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The FasTrack PostBac Initiative

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Bemidji State University’s FasTrack PostBac Secondary Initiative is a hybrid/online cohort program for individuals looking to become licensed in secondary education.  Schools are desperate for teachers who can develop and deliver online curriculum. You will be qualified when you have completed the FasTrack program in the following areas:

** If you already hold a teaching license, The FasTrack PostBac Initiative is not a fit for you.

Those hoping to enroll in the FasTrack PostBac Secondary Initiative must have previously earned a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Arts or Doctor of Philosophy (or other) degree.

FasTrack PostBac is a hybrid/online cohort initiative (face-to-face and online) requiring only THREE Face-to-Face meetings (in the Twin Cities) per year.

To view the possible alignment of your courses with BSU courses required in the content area in which you seek licensure, click here: courses in your content area to compare with your transcripts.  You must have a 2.5 GPA in both Content and Education courses to qualify for FasTrack PostBac.

Upon full acceptance and successful completion of all requirements, coursework, and student teaching, Bemidji State University will recommend for licensure.  There is no portfolio development.

Ready to begin? Click here for the steps toward licensure

Bemidji State University's FasTrack PostBack Initiative has been approved by the State of Minnesota and will be accepting new candidates after August 15, 2013

*The Social Studies license in secondary education has several subcategories: Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and History.

**We also partner with Special Education.  Please note that the 33-34 Special Education credits are beyond the 23 credits in the FasTrack PostBac SEP courses. Under guidance from a FasTrack advisor, the student creates a plan of study in the first semester of the FasTrack PostBac program.  Click here for information.  Please contact Miriam White for additional important details about the plan of study for the FasTrack PostBac/Special Education initiative.

*** We partner with St. Cloud State to offer a Library Media Specialist Certificate