Welcome to Spring 2024 Registration!

Follow the instructions below to register for your High School Partnership classes. If you have questions, please contact your Online Advisor, Kelley Wilde: or 661.362.2674.

About Your Classes

Your Dual Enrollment class is in partnership with The Master’s University Online. We are excited for you to join this biblically-based, academically advanced program! Here are some important things to know about your TMU Partnership for the summer semester:

  • Length: Classes are 8 weeks long.
  • Credit: Students will earn high school credit and college credit through TMU Online.
  • Classes CANNOT be taken for zero credit.
  • Cost: $300
  • Classes cannot be added or dropped through your high school. You must add and drop classes directly through TMU Online.
  • In additional to all general education classes available in session 1 and session 2, in the 8-week format, we have 16-week courses available. See the list of 16-week courses below.
Spring 2024 16-Week Courses
C100 3 Units

Study and practice of the organization and delivery of prepared material in the conversational style of extemporaneous speaking.

E211 3 Units

A chronological survey of the development of English literature, with emphasis on the major writers; some attention to the parallel developments in history, language, religion, and culture. Anglo-Saxon period through the Neoclassical period.

ECN200 3 Units

An introduction to macroeconomic principles and terminology. The primary focus is on the aggregate U.S. economy and the policy decisions that state and federal lawmakers face. Topics include review of the economic problem, measuring GNP, money and banking, interest rates, monetary and fiscal policy, inflation, and unemployment. A basic knowledge of mathematics and graphs is assumed.

H212 3 Units

A broad survey integrating important geographical, intellectual, cultural, social, political, and economic developments within the world’s major civilizations from the 17th century to the present.

Key Dates

Spring Registration Opens November 6, 2023
Session 1 Start Date January 15, 2024
Session 1 Last Day to Add a Class January 28, 2024
Session 2 Start Date March 11, 2024
Session 2 Last Day to Add a Class March 14, 2024


Before your register, communicate with your high school administrator about which class you need to take this semester. Follow the instructions below to register for your Summer 2023 Dual Enrollment classes.

  • Log into the Student Portal.
  • Click the “Register” tab to access the Registration Dashboard.
  • Complete Pre-Registration.
  • In Course Selection, choose the “Spring Partnership Courses”, “Spring 1” or “Spring 2” option under the “Session” dropdown.
  • Search for and add the Spring 2024 classes you want to take.
  • Click “Finalize Registration,” select the classes you want to add, and click “Register Selected Courses.” Your Online Advisor will then approve your classes..
  • Dropping a Course: check the box next to the class you want to drop and click “Drop Selected Courses.”

Billing: Bills are posted on a monthly basis. Once your bill is posted, you will receive an email notification to your TMU student email and any additional email addresses you included during Pre-Registration. You can view your balance and make an online payment through the Student Portal under “Billing Info and Statements.”

Account Stop:  If you have an outstanding balance, you may have a STOP on your account, which will prevent you from registering. Please check your balance under “Billing Info and Statements” in the Student Portal and pay your bill to resolve the STOP.

Textbooks: To access textbook lists and other student resources, check out our Student Resources page.

Contact Us: 

TMU Online: 661-362-2674 |
IT Help Desk: 661-362-2876 |
Student Accounts: 661-362-2212 |
Financial Aid: 661-362-2290 |

About Kelley Wilde

High School Dual Enrollment, High School Partnerships


Kelley joined The Master’s University Online as the Dual Enrollment Specialist in 2020. As a mom of four with 20+ years of homeschooling experience, Kelley understands what Christian parents and high schoolers are looking for in a dual enrollment program. She loves serving students and their families by helping them plan for their future college goals and finding the right classes for each student’s unique situation.