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Transition to Teaching

Already have a bachelor’s degree, yet feel a passion for teaching? Anderson University’s Transition to Teaching program will walk with you through the licensing process and prepare you for the classroom, all in just 12 months online.

Elevate Your Career with Transition to Teaching right here.

What you will love about this online degree:

Real-world Classroom Placement

A hallmark of Anderson University’s program is its emphasis on practical experience. Participants spend a significant portion of the 12-month program in real-world classroom placements. This hands-on approach allows aspiring teachers to apply their theoretical knowledge in actual teaching environments, honing their skills, and adapting to the dynamic nature of classrooms. These placements also foster connections between participants and established educators, creating a supportive network that extends beyond the program.

Comprehensive Curriculum

The foundation of Anderson University’s program lies in its robust curriculum, meticulously designed to cover every facet of effective teaching. Over the course of 12 months, participants engage in a series of modules. For example, they delve into pedagogical theories, classroom management strategies, and the integration of technology in education. The curriculum is not just theoretical; it emphasizes practical applications through hands-on experiences and real-world classroom simulations.

Start your career faster

You’ve made your career decision. Why wait to make it happen? You can obtain your license in just 12 months in our program — one of the fastest programs in the state.

    Online Transition to Teaching Program Overview

    Affordable

    Experience high-quality teacher education at an affordable price point, empowering you to level up your career. This program is designed for students who are 23 and older. 

    • Elementary Track – 24 Credits = $11,400
    • Secondary Track – 18 Credits = $8,550 
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    Salary

    Positions typically start around $40,000 per year. They vary throughout the state of Indiana. Positions may include entry level teacher positions in a public or private schools.

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    Scholarships

    Transition to Teaching Scholarship available through Indiana Commision for Higher Education.

    Tomorrow's Leaders Are Starting At Anderson. Apply today.

    Don’t wait to begin your journey. Completed application materials are reviewed on an ongoing basis. No GMAT or GRE required.

    How to apply:

    • Complete the online application
    • Submit Resume and/or LinkedIn profile.
    • Completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited and recognized college or university with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.
    • Send official transcripts from all colleges attended to adultgrad@anderson.edu.
    • One recommendation letter (find form here).
    • Earned undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher.

    Questions?