Concurrent Credit

A concurrent credit course is a single course for which students earn credit from their high school and from the college or university that administers the course.

To receive credit for concurrent credit courses, you must submit an official transcript from the college or university that administers the course. Concurrent credit courses listed on a high school transcript may be used to satisfy high school course expectations for admission consideration but are not an authoritative source for Purdue transfer credit. If you have such coursework you should provide official high school and college transcripts.

Indiana Students

Indiana high school students who take a dual/concurrent credit course within Indiana's Core Transfer Library will receive Purdue credit for that course according to Purdue's transfer credit policies.

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