18 Online provides an opportunity for high school teachers to obtain the 18 graduate credits needed to become a qualified content area concurrent enrollment instructor by 2022.
The Higher Learning Commission has approved the extension for M State concurrent enrollment instructors to have a master's degree in each discipline they are teaching in, or a master's degree including 18 graduate credits in each discipline they teach in, by September 1, 2022.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request an individual consultation with M State to review transcripts and to discuss your plan with respect to the HLC faculty qualification expectations.
18 Online provides an opportunity for high school teachers to obtain the 18 graduate credits needed to become qualified content area concurrent enrollment instructors by Sept. 1, 2022. The cost for this continuing education is completely covered (including books) by HF 3326 and SF 3026 - Northwest Regional Partnership,which appropriated $3 million to provide curriculum development for the Northwest Regional Partnership continuing education program. This is a collaborative effort between Lakes Country Service Cooperative, Northwest Service Cooperative and Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Who can participate?
What are the benefits?
How do I enroll?
1. Obtain support from your district's superintendent
2. Contact your cooperative for its approval
3. Go to MSUM's 18 Online Admission and Application website for instructions and to apply
NOTE: You will need to activate your StarID and know your password to complete the application.
To support valued K12 partnerships, M State and MnSCU have compiled lists of discipline specific graduate programs and courses that are accessible and viable for working professionals. This list below includes institutions (state and national) that offer online discipline specific graduate-level courses or degree programs. We also recommend checking the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities Graduate Programs and Courses for CE Instructors regularly as additional courses and programs may be added.
*Note: The compilation of this list does not indicate support or advocacy for particular institutions and/or affiliations.
John Hopkins University (Applied Physics)
Last modified: May 10th, 2017 at 10:16am