Dual enrollment courses offer students an opportunity to earn high school and college credit at the same time. We invite anyone seeking an authentic college experience in a supportive setting to participate in our program, and we offer options for both Career and Technical Education (CTE) and general education.Classes may take place on our campus, at local high schools, or online.

Benefits of Dual Enrollment:

  • It doesn't get any cheaper than this:

Through the brand new One-Two-FREE initiative, the Montana University System covers students' tuition for two courses. After that, dual enrollment students still pay only half-price tuition - just under $55 per credit - with no university fees.

  • Hit the ground running:

Dual enrollment credits transfer throughout the Montana University System and to accredited institutions nationwide, so students save time and money toward completing a degree.

  • Give college a try:

Dual enrollment students challenge themselves by taking college-level classes, but they receive plenty of help and encouragement from their teachers and peers. This positive environment empowers all participants to learn, grow, and discover their passion.

Building Montana's Workforce:

Gallatin College is invested in student outcomes and intent on strengthening the Treasure State's economy. In partnership with Montana Career Pathwayswe inform dual enrollment participants of in-demand jobs, as well as relevant coursework and professional preparation.

Home School and Early College Students:

Click here for a listing of opportunities to earn dual credit on the MSU or Gallatin College campus. 

Local High School Students:

If you attend one of the following institutions, click on the name of your school for a directory of dual enrollment offerings and important deadlines:

Dual Enrollment Student Information:



Required Dual Enrollment Forms:


Frequently Asked Questions

Click here for common questions on dual and concurrent enrollment at Belgrade, Bozeman, Manhattan, Park High Schools and other schools to view the list of courses taught in the high school for college credit through Gallatin College MSU.