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What's the difference between Academic and Career & Technical classes?

DefinitionSkill SpecificAcademic Transfer
Where do I take the courses?At your high school onlyAt your high school or on Navarro College campuses
How much does it cost?Most Career & Technical Dual Credit courses are FREE!Regular tuition & fees
Testing RequirementsMinimum TSI completion in applicable discipline.

Complete a one-page Dual Credit Application.

A six-year plan is recommended.
Minimum TSI completion in applicable discipline.

Complete a one-page Dual Credit Application.

A six-to-eight year plan is recommended.
How many dual credit courses can I take per semester?Maximum of 14 credit hours with both career & technical and academic courses per semester.Maximum of 10 academic credit hours per semester.
Which degree plans will courses apply to?Career & Technical (A.A.S.) degree and/or certificateCareer & Technical (A.A.S.) degree or an Academic (A.A. / A.S.) major
TransferabilityOnly applies to certificates or Applied Arts & Science degrees. Core Curriculum: Transfers to any Texas state college/university. Most courses transfer, but specifics should be discussed with the university.
How are grades applied?Grade and credit hours are immediately applied to a Navarro College transcript.Grade and credit hours are immediately applied to a Navarro College transcript.

Will I receive transfer credit for my courses at Navarro College?

Navarro College awards credit for most college-level courses taken as dual credit if the course credit is posted on an official college transcript from a regionally accredited college or university. Exception: Credit for college work that involves remedial or highly technical content may not be accepted. We have no limit on the number of dual credits accepted. General education courses are more likely to be accepted than credit for major-specific courses. Check with the academic department, however, before assuming your dual credit will count toward your major. Please use our Transfer Equivalency Guide to see how your credit transfers to Navarro College.

When will I learn how my courses transfer?

If you have not already received an evaluation of how your courses transfer, you will receive one when you come to campus for our BeauCamp program. During BeauCamp, an advisor will review your evaluation with you and use it when helping you to select the courses you will take during your first semester at Navarro College. When you come to BeauCamp, you will need to bring copies of your college grade reports or transcripts showing the name of the college and the course code, course number, credit hours, and grade for each course you have taken. If your grades from other colleges are available to you online, you can bring a screen print of those grades. We cannot use your high school transcript for this purpose.

Do I need to request official transcripts showing my college credit?

Yes. The copies that you bring with you to BeauCamp will be used to prepare a tentative evaluation of your transfer credit, but we will need your official transcripts from each college before your evaluation will be complete. Please request the registrar at each college to mail your transcript to the address shown below.

What if I have already had an official transcript sent to Navarro College?

If we had an official college transcript for you when you were admitted, you should find an evaluation of transfer credit for the course(s) taken at that college with your admission letter. If you had an official transcript sent to us after you were admitted but have not yet received an evaluation from us, please bring a photocopy of your transcript or grade report to BeauCamp but do not have another official copy sent at this time.

What if I earned my dual credit through Navarro College?

You do not need to take any additional action. Your credit will already be on your Navarro College record, and your advisor will have that information when you come to BeauCamp.

Will my dual credit courses hurt my eligibility for scholarships?

Your eligibility for freshman scholarships is based on your class rank, grade point average, and/or ACT/SAT scores. Since your grades for your dual credit courses are likely factored into your overall high school grade point average, your dual credit courses could potentially affect your eligibility for scholarships. However, your grades on dual credit courses will not affect your ability to renew your scholarships for future years.


Grades earned by students through the Navarro College dual credit program or dual enrollment prior to their freshman year will not prevent a student from renewing freshman scholarships for their second year. (That is, if students meet the GPA requirement for renewal based on courses taken during their freshman year but do not meet the cumulative GPA requirement when dual credit courses are included, their scholarships will be renewed.) However, to renew for their third or subsequent years, students must meet the GPA renewal criteria based on their cumulative GPA (including dual credit hours).


Credit earned through NC dual credit or dual enrollment is not considered in determining whether students meet the credit hour requirements for scholarship renewal.

The courses are on my high school transcript. Can't you use that?

No, because your high school transcript shows the high school credit that you earned. We must have your college transcript to verify the college credit.

Am I required to provide transcripts showing college credit, even if I don't want to?

Yes. It is important that we know about all college courses that you have taken. Failing to provide us with this information is considered falsification of records and may result in denial of admission or enrollment.

What if I have taken Advanced Placement (AP) exams?

It’s possible to gain Navarro College college credit, depending on your AP test score. Students must contact The College Board to request an original copy of their score report be sent directly to the Office of Admissions and Records. We typically do not receive scores for AP exams taken by seniors until mid-summer. View our Advanced Placement (AP) credit web page for more information.