North Coast School of Education

College Credit for Coursework

partners

Health Class: Humboldt State University (HSU) offers one unit of college credit for completion of NCTIPís Health Class. Register online.

Technology In Education Course: Sonoma State University (SSU) provides two units of college credit for completion of NCTIPís Technology In Education Course. If completing this course to meet your technology credential requirement, purchasing SSU units is mandatory. Information on registering for these units is provided after confirmation of course enrollment.

NCTIPís Candidates and Mentor Teachers with 100% attendance and successful completed of all program requirements are eligible to purchase college credit for their Teacher Induction coursework. The options listed below are specifically designed for salary advancement or credential renewal. Many school districts allow teachers to utilize college credits to move over on their salary schedule. Please check your districtís policy regarding the acceptance or need for approval of college credits prior to registering.

New for 2018-19

Brandman University offers graduate level professional development units to teachers currently participating in NCTIP. Candidates are eligible to purchase 3 units per semester at $150.00. Mentors are eligible to purchase 2 units per semester for $100.00. (Note: these units are not a part of, or applicable to, a degree program at Brandman University.)

Registration for Fall semester: End of January after final grades have been posted - May 1st.

Registration for Spring semester: End of June after final grades have been posted - September 2nd.

Eligible NCTIP participants will receive an email notification when semester registration opens. Official transcripts are available upon request through Brandman University.

Humboldt State University (HSU) offers extended education semester units to teachers participating in NCTIP (3 units for Candidates, 2 units for Mentors - cost is $50 per unit). A link for purchasing units will be emailed to eligible participants after each semester closes (late January for Fall and late June for Spring).

Fall semester deadline to purchase units without a late fee - May 15th of the following year (i.e. Fall 2017 units are available until May 15, 2018). After May 15th a $25 late fee will be charged.

Final deadline for retroactive Fall units - December 31st of the following year (i.e. retroactive Fall 2017 units are available until December 31, 2018).

Spring semester deadline to purchase units without a late fee - December 15th of the current year (i.e. Spring 2018 units are available until December 15, 2018). After December 15th a $25 late fee will be charged.

Final deadline for retroactive Spring units - May 31st of the following year (i.e. retroactive Spring 2018 units are available until May 31, 2019).

If you did not receive your email notification or are seeking retroactive units, please contact ncsoe@scoe.org.

Simpson University (SU) offers continuing education graduate-level credits for completion of Teacher Induction (6 units per one year of Induction). Register via Simpson's website. To obtain verification of completion of Teacher Induction, contact NCTIPís regional office at 707-524-2818 or email us at ncsoe@scoe.org after program year completion. Deadline to register: October 1st that follows the program year completion (Year 1 or Year 2). Transcripts are available upon request through SU.

University of the Pacific (UOP) offers graduate-level professional development semester credit for completion of Teacher Induction coursework (4 units per semester). Retroactive credits are available until May 31st of the year following program completion. You may register for units after each semester or program year completion via Courses4Teachers/UOPís website. Email notifications announcing the opening of registration will be sent to all eligible participants after final semester grades have been posted (late January for Fall and late June for Spring). To obtain verification of Teacher Induction completion, download your NCSOE Unofficial Transcript from your NCSOE My Profile webpage. Official transcripts are available upon request through UOP.

Teacher Induction transfer units towards a Masterís Degree are available through Brandman or Dominican Universities.

Brandman University has a special transfer option for teachers who have completed (or are about to complete) a Teacher Induction program for a clear credential. Brandman will award 12 units for Teacher Induction towards your Master's in Education Ė Teaching and Learning degree. Learn more. To obtain verification of Teacher Induction completion, contact NCTIP regional office at 707-524-2818.

Dominican University of California offers articulated units for a Masterís degree in Education: Teacher Leadership to teachers who have completed NCSOEís Teacher Induction Program. Additionally, candidates who earned their credential through Dominican can be awarded 15 units towards their Masterís. Learn more. To obtain verification of Teacher Induction completion, contact our regional office at 707-524-2818.

The University of Phoenix offers a credit waiver of 13 credits towards their MA in Education Curriculum & Instruction to teachers who have completed a Teacher Induction Program. Teachers also receive a tuition reduction of 10% on the remaining 22 credits to complete the program. Learn more or contact Penny Roberts, Regional Education Development Specialist at penny.roberts@phoenix.edu.

Brandman University provides an opportunity for Administrators completing the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential Program through the North Coast School of Education to earn their Masterís of Art Degree in Education. For more information, please contact Dr. Barbara Bartels at bartels@brandman.edu.

National University is providing an opportunity for Administrators completing the Preliminary Services Credential Program through the North Coast School of Education to earn their Masters degree. For more information please contact National University's Faculty Advisory, Glenn Sewell at gsewell@nu.edu.

The University of Phoenix's MAED Administration Bridge Program waives up to 26 credits free towards their MAED Administration when a candidate successfully completes a Preliminary Administrative Service Credential program. Candidates also receive a tuition reduction of 10% on the remaining credits to complete the program. For more information, please contact Penny Roberts, Regional Education Development Specialist at penny.roberts@phoenix.edu.