Graduate Teacher Licensure
If you have an accredited bachelor’s degree and would like to pursue your Oregon Teaching License, but have not completed a course of study in education, then the Graduate Teaching Licensure program is for you. This program was developed with the working adult in mind. Corban’s Graduate Teaching Licensure program offers you the latest in teaching tools while building your biblical perspective.
Corban’s Graduate Teacher Licensure can be completed through a convenient evening and online class format. This allows you to keep a fulll-time job all the way up until you start student teaching in the final semester of your program. With Corban’s convenient class format you can fit school into your already busy schedule and are able to start any semester (Fall, Spring or Summer).
You can earn your Oregon teaching license in as little as 16 months. That’s only 4 semesters of your life!
Corban’s Graduate Teacher Licensure program is budget sensitive. Federal financial aid is available for most students. Corban also accepts employee reimbursement plans, military tuition programs, and can set you up with a personalized payment plan. For more information on how to pay for school contact an admissions counselor at 1-800-764-1383. (Ask about the Teach Grant!)
Corban University has been regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) since 1968.
In Corban’s Graduate Teacher Licensure program each course will equip you to combine faith and profession by integrating a biblical worldview into your personal and professional lives. At Corban you can advance your career while building your faith.
Find the program focus that will help you achieve your goals.
This program is not intended to lead to teacher certification. Teachers are advised to contact their individual school districts as to whether this program may qualify for salary advancement.