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New online option for high school students “hard to beat”

Carson-Newman Dual Enrollment Online CoursesCarson-Newman is now enrolling for its new Dual Enrollment Online Courses for the spring semester. The new option allows students to earn high school and college credit for the same course, online. The opportunity is open to both high school juniors and seniors. The preferred deadline for spring enrollment is December 17.

Melanie Redding, C-N’s director of Undergraduate Admissions, says that C-N’s dual enrollment has proven to be an attractive choice for high school students looking ahead, and that the new online option is a great addition.

“Dual enrollment is an excellent way for students to get a jump on college,” says Redding. “We’re excited to be able to now offer some of these courses online. It’s just really hard to beat the flexibility and convenience these online courses offer students.”

Redding also notes that now with the online option, high school students can take C-N courses whether they live in Bristol, Chattanooga or anywhere in-between.

Online courses include: Art Appreciation, Writing and Literary Studies, Music Appreciation, and Understanding Human Behavior.

Those interested can click here to request more information from C-N’s Admissions Office, or call 865-471-3223. Additional information on C-N’s Dual Enrollment may be found at: www.cn.edu/dualenrollment

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