Dual Enrollment English
English Dual Enrollment Program
The Dual Enrollment Program of UNO's Department of English offers academically talented students enrolled in approved AP Literature and Composition courses the opportunity to receive college credit by satisfying UNO English course requirements. Successful completion of two semesters of AP Literature and Composition will earn the student 6 credits of English/Humanities credit for ENGL1010—Introduction to Genre Studies I (Prose) and ENGL1020—Introduction to Genre Studies II (Poetry, Drama, and Film). Currently, the UNO English Department grants such credit to approximately 500 students a year. For more information about the program please refer to our UNO English Dual Enrollment Program Information Guide.
Teaching Materials Grants for Dual Enrollment Teachers
To help provide Dual Enrollment instructors with the teaching materials they need to conduct college-level courses, Dual Enrollment English provides teaching materials grants to teachers. To apply for one of these grants, please download this form: Teaching Materials Grant Form. You may then fill out the form, save it, and submit it as an attachment to an e-mail to Chuck Johanningsmeier, the Department of English’s Dual Enrollment Coordinator email@example.com.
Professional Development Grants for Dual Enrollment Teachers
Dual Enrollment English also is willing to pay UNO course tuition and fees for Dual Enrollment teachers who need to complete graduate coursework in English in order to satisfy accreditation requirements. To apply for such assistance, please fill out this form: Dual Enrollment Tuition and fees. You may then fill out the form, save it, and submit it as an attachment to an e-mail addressed to Chuck Johanningsmeier, the Department of English’s Dual Enrollment Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org.
English Department Faculty Online Course Development Grants
The UNO Department of English’s Dual Enrollment program is currently developing an online certificate program that both practicing and prospective Dual Enrollment teachers can pursue in order to be fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission to teach Dual Enrollment courses in English. In order to increase the number and variety of our department’s online graduate course offerings, we are offering grants to develop such courses.
To apply for one of these grants, please download the Online Course Development Application form as a PDF. You may then fill out the form, save it, and submit it as an attachment to an e-mail to Chuck Johanningsmeier, the Department of English’s Dual Enrollment coordinator email@example.com.