Teacher Education Programs

Alternative Licensure Program


Alternative Licensure Program 

The Alternative Licensure Graduate Certificate will allow students with at least a Bachelor's Degree to become a certified teacher for Elementary Education, grades K-8, OR for Secondary Education, grades 7-12. Tecaher candidates can start teaching on the alternative licensure as soon as they are admitted into the program.

For more details on programs and courses, please visit the 2021-2022 NMT Course Catalog

The programs include 6 credit hours of upper-level coursework and 12 credit hours of graduate classes.