Dual Credit

Get a Head Start on College

The COM Dual Credit Program enables students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Dual credit students can earn 30 or more college credits while in high school, plus they receive a discount on COM’s affordable tuition.

Students can take academic courses, such as math, English, government and history, and hands-on classes, such as drafting, welding, graphic arts and cosmetology.

Classes are offered at the COM main campus, COM Learning Center-North County in League City and at local high schools.

Parent Orientation Handout Fall 2017

Dual Credit Academy

Workforce education and technical programs. Dual Credit Academy enables and prepares students for entry level positions in the following fields: Graphic Arts, Computer Information Systems - Programming, Computer Networking Fundamentals, Welding, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, CAD Drafting, Medical Assistant and Pharmacy Technology.
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Summer Registration

Registration for summer courses begins April 4, 2017. If you are interested in enrolling in summer courses, please see your College Connections advisor early. Summer courses fill up quickly!

Summer Seminar 2017

All new dual credit students are required to attend a summer seminar session to receive tools to prepare them for a successful college experience. Topics covered include WebAdvisor, COM email, Blackboard, syllabus review, classroom expectations, tutoring and academic help, library databases and important dates and information. Please contact your College Connection Advisor for seminar registration instructions.

All dates will have two sessions, you only need to attend one session. 9 - 11 a.m. or 2 - 4 p.m.

Texas City Campus
1200 Amburn Road
Texas City, TX 77591

  • Thursday, July 20th
  • Thursday, July 27th
  • Thursday, August 3rd
  • Thursday, August 10th
  • Thursday, August 17th

Learning Center
200 Parker Court
League City, TX 77573
CLC 112

  • Tuesday, July 18
  • Tuesday, July 25
  • Tuesday, Aug. 1
  • Tuesday, Aug. 8
  • Tuesday, Aug. 15

Graduating Dual Credit – Short Application

After finishing dual credit classes and graduating from high school, a student must complete this application to become a new COM student. Former dual credit students do not need to fill out the ApplyTexas application.

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Students' Stories

Cameron Erskin

Janeth Rodriguez

From a Student

“Dual credit eased me into (college), and what I like about COM especially is the professors are truly there for their students. I started (at UTSA) as a sophomore."

Mo Oduwole

– Former dual credit student Mo Oduwole is a behavioral health specialist at the Austin State Supported Living Center.

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