Teacher Education Master's Programs
The Department of Teacher Education offers three types of master's degrees: master's with licensure, master's without licensure, and advanced master's (for current teachers).
Master's with Licensure
Master's programs with licensure are designed for candidates seeking a teaching licensure through a graduate degree program. Currently, the Department of Teacher Education offers the following programs that lead to a teaching license.
- Middle Childhood: for grades 4-9 in two content areas (language arts, math, science, and/or social studies)
- Adolescent-to-Young Adult and Multi-Age:
- Grades 7-12 in one content area (language arts, math, science, or social studies)
- Art in grades K-12
- Family and Consumer Sciences in grades 4-12
- Intervention Specialists (Special Education): with programs focusing on K-12 and early childhood (ages 3-8)
Noyce Program: RALLY for STEM Teaching Fellowship
Candidates interested in teaching mathematics or science in the Middle Childhood (grades 4-9) or Adolescent-to-Young Adult (grades 7-12) programs should consider the RALLY for STEM fellowship:
- Free tuition and $14,000 stipend during the program
- Earn an additional $11,000 per year for the first four years while teaching in a high needs school
Master's without Licensure
The Teaching and Learning Master's does not lead to a teaching license.
Advanced master's programs are designed for licensed teachers who are interested in developing further as professionals. Currently, the Department of Teacher Education offers two fully online programs at the Advanced Master's Level:
Master's Student Handbook
All master's students must follow the policies detailed in the Teacher Education Master's Handbook.
- Application for Graduate Funding in Teacher Education
- Additional information on departmental funding options (follow the link and then click on the Teacher Ed tab below the video)
- Graduate College Funding Options