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Concurrent Credit

Become An Instructor

Become a concurrent credit instructor

Thank you for your interest in partnering with NNU’s Concurrent Credit Program (CCP). To teach an NNU concurrent credit course, you will need to apply and be approved as an NNU CCP Instructor. The approval process typically takes 2-3 weeks.

Questions about the process? Please reach out to Stephanie Tomlinson, Associate Director, stephanietomlinson@nnu.edu.

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Steps to offering a concurrent credit course

Prospective instructor submits a Prospective Instructor Application that will be reviewed by the CCP Associate Director and an NNU departmental faculty member. (You can find recommended qualifications, along with a variety of other helpful information, in the Prospective Instructor Packet.)

Prospective instructor will be notified of the status and, if approved, the instructor will submit an NNU-formatted course syllabus. The syllabus will be reviewed by the departmental faculty member who will provide feedback and approval.
Once the syllabus is approved, the course will be built and the instructor will be ready to offer the opportunity for students to receive both high school and college credit for the course.