Dual Enrollment Program

High school students: Get a jump-start on your college education with dual enrollment courses from Barry University! You can earn high school and college credit at the same time, right at your own school.

Dual enrollment credits can be transferred to any public college or university in Florida, saving you time and money.

See below for participating high schools, course descriptions, and registration forms.

Christopher Columbus High School

Introduction to Digital Literacy (CGS 1060) 3 credits

An introduction to the main concepts and applications of computers from a liberal arts approach: how everyday ideas can be meaningfully represented by electrical currents that are manipulated inside a computer, computer design and construction, and an introduction to computer languages. This is a first course about computers: what they are, what they can do, what they cannot do, and their history. Ethical and social issues involving computers will be explored. Students will be exposed to the use of a variety of computer hardware and software.

How to register

Complete the registration forms below and submit them to Br. George Di Carluccio at gdicarluccio@columbushs.com.

Register Now

back to top


Doctors Charter School

Calculus II (MAC 2312) 4 credits

Advanced techniques of differentiation and integration; polar coordinates, sequences, and series.

Recreation and Sport Management (SPB 2001)3 credits

An introduction to the fields of sport and recreational management; overview of theories of management and administration to sports and recreation.

First-year Composition and Rhetoric (ENC 1101)3 credits

This course offers an introduction to college-level writing, transferable rhetorical concepts, and basic secondary research. Students analyze and compose a variety of texts for different audiences and purposes.

General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (CHM 1045)3 credits

Chemical principles and descriptive inorganic chemistry for students majoring in chemistry, other sciences and mathematics. Topics include; nomenclature, stoichiometry, aqueous reactions, gases, quantum description of the atom, periodic trends, Lewis structures, molecular shapes, thermochemistry and nuclear chemistry.

General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis Lab (CHM 1045L)1 credits

Chemical principles and descriptive inorganic chemistry for students majoring in chemistry, other sciences and mathematics. Topics include; nomenclature, stoichiometry, aqueous reactions, gases, quantum description of the atom, periodic trends, Lewis structures, molecular shapes, thermochemistry and nuclear chemistry.

Elementary Spanish I (SPN 1120)3 credits

Introduction to Spanish as a spoken and written language; conversation, with emphasis on a practical vocabulary and accurate pronunciation; reading and writing with progressive grammatical and cultural explanations.

Calculus I (MAC 2311) 4 credits

Limits of functions and approximation, differentiation and integration of elementary functions, maxima and minima applications.

History of Asian Civilizations (ASH 3101) 3 credits

Overview of selected major Asian nations with emphasis on twentieth century developments.

Introduction to Digital Literacy (CGS 1060) 3 credits

An Introduction to the main concepts and applications of computers.

Calculus II (MAC 2312) 4 credits

Advanced techniques of differentiation and integration; polar coordinates, sequences, and series.

Modern Russia (EUH 3570) 3 credits

Survey of the historical evolution of Russia with emphasis on the imperial and soviet periods (since 1400s), including the development of revolutionary, economic, military, political, and social institutions.

General Education Mathematics (MGF 1107) 3 credits

Nature and application of mathematics for liberal arts students. Topics selected from algebra, geometry, logic, numeration systems, probability, and statistics.

Elementary Probability and Statistics (STA 2023) 3 credits

Sampling, tables and graphs, elementary probability, special discrete and continuous random variables, linear correlation and regression, contingency tables, hypothesis testing.

Precalculus Mathematics I (MAC 1140) 3 credits

Functions and their graphs; polynomial, algebraic, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; real zeros of functions; polynomial and rational inequalities; conic sections.

Precalculus Mathematics II (MAC 1114) 3 credits

Trigonometric functions of angles; trigonometric identities, equations, and graphs; trigonometric applications; polar coordinates.

History of the united states—people and ideas to 1877 (amh 2010) 3 credits

Topical survey of American history, its people and ideas to 1877.

U.S. People and ideas Since 1877 (amh 2020) 3 credits

Topical survey of American history, its people and ideas from 1877 to the present.

Graphic Design Foundations (GRA 1111) 3 credits

An introduction to the many tools involved in the creation of professional design problems including the Macintosh platform. Students will evaluate the assignments and solve these problems using the appropriate tools. A strong focus will be placed on technology and professional presentation skills. Computer software, one, two, and four color printing and the artistic processes of graphic design will be explored.

