With an online education degree from Bethel University, you’ll have what it takes to advance your teaching career. Discover innovative teaching methods, exciting experience opportunities and a faith-based community of scholars as you develop new skills to become a more effective educator. Created with working individuals in mind, Bethel’s online education programs will offer you the flexibility to earn a degree on your own time while balancing personal responsibilities.
Bethel is 1 of 10 Indiana colleges to be recognized as a 2020 College of Distinction, and 1 of 63 schools in the nation to be named a Christian College of Distinction. This honor is given to colleges and universities that excel in the Four Distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant communities and successful outcomes.
- Master of Education – Generalist
- Master of Education – Literacy
- Master of Education – School Leadership
- English as a New Language – Licensure
- School Administration Licensure
- Special Education Licensure
Curriculum directors collaborate with schools to create educational guidelines that mandate how teachers do their work. They may be responsible for designing, implementing, and evaluating curricula, recruiting and evaluating staff members, creating long-term strategic goals, serving in consultant roles, and a host of other duties. These professionals earn a median annual salary of $72,708.
High School Principal
High school principals oversee all administrative aspects of a particular high school. They may be responsible for assessing and managing curricula, supervising teachers, establishing and enforcing academic and behavioral standards, ensuring legal compliance, and other related tasks. Those who work in this profession earn a median annual salary of $87,724.
Middle School Special Education Teacher
Middle school special education teachers educate students in sixth through eighth grade who have disabilities. These professionals design and implement curricula tailored to students’ unique needs, closely monitor and communicate with parents regarding students’ progress, and prepare students to enter higher levels of education. Those who work in this field earn a median annual salary of $47,932.