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Teaching Licenses

Teaching is about more than passing on knowledge. It’s about shaping the future.

At Bethel, we send out educators who are passionate about what they do and are ready to jump into a meaningful career serving today’s students. This program is for anyone who does not have a teaching license and is seeking an initial license to teach. Licensed teachers can also take a sub-set of courses from this program to obtain an additional license. We have a variety of content areas: Business, Math, Communication Arts and Literature, General Science, Life Science, Physics, Chemistry, Social Studies, Spanish, English as a Second Language (ESL), and Visual Arts. Bethel’s Teaching License is designed to meet the needs of working professionals without compromising standards for licensure or for the classroom.

Program Option(s)

Teaching License: Business Education, Grades 5-12

Take your business and organizational skills, experience, and leadership into the classroom with a license that prepares you for state-level exams to teach.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 31
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $18,190*

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Teaching License: Chemistry, Grades 9-12

This grades 9-12 Chemistry license will prepare you to teach science courses to high school students. It can be coupled with a grades 5-8 General Science License.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 31
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: Communication Arts & Literature, Grades 5-12

Enhance your english and communication studies with a licensure that prepares you for state-level exams to teach middle or high school courses.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 31
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: ESL, Grades K-12

Supplement your linguistic and cultural studies with a licensure that prepares you for state exams, and become equipped to teach English as a second language.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 32
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: General Science, Grades 5-8

Meet the demands in public schools for general science teachers by enhancing your education with a licensure that prepares you to lead today's students. This general science license can be coupled with a license in Chemistry (9-12), Life Science (9-12), or Physics (9-12).

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 31
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: Life Science, Grades 9-12

This grades 9-12 Life Science license will prepare you to teach science courses to high school students. It can be coupled with a grades 5-8 General Science License.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 31
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: Mathematics, Grades 5-12

Take your passion for mathematics and hone in on your skills through a licensure program that prepares you to meet state standards to teach in today's classroom.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 31
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: Physics, Grades 9-12

This grades 9-12 Physics license will prepare you to teach science courses to high school students. It can be coupled with a grades 5-8 General Science License.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 31
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: Social Studies, Grades 5-12

Start your career teaching history, government, and other social studies through a licensure that will prepare you for state-level exams to teach.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 31
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: Visual Arts, Grades K-12

Hone your skills in a variety of art courses with tenured faculty who will prepare you for the relevant state-level exams to teach.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 32
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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Teaching License: World Languages & Cultures, Spanish, Grades K-12

The World Languages and Cultures - Spanish is a grades K-12 license that will prepare you to teach Spanish classes to students in grades Kindergarten through 12. Your preparation will include learning how to teach students to speak, read and write in Spanish, as well as understand and appreciate the cultures where Spanish is spoken.

Delivery Blended
Location St. Paul
Credits 32
Tuition per Credit $535
Estimated Total Tuition $17,655*

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* These program details and costs are estimated and subject to change. View our program details disclaimer for more information.

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Program Highlights

Optional start dates

We offer a start date in February and June of each year. Course schedules vary depending on your start date.

Two-track license options

Master’s track: Earn your teaching license as part of the M.A. in Teaching program.

Licensure-only track: Earn only the teaching license (typically 15-18 months).

Cohort model

The Teaching License program is offered through a cohort model where students move through their courses with the same group of peers. Most classes meet online to accommodate working adults, and we then host in-person Professional Learning Community Saturdays at Bethel’s Anderson Center.

Outcomes

The Teaching License program is designed to interact with other future teachers through a cohort model that meets the needs of working professionals and prepares you to meet the requirements for licensure, including applications and exams.

Skills

Learn how to:

  • Integrate values and ethics into teaching
  • Plan standards-based instruction
  • Apply evidence-based strategies
  • Design assessments that teach and measure performance
  • Differentiate instruction based on students’ unique needs
  • Utilize culturally responsive teaching strategies
  • Use and adapt to new educational technologies
  • Work professionally with schools, teachers, students, administrators, families, and communities

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