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You can begin your college coursework early! Investigate our rigorous liberal arts curriculum, pre-professional programs and life on a college campus before you apply. At UST, you will discover the difference that small classes, personalized attention from faculty and the Catholic intellectual tradition will make in your education.

Dual Credit coursework at the University of St. Thomas can be taken during a student’s junior or senior year of high school.

Get Down to Business at our Summer Academy!

Cameron School of Business Summer Academy

Let us help you take the first steps toward becoming a business mogul. Take courses with our UST professors during the Cameron School of Business Summer Academy. The courses explore the world of commerce, what it takes to coordinate and manage a business organization, and the reporting processes you need to know.

You will earn up to nine hours of college credit for taking:

  • Principles of Macro Economics
  • Introduction to Business
  • Principles of Accounting – Financial Accounting

Cost: $800 per course

Application Requirements

  • Must complete your sophomore or junior year of high school before summer 2018
  • Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale
  • PSAT score of 110 or SAT score of 1100

How to Apply

Fill out our application form and send us your latest transcript, a copy of your PSAT or SAT score, and a letter of recommendation from a teacher or counselor.

UST Dual Credit Admissions Requirements
  • Admission criteria are based on PSAT/SAT/ACT scores. 
  • GPA of 3.0 on high school coursework with official transcript from high school. 
  • Students wanting to enroll in a course with a prerequisite must satisfactorily complete that prerequisite before they are allowed to register. 
  • Home-schooled students with standardized test scores are welcome.

Apply now!

For details on application submission, please visit UST’s How to Apply page.

*Make sure to select Dual Credit under the Student Type menu.

Available classes
  • Dual Credit Students are eligible to sign up for entry level courses (1000 level.)
  • Students can search class offerings here.


  • Fall Semester - August 1
  • Spring Semester - December 1
  • Summer I Semester - May 15
  • Summer Session II - June 15
Additional Information

For more information, contact Nikki Miller in Office Undergraduate of Admissions at 713-525-3505 or send an email to