International Advance University Credit (IAUC) Program > IAUC Faculty
Saint Louis University was founded in 1818 and is known for providing a one-of-a-kind education. Ninety-nine percent of our tenured and tenure-track faculty hold the highest degree in their field. It is this commitment to excellence that makes the Saint Louis University faculty liaison so vital to a student's success in IAUC courses.
Once the Saint Louis University faculty liaison and partner secondary school liaison have been identified, the two faculty members will work together on the delivery and final assessment of courses.
Faculty Credential Requirements
A designated Saint Louis University faculty liaison will make the final decision to determine if a partner secondary school faculty member is qualified to teach a course. The required credentials for specific classes can be found on the IAUC Courses section of this site.
Generally, a Master's degree in the discipline is generally required; however, some exceptions may be made if the teacher holds a Master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the subject. This exception is made on a course by course basis. All credentials should be provided in English and should include, but are not limited to, Curriculum Vitae and an official transcript listing coursework and degree conferral.