Dual credit is an early entry opportunity for high school students to complete university-level courses while still in high-school. Student receive credit towards their Grade 12 graduation requirements, as well as NIC credit. These credits are fully transferable to institutions across BC.
“Dual Credit saves money, it’s a good test of what’s coming before you enroll in full-time classes at college, and the higher level classes weren’t as scary as I thought they were going to be.”
NIC offers dual credit options in:
For a list of dual credit courses, visit Dual Credit Courses
Apply now in three easy steps
- Step 1: Complete the dual credit application-university form or the dual credit application-health and human services form
Your school counsellor will assist you with completing the application, and will help you gather signatures from your parents and all relevant school district personnel.
- Step 2: Give the form to your high school counsellor
Dates may vary according to the course or program, so check with your counsellor for the correct deadline for the program that interests you.
- Step 3: Your high school counsellor will submit your application to NIC Admissions
If you meet the admission requirements, you will be sent an acceptance letter and information about registration will be included.
Questions? Contact NIC's Student Recruiter at email@example.com.