Dual Enrollment Teacher Credential Programs

Advance your teaching career at LSU. Whether you have an existing MA, MEd, MAT — or plan to pursue one — our programs offer a seamless pathway for you to expand your expertise and teaching prospects. 

LSU is significantly expanding its graduate-level Dual Enrollment Teacher Credential Programs, making them accessible to teachers statewide across a diverse range of subject areas, starting with English, History, and Mathematics. Complete 18 graduate hours of content coursework to help meet SACS-COC’s dual enrollment instructor credentialing guidelines.

Phase One (Fall 2023 to Spring 2024) will emphasize:

  • The enhancement and expansion of the existing 18-hour LSU Graduate Certificate in Mathematics for Advanced Secondary and Early College Instruction (MASECI) as part of the existing Master of Natural Sciences (MNS). 
  • The creation of an 18-hour, content-based graduate certification for dual enrollment teachers in History that will lead to a master’s degree; and
  • The restructuring of the existing MEd to allow for the earning of 18 hours at the graduate level in English, Math and other content areas. 

Program Features will include:

  • Advising support
  • Multiple admission paths
  • Blended course offerings (online learning combining both synchronous and asynchronous)

Complete this interest form to learn about costs, financial support and additional program details.

LSU Dual Enrollment Master’s and Graduate Certification Programs Interest Form