Master of Arts in Education/Secondary Teacher Education
The College of Education has proudly prepared thousands of educators, administrators and educational specialists for leadership positions in schools and other organizations nationwide. Yet the demand for professionals who can create dynamic, educational environments in global communities continues to grow. If you have ever wondered how you could help shape the future, the answer is simple. Make the choice to become a great teacher.
The Master of Arts in Education/Secondary Teacher Education (MAED/TED-S) is a graduate degree program preparing candidates for teacher licensure. The guiding philosophy of the MAED/TED-S program is to provide the adult student, who already has a degree in a discipline other than education, with the skills and knowledge that will allow them to become a competent and effective educator. This program focuses on secondary student learning by improving the educator's responsibility for that learning.
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