A graduate degree can increase your classroom effectiveness and earning potential.
Baker University is known for training outstanding administrators.
Baker's reputation for producing top teachers puts you in high demand.
Leigh Anne Neal, a student in the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program, has been named an American Association of School Administrators Educational Administration Scholarship winner. Read More
Professionals with a bachelor's degree who want to begin a teaching career can enter the Restricted Licensure program and teach while gaining certification through online courses. Learn More
Since 1858 Baker has steadily gained a reputation for providing an exceptional education and has offered programs for working adults since 1975.
- Linda Reynolds
- Director of SOE Graduate Enrollment & Academic Advising
Restricted Licensure Admissions Requirements
Admission into the restricted licensure program is a four-step process. Call 913.491.4432 and ask for the restricted licensure program specialist, who will walk you through the process.
Step 1: Transcript Evaluation
To be eligible, you must have earned a bachelor’s degree in a content area or the equivalent content hours within that degree. The following content areas are available:
Step 2: Pass the PRAXIS II (Content Knowledge) Test
Submit scores to Baker University's restricted licensure program specialist.
Step 3: Submit the Following
In addition, you will attend a personal interview.
Step 4: Secure a Teaching Position
Once accepted into the restricted licensure program, you must secure a teaching position in an accredited Kansas school district and pass your content knowledge test before you are enrolled in restricted licensure coursework.