Graduate Credit Credential Quest

The Graduate Credit Credential Quest program has been developed to help Wisconsin teachers earn the necessary credentials to begin and to continue teaching college credit courses in their high school.

The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the accreditation body for public and private colleges and universities, has implemented a policy that requires high school teachers who teach General Studies college credit courses to have a Master’s Degree in the discipline they teach, or a Master’s Degree in a related discipline and 18 graduate credits in the discipline they teach.

High school teachers must have these credentials by 2022.

These are the online courses being offered for SUMMER 2018.  You can register for Summer courses here.

FALL 2018 courses will be available from both the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and posted on the NEW ERA site in July.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Catherine M. Bryan, Ph.D.
bryan@uwosh.edu
CAPP Academic Director
CAPP Office: 920-424-3003
CAPP web site: www.uwosh.edu/capp

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Meagan Strehlow
strehlom@uwgb.edu
Director of K-12 Relations
Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement
2420 Nicolet Drive Green Bay, WI 54311
920-465-2716
Concurrent Enrollment: www.uwgb.edu/ccihs

Graduate Credit Credential Quest

Graduate Credit Credential Quest

Graduate Credit Credential Quest

Graduate Credit Credential Quest