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Graduate licensure programs offer new opportunities for aspiring educators.

Middle Level Math (5th-8th)
Secondary Math (6th-12th)
Middle Level Science (5th-8th)
Secondary Biology (6th-12th)
Secondary Chemistry (6th-12th)
Secondary Earth & Space Science (6th-12th)
Secondary Physics (6th-12th)
Foreign Language (PK-12)

Already licensed to teach and looking for a master's degree option? Learn more here.

Note: KU does not offer any “alternative” licensure programs; you can find more information at the Kansas State Department of Education web site.


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