Notre Dame College offers two licensure tracks for students enrolled in the online Bachelor of Arts in Education program. These specialized licensures provide students with practical knowledge and expanded skill sets that they can apply to their classroom. Experienced faculty present innovative pedagogy techniques and advise students on current trends in education for a supportive and collaborative learning environment.
Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist (MMIS) (K-12) License
Notre Dame College’s MMIS license prepares special education teachers to meet the educational needs of K-12 students in inclusion, resource and intervention classrooms. During this field-based program, students relate their practice to the Ohio Standards for Teaching Profession. The standards fall into three categories: teaching and learning, conditions for teaching and learning and professional work.
Early Childhood Education (ECE) (Pre K-3) License
Notre Dame College’s ECE license prepares students for Pre K-3 education with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to meet young children’s educational needs. While in this field-based program, students relate their developing practice to the Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession.
The Notre Dame College Online Advantage
- Accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
- Affordable tuition
- Delivered online
- Courses taught by full-time expert faculty
Learn more about starting your education with a Bachelor of Arts in Education degree from Notre Dame College.
Teachers with a Bachelor of Arts in Education along with a MMIS or ECE licensure are prepared for a dynamic career in the classroom helping students of all ages and academic abilities achieve excellence.
Education Careers Include
Childcare worker | Preschool teacher
Kindergarten teacher | Elementary school teacher
Secondary educator | Special education instructor
Principal | School administrator
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Notre Dame College trains qualified professionals through coursework that prepares teachers for excellence in education.
NDC admits students who demonstrate the potential for outstanding scholarship and a commitment to integrity. Admissions decisions are made on a case-by-case basis upon completion of an admissions interview and review of previous coursework. A minimum overall GPA of 2.5 is required for full admission to Notre Dame College. Notre Dame College requires the following from each student seeking admission to associate degree programs:
- Application for admission
- Official final high school transcript stating date of graduation
- Official transcripts from all college level coursework
- Admissions interview
Academic transcripts must be submitted to Notre Dame College directly by the issuing school in order to be considered official.
How To Apply
- Complete our free online application
- Send all official transcripts
- Complete an interview with your Enrollment Counselor