What is Concurrent Enrollment?

Concurrent Enrollment (CE) provides high school students the opportunity to take college-credit courses through Dual Enrollment that are taught by high school teachers. The high school teacher is also a credentialed West Georgia Technical College instructor. CE instructors are approved through the college’s Academic Affairs department. CE courses are taught on the high school campus during the regular school day. Many CE credits will transfer to a student’s future postsecondary institution. CE courses through Dual Enrollment are available to 10-12th graders. Students wishing to enroll in the program complete a WGTC application, a funding application at GAfutures.org and contact their high school counselor.

Click to download a list of current Concurrent Enrollment Courses by high school.
All Concurrent Enrollment courses are listed in the WGTC Academic Catalog.