Graduate Programs

Database of Graduate Courses for Concurrent Enrollment Instructors

NACEP defines concurrent enrollment as college-credit bearing courses taught to high school students by college-approved high school teachers. As concurrent enrollment  continues to grow, there is a constant need to find qualified high school teachers. This search engine is a resource for NACEP’s membership to find opportunities to share with potential high school instructors.  Members are able to search graduate courses across the nation by either discipline, delivery mode and/or location.

If you would like to list graduate course disciplines available at your institution, along with a link to your web page, please email us at

Select the discipline, location, and/or delivery type to see a list of matching programs.

NACEP does not endorse any particular program nor does it guarantee it will give you the necessary credentials to teach concurrent enrollment classes.

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August 14, 2019

Eastern Washington University

Disciplines: See list below. Contact: Course Delivery Type Accounting on-campus Addiction Studies Graduate Certificate online, on-campus Addiction Studies Licensed Professionals online, on-campus Athletic Training on-campus Biology on-campus Business Administration (MBA) on-campus/online pending Communication Sciences...

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August 14, 2019

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

You can find out additional information here.

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July 23, 2019

Baker University

Disciplines: Art, Philosophy, Political Science, Business, Literature, Social Science, History, Management, Religion, Theater, Communications, Biology, Math Baker University’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies offers graduate-level courses to teachers at a reduced tuition of $100...

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