Interested in teaching dual credit courses at your high school for UCC?
Dual credit courses are transferable to Oregon's public colleges and universities and requirements for teaching them are the same for dual credit high school teachers as they are for faculty. There are subtle differences by department, but in general, the gold standard for Arts and Letters courses is a Master's in the subject area. A Master's in a different subject area plus 12-18 graduate credits within the subject area may also be considered. For Career and Technical Education, work experience and various licensures are considered.
If you are interested in teaching dual credit, please send your transcripts to Missy Olson, Director of College Transitions, for an initial look. If you have experience (such as being a native speaker of a language other than English) that qualifies you for the position, but doesn't show up on your transcripts, please include this in your e-mail. After initial approval, you will be asked to complete the instructor application and articulation process and, finally, meet with the Department Chair of your subject area to discuss and collaborate on the content and instruction of the course.
Dual Credit Instructor Application Materials
Already teaching dual credit at your high school for UCC?
If you are already teaching dual credit courses for UCC, THANK YOU! You are helping students gain valuable college experience while saving them money. You are so important to the high school to college transition!
As a dual credit teacher, you know there are a lot of things to keep track of; registering students on time, submitting your syllabus, entering grades, and providing an experience that feels like college. Below are some resources for you. Some are essential to your work, and some that you might really enjoy. If you have an idea that other dual credit teachers might benefit from here, please let the Educational Partnerships Office know!