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Grace University is excited to announce a program designed just for high school seniors! Through this program, high school seniors can experience the culture of college life and earn valuable college credit in the process. Review the information below for details.
To participate in the Early Entry Program, a student must meet the following criteria:
In addition, all students must submit the following documents for consideration:
Courses available through the Early Entry Program are as follows:
|BS 101 Old Testament Survey||+|
|BS 102 New Testament Survey||+||+|
|BS 110 Evangelism & Spiritual Life||+|
|BS 103 Hermeneutics & Bible Study Methods||+||+|
|TH 200 Survey of Theology||+|
|EN 101 English Composition 1||+|
|EN 102 Creative Writing||+||+|
|EN 103 English Composition 2||+|
|HU 100 Introduction to the Arts||+|
|PE 200/210 Cardiovascular 1 / Cardiovascular Training 2||+|
|PE 220/230 Strength Training 1 / /Strength Training 2||+|
|PSY 101 General Psychology||+||+|
|SP 120 Oral Communications||+|
|SS 214 Cultural Anthropology||+|
|BU 101 Introduction to Business||+|
|SS 231 Church History||+|
|Courses are subject to change and availability varies by semester. Please check with an admissions counselor for details.|
Students who want to enroll full time at Grace University after high school will be required to complete the normal admissions and registration process. For more information regarding the Early Entry Program contact the Admissions Office at 1.800.383.1422 or 402.449.2831.
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