Marian University offers two licensure programs for educators

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Licensure programs

Do you have a passion for making a difference in the lives of children and families? If you want to become a K-12 teacher—or take your existing teaching career to a more advanced level—talk to us about Marian University’s licensure-only programs in education. 

Transition to Teaching

If you have a bachelor’s degree and want to become a licensed K-12 teacher in the State of Indiana, Marian University’s Transition to Teaching (T2T) program is designed for adult career-changers.

  • This is an accelerated program that builds on the subject matter knowledge you already possess.
  • You do not earn an education degree in this program. Rather, you complete coursework and internship experiences that prepare you for initial teaching licensure. 

Building Level Administrator

If you are a currently licensed K-12 teacher who wants to develop the knowledge, skills, and experience for success in school leadership positions, Marian University’s Building Level Administrator (BLA) program may be right for you. This part-time program will prepare you for employment as a school principal, program director, or administrator in elementary and secondary school settings.

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