Kansas Teaching Pathway Transfer Guide
Did you complete a Kansas Teaching Pathway program in high school? If yes, you are ready to seamlessly move into MNU’s Teacher Education program.
MNU honors the early learning you’ve completed to fulfill your goal of becoming a life changer…of becoming a teacher. We accept 6 credit hours of coursework from your Pathway program. These two equivalent courses transfer directly into your education major for degree completion at MNU. For more information related to which courses transfer, contact our Licensure and Assessment Coordinator, Janelle Hoffpauir, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913.971.3526.
Impacting and Transforming Students
Do you want to be a person who impacts and transforms lives? MNU prepares dynamic teachers through transformative technology, creative courses and innovative instructors. You will learn how to make a difference in your future students’ lives and prepare them for the 21st century.
Choose from the following majors:
- Biology Education (6-12)
- Elementary Education (K-6)
- English Language Arts Education (6-12)
- History/Government and Social Studies Education (6-12)
- Mathematics Education (6-12)
- Middle-Level Mathematics (5-8)
- Middle-Level Science (5-8)
- Music Education (P-12)
- Physical Education (P-12)
- Speech Theatre Education (6-12)
MNU provides opportunities to complete Areas of Emphasis to add endorsement areas or to grow your background as a professional educator. The teacher education program provides rich field experiences in a variety of local classrooms before student teaching, as well as opportunities to visit Costa Rica and complete part of your student teaching in an international school.
MNU’s teacher education program provides instruction on innovative strategies and teaches you how to effectively infuse technology in your classroom. We offer access to an education-specific honor society and to a student-led professional development organization. We set you on the path to success. Since spring 2011, we have an overall 98% pass rate for the exams required for teacher licensure.