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A graduate degree can increase your classroom effectiveness and earning potential.
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
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Restricted Licensure FAQ
How long is the program?
Can I double up my courses and finish the program sooner?
Are the courses available online?
Can I start the program any time?
Will I be paid while I am teaching in the program?
Do I have to locate a teaching position before I can apply to the program?
How do I obtain my teaching license?
Can I teach in other states besides Kansas with my license?
Can I work on my master's degree while I am in the program?
Is financial aid available?
Is there flexibility in the minimum GPA required?
What if I want to teach in an area different from my bachelor's degree area?
Can my work experience replace any coursework deficiencies?
Does Baker University assist in locating a teaching position?
How can I find available teaching positions?
Where can I mail my transcript(s)?
Can I fax or email my transcripts?