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Bethel University

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Bethel University's Division of Education prepares effective educators to be reflective servant leaders who have the necessary knowledge and skills to teach others successfully and have appropriate personal and professional dispositions. Furthermore, it is our belief that Bethel's teacher candidates are called to teach, called to serve, and called to lead. Bethel's teacher education program embraces and promotes the concepts of technology integration, effective communication skills, community service, critical thinking, respectful and effective interaction with culturally diverse populations, and professionalism throughout coursework and experiences. To fulfill the expectations of this profession and to find fulfillment in this profession, it is our goal to prepare teachers who are well-educated, well-rounded, and well-adjusted persons who will continue to grow as professionals in the education field. The Education Unit provides a caring community that builds relationships among candidates, faculty, staff, and K-12 practitioners and students.

Provider Type

  • Private

Program Types Offered

  • Baccalaureate

  • Post-Baccalaureate

Academic Endorsement Areas Offered

  • Biology

  • Chemistry

  • Elementary Education

  • English

  • General Music/Instrumental

  • General Music/Vocal

  • History

  • Mathematics

  • Physical Education

  • Special Education - Interventionist

Teacher Placement Across Tennessee

The map below shows where this provider's cohort members are employed in Tennessee. Click here for more details.

Teachers in 3-Year Cohort: 66

Cohort Members per Year

N-Size: 66

What is this metric?

This metric indicates the number of cohort members in each of the three years included in this report card.

Clinical Practice Type

What is this metric?

This metric reports the breakdown of cohort members based on the type of clinical practice they completed during their program.

Candidates In-State

N-Size: 66

What is this metric?

This metric indicates the percentage of cohort members who report Tennessee as their state of residence.