Our mission is to see every child taught by a certified, prepared, caring teacher. That means we want you to graduate, become a teacher and be the hero in a child’s life. Too many children are without hope. They need you to answer the call, put in the effort and complete the journey to becoming an amazing educator.
Earning your degree can not only open the door to a career with purpose, it can change families and communities for generations. From admission to graduation, we’re here to help you every step of the way.
The admission process is simple and straightforward.
1. Complete application form.
2. Submit official transcripts.
3. Sign your enrollment agreement.
Your success is our #1 goal — your support starts now.
We offer 5 terms per year that are 8 weeks in length each.
Submitting your application is risk-free and does not obligate you to enroll.
Applications do not expire.
Hartwell University does not participate in any federal financial aid programs.
Other Aid Options:
Institutional Scholarships – For the 2021-22 year, institutional scholarships are available on a limited basis to students that demonstrate financial need and are currently serving in a public school as non-certified staff. To apply, please check the box indicating your desire to be considered for the institutional scholarship on the application for admission found on the Hartwell University website.
Private Loans – Students may apply for private student loans from various providers, but Hartwell strongly encourages students to avoid incurring student loan debt, unless absolutely necessary. See this page for more on private loans. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for private student loans.
Third-Party Scholarships – You may search for third-party scholarships to which you could apply by going to the Department of Labor’s scholarship site.
Third-Party Scholarships for Students with Disabilities – Students with disabilities may review this guide to financial aid for students with disabilities.
See this link for all technology requirements: https://hartwell-education.org/technology-requirements/
Bachelor of Science Transformational Christian Education – Program Learning Objectives
PLO 1: Develop and execute proficiency in communication.
PLO 2: Demonstrate content knowledge and pedagogical skills.
PLO 3: Use assessment strategies to evaluate progress towards desired outcomes.
PLO 4: Utilize current technology concepts to design, implement and assess learning experiences.
PLO 5: Apply and evaluate culturally responsive teaching practices to help all K-12 students learn.
PLO 6: Develop and demonstrate the application of a biblical worldview.
Your journey to becoming the hero in a child’s life is about to begin. Let us guide you through the process to becoming a world changer.
In most cases you will receive an acceptance decision via email.
After submitting your application electronically, have your official transcript(s) sent by email to email@example.com or by mail to Hartwell University, 10000 N. Central Expressway, Suite 400, Dallas TX 75231.
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We guide you through the subjects and knowledge to be fully prepared to enter the classroom and make a difference in the lives of your students.
Want to learn more? Contact us today and let’s journey together to your completed bachelor’s degree.