Dual Credit Teachers
Graduate Courses for HLC Credentialing
STEM Teach offers dual credit teachers the opportunity to take graduate courses at a variety of Indiana colleges in content areas such as biology, chemistry, computer science, physics, mathematics, and psychology. Most classes are in an online format so teachers can access the courses when it fits into their schedule. STEM Teach pays the cost of tuition and books/materials directly to the college or university offering the course, so there are NO COSTS for teachers or schools.
High school educators teaching dual credit courses will be required to have a master’s degree in the content area they teach or a master’s degree in another area plus 18 graduate credit hours in the content area they teach. These requirements are set by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the accrediting organization for degree-granting postsecondary institutions in Indiana and 18 other states.
Keep reading to learn more about dual credit credentialing requirements-
Higher Learning Commission Guidance Document
This document outlines the changes that will go into effect for dual credit teachers.
Indiana Commission for Higher Education Dual Credit Resources
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education website includes a number of links to dual credit courses resources, including the Liberal Arts Priority Dual Credit Crosswalk
TransferIN Dual Credit Resources
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education also maintains the TransferIN website, which includes dual credit resources for educators and students.
Indiana Early College Credit Report 2021
This report, published by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, provides an overview of the benefits of dual credit and pre-college coursework.
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Dual Credit Teachers In Need of a Master’s Degree
STEM Teach V is excited to share that a limited amount of funding is available to support teachers who have completed 18 graduate hours by the end of Winter/Spring 2022 semester in a STEM content area through STEM Teach and are in need of a master’s degree for credentialing. Graduate courses not listed in the STEM Teach V catalog will be available to teachers who apply for this opportunity.
- Applications are currently closed and will reopen for all Winter/Spring 2023 courses and subsequent semesters October 31 - November 18, 2022.
- Registration for Winter/Spring 2023 will open November 14, 2022 for dual credit teachers.
- Registration is now closed for Full Fall, Fall I, & Fall II offerings.
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