How to register

Complete the registration forms below and submit them to Dr. Katherine Grisham at grishamk@doctorscharterschool.org.

Register Now

back to top


Trinity Catholic High School

Catholic Social Teaching (REL 3565) 3 credits

An examination and evaluation of the teaching on major social issues in the papal encyclicals, conciliar documents, and episcopal pronouncements from leo xiii to the present day.

Comparative Religion (REL 2300) 3 credits

An examination of select religious traditions in cross cultural and interfaith dialogue through comparison of scriptures, rituals, beliefs and practices.

Freedom and Virtue (REL 3752) 3 credits

An examination of the meaning of human freedom, the nature and search for virtue as a means and goal of human behavior and as a consequence of our actions. Accountability as part of free human action will be considered in the context of decisions of conscience.

History of the U.S.—People and Ideas to 1877 (AMH 2010) 3 credits

Topical survey of American history, its people and ideas to 1877.

History of the U.S.—People and Ideas Since 1877 (AMH 2020) 3 credits

Topical survey of American history, its people and ideas from 1877 to the present.

How to register

Complete the registration forms below and submit them to Ms. Jennifer Franco at jfranco@tchs.us.

Register Now

back to top


Father Lopez Catholic High School

Catholic Social Teaching (REL 3565) 3 credits

An examination and evaluation of the teaching on major social issues in the papal encyclicals, conciliar documents, and episcopal pronouncements from leo xiii to the present day.

Comparative Religion (REL 2300) 3 credits

An examination of select religious traditions in cross cultural and interfaith dialogue through comparison of scriptures, rituals, beliefs and practices.

Freedom and Virtue (REL 3752) 3 credits

An examination of the meaning of human freedom, the nature and search for virtue as a means and goal of human behavior and as a consequence of our actions. Accountability as part of free human action will be considered in the context of decisions of conscience.

How to register

Complete the registration forms below and submit them to Ms. Katelyn Fisher at kfisher@fatherlopez.org.

Register Now

back to top


Bishop Moore Catholic High School

CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING (REL 3565) 3 credits

An examination and evaluation of the teaching on major social issues in the papal encyclicals, conciliar documents, and episcopal pronouncements from leo xiii to the present day.

COMPARATIVE RELIGION (REL 2300) 3 credits

An examination of select religious traditions in cross cultural and interfaith dialogue through comparison of scriptures, rituals, beliefs and practices.

FREEDOM AND VIRTUE (REL 3752) 3 credits

An examination of the meaning of human freedom, the nature and search for virtue as a means and goal of human behavior and as a consequence of our actions. Accountability as part of free human action will be considered in the context of decisions of conscience.

SACRAMENTS (REL 2770) 3 credits

An examination of the Christian sacraments from the perspective of religious experience and symbol, Christ as the primordial sacrament, the Church as the fundamental sacrament, and the historical-­theological development of each sacrament. Although primary focus will be on the Roman Catholic tradition, attention will also be given to Orthodox and Protestant understanding and practice.

How to register

Complete the registration forms below and submit them to Mrs. Missy Van Anda at vanandam@bishopmoore.org.

Register Now

back to top


Santa Fe Catholic High School

CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING (REL 3565) 3 credits

An examination and evaluation of the teaching on major social issues in the papal encyclicals, conciliar documents, and episcopal pronouncements from leo xiii to the present day.

COMPARATIVE RELIGION (REL 2300) 3 credits

An examination of select religious traditions in cross cultural and interfaith dialogue through comparison of scriptures, rituals, beliefs and practices.

FREEDOM AND VIRTUE (REL 3752) 3 credits

An examination of the meaning of human freedom, the nature and search for virtue as a means and goal of human behavior and as a consequence of our actions. Accountability as part of free human action will be considered in the context of decisions of conscience.

SACRAMENTS (REL 2770) 3 credits

An examination of the Christian sacraments from the perspective of religious experience and symbol, Christ as the primordial sacrament, the Church as the fundamental sacrament, and the historical-­theological development of each sacrament. Although primary focus will be on the Roman Catholic tradition, attention will also be given to Orthodox and Protestant understanding and practice.

