Courses & Micro-Credentials
Whether you need classes for relicensure, or coursework to learn new techniques, MNU's experts are here to enrich your learning as you adapt to new standards and gain new skills.
A micro-credential is a grouping of related online modules that share a similar focus, elevate your skill set in the area, and maximize your teaching proficiency. To earn a micro-credential, you must complete each fully facilitated online module prescribed by the program. You will receive an official certificate of completion (and badge) from MidAmerica Nazarene University at the end of the program, verifying your mastery of the content.
MNU Course Offerings
- Each course must have a minimum of 10 enrollments for the course to be offered. Cancellation notifications will be sent within 2 weeks of the course offering date.
- All course registrations will close 2 weeks prior to the start of each course. Please register by the appropriate deadline.
Partner Course Offerings
|Partner Name||Course Offerings||Registration Link|
|Anthony Harper Chaparral School District||Course offerings||Register for a Class*|
|Commonwealth Learning Online Institute [CLOI]||Course offerings||Register for a Class|
|CoolTeachersOnline.com||Course offerings||Register for a Class|
|Customizable Professional Development||Course offerings||Register for a Class|
|Education Impact [EI]
Reflection Paper Template
|Course offerings||Register for a Class*|
|ESSDACK||Course offerings||Register for a Class*|
|Learning Forward Kansas||Course offerings||Register for a Class|
|National Math Foundation||Course offerings||Register for a Class*|
|Olathe Summer Conference||Course offerings||Register for a Class*|
|Heartland Academy for Educators in partnership with PLS 3rd Learning||Course offerings||Register for a Class|
|SWPRSC—Southwest Plains Regional Service Center||Course offerings||Register for a Class*|
|SCKSEC||Course offerings||Register for a Class*|
|Valley Center School District||Course offerings||Register for a Class*|
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