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Dr. James Hendrix, assistant director of high school and statewide initiatives in Ball State’s Dual Credit Program office. “For example, students who take part in Ball State’s Dual Credit Program benefit from early exposure to college course work and strengthen their chances of being accepted to the regionally accredited college or university of their choice—including Ball State.”The Indiana College Core provides many educational opportunities for Indiana’s students as they prepare for the future,” said
teach dual-credit courses on-site at Indiana high schools are approved as Ball State adjunct faculty. Online courses are taught by Ball State professors. Additionally, Ball State’s experienced and qualified staff are available to support students.
“Offering the Indiana College Core through Ball State’s Dual Credit Program was a natural fit, given the longstanding reputation for high-quality education our University provides,” said Dr. Trudi Weyermann, assistant provost for Learning Initiatives in Ball State’s Division of Online and Strategic Learning. “We take immense pride in our dual-credit offerings and hope to see educators throughout the state encourage their high school students to take advantage of how Ball State can accelerate their college careers.”
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