Dual Credit - HS Teacher Resources

Interested in teaching dual credit courses at your high school for UCC?

Dual credit courses must meet the same standards as the UCC-delivered course.  High School teachers interested in teaching a college-credit course must meet the same educational requirements as UCC faculty. There are subtle differences by department, but in general, Arts and Letters faculty require a Master's in the subject area, or a Master's in a different area plus 12-18 graduate credits within the subject area. For Career and Technical Education, work experience and various licensures are considered. 

If you are interested in teaching dual credit, please send your transcripts and resume to the College Transitions office. After initial approval, you will be asked to complete the instructor application and articulation process and meet with the Department Chair of your subject area to discuss and collaborate on the content and instruction of the course.

Dual Credit Instructor Materials

Dual Credit Manual (includes instructions on how to become a dual credit teacher)

High School Specific Registration Forms

Admission Forms

Registration Forms


Keeley Eldredge, College Transitions Specialist

541-440-7709, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Missy Olson, Dean of Enrollment Management


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