Develop your professional expertise in a standards-based teaching environment that stresses accountability and excellence. Review best practices research while integrating current knowledge about technology, state and federal standards, multiple ways of learning, alternative assessment, reflective practice, and more.
This graduate program combines online learning with part or full-time study and four academic terms to create a flexible and personalized program.
Complement your teacher certification with this graduate degree program. Expand your knowledge base in curriculum and instruction, with an optional focus on literacy.
This program can be completed either with or without certification, depending upon your past experience and future professional needs.
Expand your background in business, psychology, science, computers, or humanities, to pursue a career change into the field of education. Explore a variety of content areas in teaching, including math, language arts, science, social studies, computers, art, and music.
This program expands upon an undergraduate degree in social studies, to include history, economics, geography, civics, or government. Coursework can be completed either with or without certification.
This program expands upon an undergraduate degree in English, language arts, journalism, or communications. Coursework can be completed either with or without certification.
This program expands upon an undergraduate degree in biology or life sciences. Coursework can be completed either with or without certification.
Alumni Success Stories
"Because I was already teaching, I could take what I learned from the classroom and apply it immediately to what I was doing."Elizabeth Litchenberg G '15
Elementary Teacher at Alton Central School