Duquesne's Dual Enrollment program is an exciting opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to take University courses at Duquesne - at special, reduced tuition rates - while you are still enrolled in high school. It's a great way to prepare for success in college, focus on a class, push yourself academically and learn with college students.

Get a head start while you are still in high school!

Choose from a wide range of classes. While you're enrolled in a Duquesne class, you'll have access to:

  • Duquesne's Gumberg Library - virtually or on-campus
  • The Power Center, 80,000 square feet dedicated to recreation and fitness
  • All other student amenities
  • Duquesne's park-like campus that's within walking distance of downtown Pittsburgh

How to get started


  • Completed your sophomore year of high school
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher


  • Include an official high school transcript
  • Provide one letter of reference from your high school guidance counselor  

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Cost and Credit Information:

  • Students can take up to two courses each term and receive University credit for courses taken
  • Tuition for summer 2024 is $371 per credit. Most classes are 100-level courses worth 3 credits each.
  • Credits may be applied toward a Duquesne University degree or transferred to many public and private colleges and universities.
  • If you decide to attend Duquesne University, you will reapply for admission as a first-year student.

Browse Classes

Find a class

Click or tap the Browse Classes button or link to open the search page for the University's course system and select the start term from the drop down menu. 

You can enter the subject area or other search criteria if you know it or go to the next step for tips to search based on summer start dates or download this step by step guide.

Browse Classes

Summer classes start in May, June or July

You can select “June start date”, or “July start date” from the dropdown menu, or you can type it in the box to select it.

You can add multiple search items, including subject, course number, or keywords that appear in the course title or description.

After entering your search items, click the search button.

Search Results

The results of your search will display. You can use your mouse to expand the columns, or re-sort the list by column, such as course number.

Click on the course title for more detailed information on the course including course description, restrictions, prerequisites, and other helpful information.


Include an official high school transcript
Provide one letter of reference from your high school guidance counselor  

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