Are you interested in a career as an elementary school teacher? Wondering if there is any way to make a career change? The Accelerated Elementary Education program at MNU allows you to complete a degree or licensure in just 18 months. Your dream of being a teacher is within reach.
MNU’s Accelerated Elementary Education program is structured so that you can work toward a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in a flexible format built just for working adults. Already have a degree in another area? Take advantage of the licensure option, giving you the same ability to teach in an elementary setting in just 18 months. Either way, you’ll be able to work full-time during the first 12 months of the program.
The Accelerated Elementary Education program is part of MNU’s School of Education, which has a great reputation in districts across Kansas and Missouri. Our School of Education is a recipient of a $6.6 million dollar federal teacher quality grant allowing MNU students and teachers to utilize the newest classroom technologies.
- Attend class two nights a week.
- Complete a bachelor’s degree or licensure in 18 months.
- Benefit from technology-rich classrooms and 21st century tools.
- Not located in the metro? Take advantage of a virtual attendance option*.
*For those living more than 45 miles from our Olathe campus.
Our student-focused approach means that you’ll build personal relationships with highly qualified professors. You’ll be a part of a learning community built around a strong Christian faith. Most of all, you’ll enhance your ability to impact the lives of students by pursuing a career that you are passionate about.
Upcoming Application Deadlines
Please apply by: July 15, 2014
For professionals who are motivated to pursue a degree or licensure in Elementary Education in Kansas City, MNU’s program is a great choice.
Our program is fully accredited by NCATE and KSDE, and our courses are taught by highly qualified, experienced instructors. Even though courses meet on campus, our instructors often enhance their lessons with podcasts, vodcasts, social networking, wikis, and other electronic delivery technology. Students may also engage in real-time webcasts with instructors throughout the program using virtual collaboration tools like Adobe Connect, allowing for asynchronized and synchronized learning each week.
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