Information for School Districts

Getting Started with your PIE Class Selection

PIE high schools enter into a contractual agreement with the university to offer university courses and hire teachers who have master's degrees and at least 18 graduate credits in the content area related to each college-level PIE class. These teachers must be approved by the academic department at the university and work closely with a university liaison professor.

UW-Whitewater provides support for teachers with a master’s degree not specifically related to the content area by providing on-line graduate courses at no charge for participating instructors.  Teachers will need at least 18 graduate credits in the subject area.  For example, teachers with a masters degree in curriculum and instruction could be accepted as PIE instructors for computer science provided that they enroll and complete graduate courses in computer science.

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Current PIE Courses Offered

Transfer guides to all current PIE courses

UW-Whitewater's PIE program meets the standards for dual enrollment programs established by the University of Wisconsin System.

For more information please consult: 
https://www.wisconsin.edu/uw-policies/uw-system-administrative-policies/college-credit-in-high-schools/

Students with Disabilities Seeking Accommodations

Policy and Process can be found here


For more information

Please send any questions to pie@uww.edu.

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