Campus Secondary Education graduate programs help prepare those interested in teaching students in grades 7-12 – typically middle school or high school students. You may want to consider one of the many programs offering initial teacher licensure. A local campus secondary education degree may be a good choice since it will help you network with other nearby teachers. The average graduate program will feature general coursework to prepare you for teaching and subject specific courses to allow you to specialize in the subject you wish to teach. Examples of secondary education subject specializations may include Biology, English, Foreign Languages, History, Mathematics, General Science, or Social Studies. Be sure to find a campus secondary education program that offers the subject you are most interested in.
Different states require different certifications to teach at the secondary education level. This is one of the advantages of a local campus secondary education graduate program – it will likely provide you with the relevant state certifications and have relationships with local schools to gain needed teaching experience. If you are looking to deepen your teaching knowledge and skills and don’t need the certification, some campus graduate schools of education offer non-licensure options.
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