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.
Minnesota State Community and Technical College has earned national accreditation for its Concurrent Enrollment Program, which each year benefits more than 1,600 area high school students by giving them a head start on their college education.
Concurrent students save money and earn college credit with the convenience of staying in their high school classroom.
M State works with more than 30 partner high schools to provide college-level courses through the Concurrent Enrollment Program.
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M State collaborates with more than 35 partner high schools across Minnesota to offer college-level classes, all taught in high school classrooms by qualified high school teachers.
Student benefits of taking concurrent courses include:
Concurrent enrollment course offerings span the academic disciplines and include 23 Minnesota Transfer Curriculum options in art, biology, chemistry, English, history, math, physics, political science, psychology, sociology, Spanish and communications. Technical course options include introduction to computers, career internship, entrepreneurship and medical terminology. Visit the Concurrent Courses web page for a list of common concurrent courses and course outlines.
Faculty mentors take great pride in developing collaborative relationships with high school concurrent enrollment instructors to provide eligible high school students with a college experience that engages them and encourages them to persist in taking rigorous coursework throughout their high school and college years.
M State works closely with our partner high schools to provide a high level of service in the areas of faculty mentoring, student admission, registration and transcript processing.
For more information about concurrent enrollment, contact:
Megan Adamczyk, K12 Collaboration Manager