Initial graduate programs in education are designed for people already possessing a bachelor’s degree who are seeking an accessible opportunity to become classroom teachers. Classes for graduate programs are available online and during the evening hours to make continuing education possible for professionals with families and careers.

Special Education: Learning Behavior Disorders (LBD) Programs

With a P-12 LBD certification leading to a Master of Arts in Education. Program options exist for traditional route candidates preparing to become LBD teachers and for alternative route candidates who have been  offered LBD employment provided they are enrolled in such a program

Master of Arts in Education with Initial Certification (MAIC) in Middle/Secondary/P-12

Includes options for certification in secondary Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English, Math and Social Studies; middle grades English, Math, Science, and Social Studies;  P-12 Art, Music, and Foreign Language. Program options exist for traditional route candidates preparing to become teachers and for alternative route candidates who have been  offered employment provided they are enrolled in such a program

Combined Master of Arts in Education with P-12 LBD and P-12 MSD certification and Rank I

 

Advanced Graduate Programs

Information about advanced graduate programs is also available for mid-career teaching professionals. All graduate programs are made accessible with online and evening class formats. Advanced graduate programs are available in Master of Arts in Education: Teacher Leader (MATL),  Master of Arts in Education: Rank I School Improvement (Rank I), and a range of stand-alone endorsements, certificates, and areas of emphasis.

For more information regarding graduate programs, please contact the Graduate Education Department at (502) 863-8380 or by email.