Hershey Campus Dual Enrollment and AP Courses
EASTERN MENNONITE UNIVERSITY
EMU and LM offer online dual enrollment courses taught by Eastern Mennonite University professors.Students must register with EMU and pay a fee for 3 college credits and technology.
- Theatre and Justice
- Elementary Statistics
Classes meet face-to-face at Harrisburg University. To be eligible for dual enrollment, students must demonstrate a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher, be at least a sophomore in high school and have approval from LM Hershey Campus. Students must apply through LM Hershey Campus. Go to harrisburgu.edu/dual-enrollment for a full list of course offerings and tuition costs.
Classes meet face-to-face at HACC or online. To be eligible for dual enrollment, students must be at least a junior in high school. Student should see the LM Hershey Campus school counselor for an application. Dual enrollment tuition is $100 per credit. Students participating in dual enrollment may enroll in credit courses at the 100-level or higher (some courses may require placement testing and/or pre-requisites).
Classes meet face-to-face at Messiah campus one day per week (50 minutes if class is on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday; 75 minutes if class is on Tuesday or Thursday) with additional instruction online. All classes begin at 8:00 am. To be eligible for dual enrollment, students must be at least 15 years old, demonstrate a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better, and have completed their sophomore year in high school. Students must register with Messiah. Dual enrollment tuition is $150 per credit hour.
- Introduction to World Literature
- Problems in Philosophy
- Introduction to Psychology
- Music Theory I
- Fundamentals of Oral Communication
- Fundamentals of Latin I
Advanced Placement Offerings - Online
Students have the opportunity to take AP courses online through APEX. Lancaster Mennonite will cover the cost of these courses.
YEAR-LONG COURSES (one credit)
- AP Biology
- AP English Language & Composition
- AP English Literature & Composition
- AP Statistics
- AP US History
SEMESTER COURSES (half credit)
- AP Macroeconomics
- AP Microeconomics
- AP Psychology
- AP US Government & Politics