M State uses the web-based Accuplacer assessment test and ACT scores to place students in appropriate-level coursework. Every student who would like to enroll in a concurrent course must complete the Accuplacer test, unless he or she has a qualifying ACT score in math (22 or higher) and reading (21 or higher). Find out more about the Accuplacer process and applying to M State's concurrent program.
High school teachers interested in applying to teach concurrent courses are considered independently, but a minimum of a master's degree in discipline or a masters degree with 18 graduate credits in the specific field they want to teach is preferred. Visit the New Teacher Application section for more information on the application process, concurrent instructor responsibilities and continuing education opportunities.
Contact M State's K12 collaboration manager, Megan Adamczyk, at email@example.com to learn more about the benefits of this program and the steps to becoming a partner high school.
Last modified: June 25th, 2018 at 07:10am