Dual Enrollment Options
What is Dual Enrollment (Move on When Ready)?
Dual Enrollment (formerly MOWR) is Georgia's dual enrollment program for high school students. This program allows students to take college-level and technical college-level courses and earn credit toward both a high school diploma and a college degree while still in high school.
- Available to all 9-12 grade students who have been admitted to a post-secondary institution
- Once approved, may enroll full or part-time in approved credit-bearing college courses
- Full time status is 12-15 semester hours, or 15-18 quarter hours
- Courses may be taken before, during or after regular school hours on the college campus, online, or at the Academy for Advanced Studies
- Courses can be taken in more than one location in any combination or classes
- Courses may be taken in the fall, spring, and/or summer terms at post-secondary institutions
- Under SB 2, students who have completed 2 credits in English/Language Arts, 2 credits in Science, 2 credits in Math, 2 credits in Social Studies, and 1 credit in Health/PE may enroll full time in a post-secondary institution to complete an associates degree or a series of technical certificate programs while earning their high school diploma at the same time. For more information regarding SB 2, click here.
- Click here for a list of TCSG Dual Enrollment Myths and Facts.
What do I need to do first?
Explore Dual Enrollment (MOWR) information early! If you are interested in Dual Enrollment, you will need time to ensure that you meet local school and college entry requirements, including taking the SAT/ACT, or other placement/admission assessments required.
Click HERE for admissions requirementsPartnering Schools for Dual Enrollment1. Clayton State University: https://www.clayton.edu/MOWR2. Gordon State: http://www.gordonstate.edu/admissions/accel-program-dual-enrollment3. Southern Crescent Technical College: https://www.sctech.edu/futurestudents/student-type/high-school-student/4. Point University: https://point.edu/admissions/mowr/**For additional information please stop by see your Professional School Counselor**
- Take the “Are You Ready for "Dual Enrollment/MOWR” quiz. Click here for the quiz.
- The law requires that you conference with your high school counselor before being approved for Dual Enrollment. The Dual Enrollment Participation Agreement and the Dual Enrollment Checklist will be completed during the conference with your school counselor.