Concurrent Enrollment Instructors
With the recent updates to the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Minimum Faculty Qualifications, many concurrent enrollment instructors will be required to pursue additional discipline specific graduate level credits. Minnesota State University, Mankato offers a number of graduate programs, including 100% online programs and certificates that will allow instructors to meet HLC minimum qualifications.
- Minnesota State University, Mankato offers an array of online courses and more than 30 online degree and certificate options to meet your educational and professional goals and objectives.
- The Registrar’s Office course schedules contain a listing of all online, off-campus, and on-campus courses.
Students are encouraged to apply as a non-degree seeking student; however, you may also choose to apply as a degree seeking student. If you choose to apply as a degree seeking student you will be required to submit OFFICIAL transcripts from all institutions you've attended and any additional program requirements. Visit the Admissions web page to apply.
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Metro ECSU Scholarship
Minnesota State University, Mankato is pleased to confirm our continued partnership with Metro Education Cooperative Service Unit (ECSU). This partnership allows eligible concurrent enrollment instructors to receive a $300 tuition scholarship for each graduate credit taken at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
Current programs available for ECSU funding include individual online courses as well as graduate certificate and degree program options:
Students should confirm their eligibility for tuition remission with the ECSU prior to enrolling in courses.
- Metro ECSU will provide tuition scholarships for online courses only.
- Prior to registering for your course you should check the availability of the course. Online availability varies semester to semester.
- Reviewing courses with the institution you are currently teaching concurrent enrollment through is recommended prior to registering.
Course Offerings for Spring 2021
Below you'll find course offerings for the spring 2021 semester. These courses have been approved for concurrent enrollment instructors.
|CMST 512||Organizational Communication||3|
|CMST 545||Conflict Management||3|
|CMST 552||Speech Debate: Advanced Debate Strategies||3|
|CMST 606||Perspectives on Culture and Communication||3|
|CMST 633||Communication for Professionals||3|
|ENG 555||Advanced Writing Workshop||4|
|ENG 561||World Literature for Children and Young Adults||3|
|ENG 575||Editing Technical Publications||4|
|ENG 577||Technical Documents, Policies and Procedures||4|
|ENG 603||Seminar: Selected Authors||3|
|ENG 607||American Literary History and Criticism||3|
|ENG 625||Seminar: Composition Theory||3|
|ENG 635||Seminar: World Literature||3|
|ENG 671||Seminar: Literary Theory and Criticism||3|
Foundations of Judaism, Christianity and Islam
|PSYC 509||History and Systems||4|
|PSYC 515||Human Memory||4|
|PSYC 555||Abnormal Psychology||4|
|PSYC 566||Psychology of Aging||4|
|SOC 546||Race, Culture and Ethnicity||3|
|SOC 563||Social Stratification||3|