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.

When students with dual credit courses apply to Purdue, the Purdue Credit Evaluation Department reviews the courses to determine whether Purdue credit can be awarded. Students who take concurrent credit courses taught by high school teachers may be asked to validate the credit a College Board Advanced Placement exam or Purdue Advanced Credit Exams.

 

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.