Prospective Students

If you love to learn - and relish those “light bulb” moments when someone first grasps a challenging concept - education just might be your calling. Check out these avenues to bringing better learning to life.

What are you interested in?

Teaching a specific age or level

Teaching a subject or specialty

Getting licensure to teach your degree

Getting a masters licensure to teach your undergraduate degree

Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) licensure: for those having an undergraduate science degree

Masters in Education (M.Ed.) with secondary mathematics licensure: for those having a bachelor’s degree in mathematics or a closely related field

Getting a masters to move to the next level

Master of Education (M.Ed.): Enhance your knowledge and skills to become a more effective practitioner.

Master of Science (M.S.) Take the initial step in pursuing a degree as a scholar in an educational field.

Getting an endorsement, certificate, or minor

Getting administrative licensure

Teaching at a college or university

Preparing for a position in educational administration

Studying higher education administration and leadership

M.S. in Higher Education: with emphases in student affairs, community college leadership, and leadership and learning

Ph.D. in Higher Education: with emphases in higher education administration, community college, and social justice

Community College Leadership Program

Studying special graduate-level concentration topics