Teacher Approval Process
High school instructors who wish to teach an Ohio University course must meet the same requirements for faculty employed by the University, as stipulated for accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, and the Ohio Board of Regents.
In order to instruct college-level courses and in keeping with state requirements, it is expected that at a minimum secondary school teachers will hold a master's or doctorate degree in the content area of the course in which they are teaching or a master's degree and at least 18 credit hours completed at the graduate level in the content area in which they are teaching. Some Ohio University departments may require credentials above and beyond the state minimums.
Minimum Criteria for Teacher Approvals
The following document lists the minimum credentials required of secondary school teachers in order to be evaluated by Ohio University as a dual enrollment instructor. Meeting minimum credentials does not guarantee approval. Secondary teachers interested in instructing an Ohio University course must follow the teacher approval process by submitting the Dual Enrollment Teacher Application and supporting documentation as outlined below. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of all academic departments.
Minimum Criteria for Teacher Approvals.pdf
High school teachers must follow the steps below in order to be considered as a dual enrollment instructor for Ohio University. Please note that if you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you may download the free version to view the PDF documents referenced below.
For general question regarding the teacher approval application process please contact Robert Callahan, Director of Dual Enrollment Programs, at 740.593.2576 or firstname.lastname@example.org.