Bemidji State University’s online elementary education program was ranked 18th on the list “Top 25 Online Education Degrees 2020” by College Consensus.
The Distributed Learning in Teacher Education (DLiTE) program is a hybrid, cohort-based elementary education teaching licensure program that spans over six semesters. Those who complete the program earn a bachelor of science in elementary education. The DLiTE program meets all requirements of the Minnesota Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board for licensure in the state of Minnesota.
Nearly all of the courses in the program are offered in a hybrid format, where each class is conducted face-to-face three times a year in Minneapolis, Minn., while the majority of the course is completed online.
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