The University will supply a complete list of courses offered both live and through online services. While most students will be limited to courses at the 100 or 200 levels, some exceptions may be considered for advanced students on an individual basis. High school students will take courses with the same requirements and same grading scale as University students.
Tuition and Fees
Students will be charged the regular fees for courses taken through the Bursar's Office, just as any other student is charged. Books and materials are the responsibility of the student.
Class Attendance and Behavior
Students in this program are subject to the same attendance and behavior policies required of all enrolled students. Disciplinary matters will follow procedures outlined in the University's Handbook of Standards and Activities (M Book).
Students may view grades through the myolemiss portal. If you are receiving high school credit your school may require an official transcript as record of your grade and credit hours. The University typically does not release grades to parents. Please be aware that your grade does go on your permanent academic transcript. A University of Mississippi transcript is a complete record of a student's enrollment in UM, including all undergraduate and graduate courses.
A Dual Credit student wishing to withdraw from a course must have written permission from his/her high school to withdraw. That permission should be sent to the Division of Outreach. A student withdrawing from a course is subject to the same rules as any other University student and must meet deadlines for refunds as published in the University calendar.
Official UM Transcripts
Requests for official transcripts can be made through your myOleMiss portal, in person, by mail, by fax, or by a 3rd party.
- If you are a current or recently enrolled student with an active WebID, please follow this link: http://www.olemiss.edu/transcript
- If your WebID is no longer active, The University of Mississippi has authorized SCRIP-SAFE International to provide our transcript ordering system via the Web. You can order transcripts using a Visa or MasterCard any time of the day or week. Your credit card will be charged at the time of your order. Place a transcript order here: https://iwantmytranscript.com
- If coming in person, the requester will be required to provide a photo ID, $7.00 per transcript and complete a form in our office.
- Students requesting a transcript by mail or fax should download the transcript request form Transcript Request Form (PDF), complete, sign, and mail or fax the form to the address provided.
- If a 3rd party will be picking up your transcript, he/she must have your written permission to request a transcript.
- Fees can be paid by check, money order, or credit card (MasterCard or Visa). If paying by credit card, please provide the card number, expiration date, and the name of the card holder.
Possible Dual Credit online/Independent Study Courses
(Availability determined by UM Schedule)
School of Accountancy
ACCY 201 Introduction to Accounting Principles I
ACCY 202 Introduction to Accounting Principles II
PRM 194 Foundations of Leisure and Recreation
College of Liberal Arts
GEOL 101 College of Liberal Arts
AH 101* Introduction to Western Art
BISC 104* Inquiry into Life—The Environment
CHEM 103* Survey of Chemistry I
ENGL 101 English Composition
ENGL 102 English Composition II
ENGL 223 Survey of American Lit to the Civil War
ENGL 250 Applied Writing
FR 101 Elementary French I
FR 102 Elementary French II
FR 201 Intermediate French I
FR 202 Intermediate French II
GEOL 101 Physical Geology
GERM 101 Elementary German I
GERM 102 Elementary German II
GERM 201 Intermediate German I
GERM 202 Intermediate German II
HIS 105* The United States to 1877
HIS 106 The United States Since 1877
MATH 115 Elementary Statistics
MATH 121 College Algebra
MATH 123 Trigonometry
MATH 267 Calculus for Business, Economics and Accountancy I
MATH 268 Calculus for Business, Economics and Accountancy II
MUS 103 Introduction of Music
PORT 101 Elementary Portuguese I
PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese II
REL 101 Introduction to Religion
SOC 101 Introduction Sociology I
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish
Other classes are available through iStudy.
The University of Mississippi
P.O. Box 7959
University, MS 38677-7959
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Important Information For Dual Credit Students
Welcome to The University of Mississippi. We are glad you are taking a class for credit at the university and at your high school. It should be an exciting experience for you. While you take college level classes, I am sure you will have many questions. Please read below to find links to important policies and web pages of benefit to you.
Please remember this is not a high school class. Your professor will treat you as a regular student, capable of completing collegiate level work. If you find yourself struggling or falling behind, please contact your professor for help as soon as possible. Good luck and have fun!
If you will be driving to campus and parking for class, please register your vehicle each semester with the parking services department.
A student identification card is recommended, not required.
Academic Policies affecting students
Please familiarize yourself with the M-book and other policies affecting your academic life at Ole Miss.
How to pay your bill
The university Bursar will bill you one time at the beginning of the semester. A copy of your monthly statement will be sent to your home. In addition, your account statement is available through the following website. http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/bursar/
How to Access online services
All online services at Ole Miss utilize a WebId system. Please follow the link for very important information regarding your Ole Miss email and Blackboard accounts. http://my.olemiss.edu/
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Sample Course Syllabi
The following is a non-exhaustive list of University of Mississippi courses that may be taken as a Dual Credit course by high school students. Clicking on the course name will open a sample syllabus for the course. School district officials may use the below sample syllabi to evaluate the course to decide if high school credit can be given.
Art History 101-Introduction to Western Art
Bisc. 102-Inquiry into Life-Human Biology
Bisc. 104-Inquiry into Life-The Environment
Chemistry 105- General Chemistry
English 101- Composition I
English 102- Composition II
English 221-World Literature to 1650
English 222-World Literature after 1650
English 223-American Literature to the Civil War
English 224-American Literature after the Civil War
English 225-Survey of British Literature of the 18th Century
English 225-Survey of British Literature to the 18th Century
English 226-Survey of British Literature II
English 250-Applied Writing
Geology 101-Physical Geology
Geology 102-Historical Geology
Geology 105-Environmental Geology
History 101-History of Europe to 1648
History 102-History of Europe Since 1648
History 105- U.S. History before 1865
History 106-U.S. History since 1877
Math 115-Elementary Statistics
Math 121-College Algebra
Math 267- Calculus for Business, Economics, and Accountancy
Music 103- Intro. to Music
Psychology 201-General Psychology
Religion 101 - Introduction to Religion
Sociology 101 - Intro. to Sociology
Spanish 101 - Elementary Spanish I
Spanish 102 - Elementary Spanish II
Spanish 201 - Intermediate Spanish I
Spanish 202 - Intermediate Spanish II
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