FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions



The application checklist outlines the classes available online to Concurrent Enrollment students. 


Transfer of credit is determined by the school receiving the credit. We encourage you to contact the registrar's office of the school(s) you're interested in attending to find out how they handle transfer work from BYU-Idaho.

You can view BYU-Idaho's transfer credit matrix. You may also want to refer to the course catalog to review BYU-Idaho's graduation requirements. 


Concurrent Enrollment applicants need to be in or beyond their junior year of high school, and at least 16 years old.



There is no specific GPA requirement, but you should counsel with your parents and your high school counselor to make sure that you are ready to take college-level classes.

BYU-Idaho's concurrent enrollment classes cost $30 per credit hour.

High school graduates are encouraged to apply for full-time enrollment. See Admissions for a list of enrollment options.

BYU-Idaho only offers Concurrent Enrollment courses online.

No. All full-time admission applicants must meet all regular admission requirements. These requirements are outlined in Admissions.

Concurrent Enrollment allows a student a maximum of 6 credit hours per semester and is limited to selected BYU-Idaho courses.

Non-LDS applicants who are willing to abide by BYU-Idaho's Honor Code may also be considered for Concurrent Enrollment. All applicants are required to submit an ecclesiastical endorsement as part of the application process. See Part 3 of the admission application at BeSmart for more details.

Non-LDS applicants who are willing to abide by BYU-Idaho's Honor Code may also be considered for Concurrent Enrollment. All applicants are required to submit an ecclesiastical endorsement as part of the application process. See Part 3 of the admission application at BeSmart for more details.

Concurrent Enrollment courses run on BYU-Idaho's semester schedule. Deadlines, participation in scheduled chats, and other time-sensitive requirements are part of all BYU-Idaho courses.

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