How to register

Complete the registration forms below and submit them to Mr. Dan McGowan at dmcgowan@santafecatholic.org.

Register Now

back to top


Melbourne Central Catholic High School

FREEDOM AND VIRTUE (REL 3752) 3 credits

An examination of the meaning of human freedom, the nature and search for virtue as a means and goal of human behavior and as a consequence of our actions. Accountability as part of free human action will be considered in the context of decisions of conscience.

The Christian Understanding of God (REL 3512) 3 credits

The aims of this course are pursued in two movements. From the first movement, “the development of theology of god as trinity,” students will trace the development of the theology of god as trinity from the Christian scriptures, through the patristic period, to the classical tradition of the medieval through modern period. Through its second movement, “contextual approaches to theology of god as trinity,” students will describe the 20th century renaissance of theological reflection and discourse on god as trinity as influenced by human experience, socio-cultural location, and the concept of relationality. Students will relate the notion of trinity to its functions in Christian life, spirituality, and praxis.

How to register

Complete the registration forms below and submit them to Mr. Dan Ensell at enselld@melbournecc.org.

Register Now

back to top

Cardinal Gibbons High School

Catholic Social Teaching (REL 3565)3 credits

An examination and evaluation of the teaching on major social issues in the papal encyclicals, conciliar documents, and episcopal pronouncements from leo xiii to the present day.

Comparative Religions (REL 2300)3 credits

An examination of select religious traditions in cross cultural and interfaith dialogue through comparison of scriptures, rituals, beliefs and practices.

Theology through Film (REL 3111)3 credits

An analysis of works of noted film directors/screenwriters (Igmar Bergman, Woody Allen, Denys Arcand, Jack Gold, Lawrence Kasdan, Stuart Rosenberg, Brian Moor, Fraser Heston) and how their respective films provide interpretative frameworks for those perennial issues that have their parallel themes in religion: suffering, alienation, human fulfillment (salvation), mystery, morality (goodness, evil, human perfection), redemption, trust, and affinity for the Divine.

General Chemistry II (CHM 1046)3 credits

Chemical principles and descriptive inorganic chemistry for students majoring in chemistry, other sciences, and mathematics. Topics include: kinetics, equilibrium, acid/base, solubility product, thermodynamics, oxidation/reduction, liquids, solids, intermolecular forces, and coordination/transition element chemistry.

General Chemistry II Lab (CHM 1046L)1 credits

Laboratory course taken concurrently with CHE 112. Topics include: kinetics, equilibrium, LeChatelier’s principle, acid/base titration, solubility product, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, structural determination of organic compounds, coordination chemistry, and qualitative ion analysis.

General Biology II (BSC 1011)3 credits

Organized according to modules; student may elect as many as three modules during one semester; content of the module may change each semester and is announced during the semester prior to registration; typical modules have included Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Ecology, Florida's Environment, and Introductory Genetics.

General Biology II Lab (BSC 1011L)1 credits

Elementary Spanish I (SPN 1121)3 credits

Introduction to Spanish as a spoken and written language; conversation, with emphasis on a practical vocabulary and accurate pronunciation; reading and writing with progressive grammatical and cultural explanations.

Intermediate Spanish II (SPN 2221)3 credits

Intensive oral and written review of Spanish pronunciation and grammatical patterns, as well as reading, writing and culture.

Advanced Conversation (SPN 3400)3 credits

Development of speaking skills. Prepared and extemporaneous dialogues, reports, skits on real-life situations, and other projects. For non-heritage speakers.

Intro to Business (GEB 1011)3 credits

This course is open to all Barry University students who want to understand what business is, what it does, and its role in society. The purpose of this course is threefold: 1) to introduce students to the academic opportunities and activities offered by the Andreas School of Business as well as its professors; 2) to help students to develop the cognitive skills they need to understand the principles and mechanics that regulate everyday business life; and 3) to prepare students to deal effectively with the challenges of contemporary life, including issues in the business-society relationship, its history, world events, economic issues, and future expectations.

How to register

Complete the registration forms below and submit them to Dr. Katrina Azevedo at academics@cghsfl.org. For all remaining inquiries, please reach Dr. Katrina Azevedo at azevedo@cghsfl.org.

Register Now

back to top