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Department of Education: (440) 826-2166, (440) 826-3779 (fax)
Admission: Shae Jasany-Maresco, (440) 826-8005,

Applications Are Now Being Accepted for All Terms

New students may enroll in a License + Master's program in the fall, spring or summer terms. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and candidates are encouraged to apply early.


Program Format

Classes are taught on campus in Berea, primarily during the day, with clinical placements in school districts near campus. While the graduate courses in this program are offered online, the majority of the curriculum is taught in traditional, on-campus classrooms. Length of the program will vary by teaching license and by how much coursework can be transferred from previous college work, however, most students take 2-3 years to complete this curriculum.

Baldwin Wallace University also offers an initial licensure program for adults that does not include the master’s degree. 

Program Outlines

Students in the License + Master's program choose a graduate specialization (educational technology, literacy or mild/moderate educational needs) as well as the grade level and teaching area.