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Teacher Coordinator of Work-Based Learning License

Teaching is about more than creating new environments. It’s about leading students toward their best future.

This license is for educators who already have a valid teaching license covering grades 9-12, and is designed for teachers who want to coordinate work-based educational opportunities for regular and special education high school students and expand their knowledge of work-based learning. High schools are looking for experts to help grow or initiate programs geared toward students who thrive in work-based learning experiences–environments that will help them find possible career paths and gain a leg up on both the job market and college.

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Teacher Coordinator of Work-Based Learning License | Teacher Coordinator of Work-Based Learning License | Bethel University

Bethel’s Teacher Coordinator of Work-Based Learning License program helps educators plan experiences that give their students the chance to learn in work settings outside of the classroom.

Delivery Online
Location Online
Credits 9
Tuition per Credit $545
Estimated Total Tuition $4,905*

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

Program Highlights

Cohort model of learning

Students are automatically registered for the program and move through the 3 courses with a group of peers. 

Two track options

You have the option of completing the program as part of the M.A. in K-12 Education program, or as license-only. Up to 9 credits of the license can be transferred directly into the 32-credit M.A. in K-12 Education program.

Quick program completion

The license-only track allows students to complete the program in less than 6 months.

Perkins Funding

Schools that have licensed Work-Based Learning teachers are eligible for Perkins Funding.


The Work-Based Learning license incorporates practical and experiential courses that will provide you with the most advanced skills to become a leader in the industry.


Learn how to:

  • Plan and implement programs
  • Assess classroom learning
  • Identify employment trends
  • Understand human resources policies
  • Build community and business relations