focused Education

Engaging real-world issues for the sake of the Gospel

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Ready to Take the Next Steps?

First, check with your school to see if you have a Dual Enrollment policy in place. Next, apply to SES and select the application for Dual Enrollment.

Admission to the Dual Enrollment Program is available to Juniors and Seniors who have distinguished themselves with high academic achievement (or, who have at least a 3.0 average). Dual Enrollment courses will be delivered online concurrently with the regular undergraduate courses via the SES digital campus.

As a result, we're delighted to tell you that you'll have a very difficult time finding a better tuition rate than what we offer at SES: $200 per credit hour (plus minimal fees). ​

$200

per credit hour

Read more about our current tuition rates, flexible payment plans, and financial aid opportunities.

Why Should You Seriously Consider Studying at SES?

You almost certainly have at least some basic — and perhaps even advanced — knowledge of Christian apologetics. Many new students at SES have studied books like Tactics by Gregory Koukl, Lewis' Mere Christianity, or I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist by SES alum Frank Turek and SES co-founder Norman Geisler. These are all very helpful resources, but perhaps you have reached that point in your self-guided research where you hit a wall or find yourself out of your depth.

Apologetics, theology, and even Bible study will never reach their potential without being grounded in sound philosophy. It's not a matter of whether you're doing philosophy. It's a matter of whether you're doing it well or poorly. You can be a good philosopher without being a good apologist or theologian, but it does not work the other way around! Giving you the philosophical foundation you need for both theology and apologetics is just one of the ways that a degree or certificate from SES will serve you well.

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Ready to Apply Now?

Start the admission process today. You can begin in just a few minutes by filling out our initial application and it will open the door for us to have an exploratory conversation about your educational priorities and hopes for ministry. We have an entire team at SES who is ready to help you in the process of discerning your gifts and calling to ministry so you can engage our culture in the conversations that matter the most.

Explore Other SES Degrees

Religious studies prepares you for ministry in a busy world.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Religious Studies

120 HOURS

The B.A. degree is an apologetics-focused religious studies degree that will prepare you for further graduate studies

Master of Arts in Religion (M.A.R.)

36 HOURS

Our most basic and versatile M.A. degree that will prepare you well for future graduate studies, or use it as a stand-alone degree

Master of Arts in Christian Apologetics (M.A.C.A.)

36 HOURS

Dig into the meat of classical apologetics with this foundational M.A. degree; be equipped for ministry or further studies

We're Giving Away One Full Scholarship for Any SES Certificate Program

Be one of the first 60 students to qualify for the Frank Turek Scholarship Program by Dec. 15, 2022 and be eligible to receive a full scholarship to an SES certificate program of your choice. 

We’ll pick one winner from the first 60 qualifying scholarship applicants. Remember, certificates are for-credit and can be applied to a degree program in the future. This makes certificates a great way to get started in your SES educational journey. Click below to see the steps for applying to the Frank Turek Scholarship Program.