Credentialing

Bemidji State University is well positioned to help educational professionals meet HLC credential requirements!

Our talented and knowledgeable faculty offer a wide range of online and face-to-face courses that will lead you toward the 18 credit requirement for discipline-specific teaching, whether that is at the baccalaureate level, two-year institution, or for concurrent enrollment (College in the Classroom).

Non-Degree seeking students can apply and begin their studies by the start of the closest semester. The application process is quick and easy, and BSU is proud to offer one tuition rate for all students (in-state, out-of-state, and international).

For more course information, visit the BSU Course Schedule.

Please note: Consult with your hiring authority prior to registering in order to make certain courses will be approved for your credentialing status.

List of Online Graduate Courses

SPRING 2019 SUMMER 2019
BIOLOGY BIOLOGY
BIOL5030 – Wetlands Delineation/Class  TBA
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(contact Graduate Studies)
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(contact Graduate Studies)
MBA5120 – Managerial Finance MBA5100 – Survey of Accounting and Finance
MBA5140 – Global Business MBA5105 – Quantiative Analysis for Business
MBA6105 – Organizational Behavior MBA6400 – Managing Human Resources
MBA6125 – Marketing Management
GEOGRAPHY GEOGRAPHY
GEOG5410 – Geography of North America TBA
HEALTH HEALTH
HLTH5150 – Theor. & Ethic Foundations of Health TBA
HLTH5400 – Health and Drugs in Society
MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS
TBA
PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PHED5960 – MNIAAA/NIAAA Leadership Training TBA
PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY
TBA
STATISTICS STATISTICS
TBA

Enrollment Requirements

Admitted non-degree seeking students may take courses for an indefinite period of time, provided they maintain a 3.0 (“B”) grade point average (GPA). Contact Graduate Studies if you have issues registering.

Credits toward the Master’s Degree

If you eventually enroll in a specific master’s degree program, you may apply a maximum of 10 credits of graduate coursework toward your degree. Courses must fall within the 7 year time frame of degree completion.