Academic Credit at the Graduate Level is offered through our regionally accredited provider Humboldt State University (HSU). Humboldt State is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commision. To learn more about WASC and Humboldt's accreditation status, visit: WASC Statement of Accreditation Status for Humboldt State University. HSU is on a semester based system, and offers either elementary education (EED) or secondary education (SED) credit in the 700 series, which is post-baccalaureate level appropriate for those students with teaching credentials but not generally applicable to a master's degree program.
Additional Per Credit Fee: $50.00 per semester credit, payable to HSU through the secure online HSU registration portal.
Register for Courses at Graduatecreditcourses.com - Select your courses from the catalog. The course fees for each course include online access to all course materials and a confirmation of completion. There are no additional materials needed, as everything is made available online.
Complete your Coursework - Work through all coursework at your leisure via computer, phone or tablet. You may access your courses from anywhere, as our website is designed to give you the same experience no matter what device you are using. Once you have completed a course, credit instructions and a secure link to the HSU College of eLearning and Extended Studies will be made available in your course dashboard for each course.
Register for Graduate Credit for Completed Coursework - The link in your course dashboard will take you to the secure registration portal at HSU to register for your credit. Once you have successfully paid the per credit fees for your credit through HSU, you will receive an email from HSU verifying your credit registration and outlining the steps for requesting transcripts, etc.
The process is simple and straightforward. If you have additional questions, visit our contact us page and give us a call or email.
Humboldt State University (HSU) is the northernmost and westernmost institution in the 23-campus California State University (CSU) system. It is located in the town of Arcata, situated in the middle of redwood forests, along miles of pristine coastline and wild rivers. Humboldt State University was founded as a teachers' college in 1913. Over the last century, HSU has grown from an institution focused solely on teacher education to a fully accredited university with over 8,200 students and 550 faculty members found in 48 majors, 11 graduate programs and 3 Colleges. It is known for academic excellence, personal attention, hands-on learning, and commitment to sustainability. Teacher education is still at the heart of HSU and is referred to as a "university-wide" endeavor with faculty across disciplines teaching in the undergraduate and credential programs. The vision and support for teacher education programs continues to be deeply embedded in the HSU Mission Statement.
Once you have successfully registered for credit with HSU, you will receive a confirmation email from HSU with instructions on requesting your official transcript. Please note that there will be an additional charge for official transcripts from the University. Expedited options are available.
College of eLearning and Extended Education
Since there are no specific term schedules, you may register for credit with HSU anytime after a course is complete. Once your registration has been successfully processed, transcripts are issued directly through Humboldt State. The term in which you completed your coursework (Spring, Summer or Fall) will be the term that is noted on your transcript. If you need your credit transcripted within a specific term, there are specific dates that you will need to be aware of in order to make sure your transcript is generated within your target term. Please contact us via chat, phone or email for any questions regarding specific semester term dates.
Note: Various levels of licenses/certificates within each state may require different types of professional development credit. It is highly recommended that you review your state documentation to verify your license/certificate type, the type of credit that is needed by your state, and the associated professional development options available to you. Teachers should also check with their district office before registering for salary advancement purposes, as guidelines vary from district to district.