Teacher Education Overview
The School of Education develops servant leaders in the field of education who honor God by demonstrating excellence in reflective and innovative practices, facilitating the P-20 intellectual, emotional, and character growth of next century learners.
Statement of Purpose
In the Teacher Education Department, we focus on helping teacher candidates develop spiritually and apply their knowledge through apprentice relationships and data-driven learning. As an MNU Teacher Education graduate you will have the tools to enthusiastically serve all learners, lead in various content areas, contribute to your professional community, and through resourceful and innovative thinking, design student-centered instruction that embodies the interdisciplinary nature of knowledge.
Licensure options are also available. We are accredited through KSDE and CAEP.
Application to the teacher education program is a separate admission process than applying to MNU.
Additional Teacher Education Paths and Programs
FORCE [Forging Opportunities and Recruiting for Careers in Education] is a program designed to introduce talented men of color to prospective employers in the field of education. In the FORCE program prospective employers partner with MNU’s School of Education to provide placement sites and mentors for select identified teacher hopefuls.
Kansas Teaching Pathway
Kansas High School Students who complete a Kansas Teaching Pathway program are eligible to transfer 6 credit hours of coursework from your Pathway program directly into your education major for degree completion at MNU. That's the equivalent of transferring two courses!