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Earn College Credit as a High School Student

College Credit Plus (CCP) at Marietta College provides participating high schools and students an irreplaceable and viable way to experience a demanding curriculum through college-level courses while earning college credit. Marietta College offers high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to enroll in MC courses on our beautiful campus and learn from our highly qualified faculty. The family share of CCP tuition at Marietta College is $33 per credit hour.

CCP Guidelines

A student who wishes to apply to Marietta College as a CCP student must have the following:

Students must apply and be accepted by the following dates:

  • May 15th for Summer classes
  • August 15th for Fall semester classes
  • December 15th for Spring semester classes

Christy Burke, Director of Education Abroad and Graduate Recruitment, can answer questions about the application and acceptance processes. She can be contacted at cb002@fzcatv.net or 740.376.4708.

Once accepted and prior to registering for classes, a meeting with the CCP advisor must be arranged by contacting Tina Hickman at perduet@fzcatv.net or 740.376.4740.

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Commonly Taken CCP Courses

ART 101: Drawing I

ARTH 161: Art Appreciation

BIOL 101: Modern Biology

CHEM 101: Modern Chemistry

CHIN 101: Elementary Conversational Chinese

COLL 150: Introduction to Critical Readin & Thinking

COMM 110: Human Communication

CSCI 110: Computing in Business

CYBR 270: Security in Organizations

ECON 211: Principles of Microeconomics

EDUC 130: Technology in the Classroom

EDUC 202: Educational Psychology

ENGL 151: Introduction to Literature

ENTR 101: Entrepreneurial Mindset

ENVR 210: Introduction to Environmental Science

GEOL 101: Introduction to Environmental Geology

HIST 102: U.S. History since 1877

LEAD 111: Foundations of American Leadership

MASS 101: Media and Society

MATH 125: Calculus I

MKTG 201: Principles of Marketing

MNGT 201: Managing  Organizations

MUSC 231: History of Jazz

PHIL 120: Moral Philosophy

PHYS 211: College Physics I

POLS 130: Introduction to World Politics

PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology

RELI 106: Alternative Religions in America

SMGT 280: Sports Management

SOCI 102: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

SPAN 101: Spanish Level I

WRIT 101: Basic English Composition