Post-Baccalaureate LicensureUp one level
Teachers who graduated from (Dr.) Martin Luther College between 1970 and 2001 can obtain their master's degree and Minnesota state teaching license simultaneously.
- How to get your master's and state teaching license
- In response to many requests by WELS teachers, MLC is now offering a program by which (D)MLC graduates from 1970 - 2001 can earn their master's degree and their Minnesota state teaching license at the same time. Some current graduate courses are being revised and some new graduate courses added that will enable teachers to "kill two birds with one stone."
- Program Plans for the combined MS Ed / Post-Bac
- These program plans are ONLY for those wishing to complete the combined Master of Science in Education and Post-Baccalaureate Licensure programs simultaneously.
- View, complete, and mail to the MLC licensure office.
- This handbook is for MLC's Post-bac program. It is useful for master's students to acquaint them with aspects of Minnesota state teaching licensure. An overview of how to obtain a Master of Science in Education degree and a post-baccalaureate state teaching license from MLC is found in the Graduate Studies Bulletin. The specific requirements for each individual can only be determined by the MLC licensure officer based on official transcripts, the post-bac application, and possibly communication with the individual.