Our unique setting features accredited college classes taught by St. Bonaventure professors. Each semester, classes range from physics and chemistry to sociology and American politics. French, Spanish, and Latin courses are also available at the beginner or intermediate level.
Full-time students who take 12 or more credits each semester are eligible for the dean's list and other merit-based awards offered through St. Bonaventure. Students are issued a St. Bonaventure student ID, email address, and student account.
Credits earned through the St. Bonaventure Dual Enrollment Program are transferable as earned college credits to other colleges and universities if the student chooses not to continue to attend St. Bonaventure after graduating from high school.
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CLAR 110. Composition and Critical Thinking I
ENG 230. Public Speaking
MATH 108. Pre-Calculus
MATH 151. Calculus I
POLS 102. American Politics
SOC 101. Intro to Sociology
BIO 112 + Lab
SPANISH 101. Beginning Spanish Full schedule (PDF link)
CLAR 111. Composition and Critical Thinking II
ENG 210. Intro to Lit - Narrative
MATH 107. Statistics
MATH 152. Calculus II
PHYS 103. General Physics
PHYL 103. General Physics Lab
POLS 205. Law and Society Full schedule (PDF link)
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