Professional Licensure Disclosures
Federal regulations require us to provide current and prospective students our determination of whether the licensure program meets the educational requirements, does not meet educational requirements, or if we have not made the determination for graduates to be eligible to apply for licensure, for each state. Below is a list of Hamline programs that have had a determination made for Minnesota licensure.
Teacher Education—initial and additional education licensure programs
Administrative licensure for director of special education, superintendent, principal
Educational specialist—director of special education, superintendent, principal
Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)—bachelor's degree concentration
Meets the pre-service learning objectives as legislated by the Minnesota POST Board. Additional licensure requirements must be met to become a sworn peace officer in Minnesota. For a state other than Minnesota, our program does not lead to licensure (as of November 2020). For more information about state licensure, including non-Minnesota licensure, or our program please contact Shelly Schaefer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-523-2145.
Accounting—Bachelor of Business Administration concentration
The BBA in accounting provides the course content required for the Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) credential in Minnesota. Additional coursework to reach the 150 credit hours is required to be eligible to sit for the CPA examination in Minnesota. No determination has been made for any other state. For additional information, including questions related to non-Minnesota CPA requirements, please contact Nancy Webber at email@example.com or 651-523-2679.
Certified Public Manager
The Certified Public Manager certificate allows students to earn a national trademark designation of CPM (Certified Public Manager) and become a member of the American Academy of Certified Public Managers. For additional information, please contact Kris Norman-Major at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-523-2814.
Exercise science (undergraduate elective courses)
The exercise science program includes elective courses that partially prepare students for the following certifications:
- EXSC 3420 Advanced Principles of Strength and Conditioning: Partial preparation for the national Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) credential, available through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). In addition to completing the course, students must take and pass the certification exam to earn the credential.
- EXSC 3610 Personal Training Certification Course: Partial preparation for the national Personal Training Certification credential, available through World Instructor Training Schools (WITS). In addition to completing the course, students must earn certifications in CPR and AED usage (not currently offered by Hamline) to earn the credential, and pass the certification exam (which serves as the course final exam).
- EXSC 3620 Group Exercise Instruction Certification: Partial preparation for the national Group Exercise Certification credential, available through World Instructor Training Schools (WITS). In addition to completing the course, students must earn certifications in CPR and AED usage (not currently offered by Hamline) to earn the credential, and pass the certification exam (which serves as the course final exam).
For additional information, please contact Lisa Stegall at email@example.com.
The Paralegal Certificate is approved by the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Paralegals. It prepares graduates for initial employment as a paralegal in Minnesota, and any state in which licensure is not required. It does not currently lead to licensure or certification for any profession in any state, and does not qualify graduates to practice law or take the bar exam. For more information about employment and certification as a paralegal, contact Leondra Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all additional programs and states, Hamline's programs are not intended to lead to licensure or certificate at this time.
Hamline University is registered with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other institutions.
Hamline University is also a member of NC-SARA, which is an organization that provides state authorization reciprocity with other NC-SARA member states. Please visit our Hamline's State Authorization page for more information.
Licensure requirements by state can change at any time, so we update this regularly. Last updated July 2020.