• Prospective School of Education Students

    Inspiring Educators Since 1854

    Hamline’s School of Education has a long history of providing coursework tailored to meet the needs of local and regional educators.

    Consider the following reasons why each year over 8,000 educators enroll in coursework through Hamline’s School of Education:

    • Outstanding faculty
    • Challenging, integrated curriculum
    • Supportive, professional community
    • Accommodating schedules, accessible resources
    • Nationally accredited quality

    Undergraduate Programs

    Undergraduate students pursuing a teaching license in Minnesota complete a liberal arts degree in the field of their choice and a minor in education to earn a Minnesota teaching license. The School of Education offers more than 20 elementary, secondary, and K-12 licenses in areas ranging from art education, social studies, music, chemistry, physics, music, physical education, and to much more.

    HSE undergraduate programs

    Advanced Degree Programs

    If you have a passion for learning and want a personal challenge along with professional advancement, Hamline offers the following degree programs. Explore your potential and expand your possibilities with an advanced degree.

    Master's degrees
    Doctoral degree

    Licensure Programs

    Whether you're looking for your initial licensure or an additional license to enhance your skills, Hamline has a variety of programs to meet your needs. Meet new challenges with new skills.

    Licensure (including postbaccalaureate) programs

    Certificate Programs

    Focus your professional development and advance your proficiency in a topic area by earning a certificate. Certificate credits may be applied toward a master's degree at Hamline University. Select coursework is available as doctorate credit.

    Certificate programs

    Continuing Studies

    No matter what your professional goals are, Hamline will help you achieve them. Take courses on-campus, off-campus, or online. Participate in professional workshops and trainings.

    Continuing Studies