Do you enjoy working with kids or adults of any age? Do you love to learn and help others learn? If you answered “Yes” to the last two questions, then you have come to right place! It takes a special person to lead a classroom, as teaching others is the giving of yourself as a career, enriching the lives of others through knowledge and understanding. Deciding which grade level and what subject you would like to teach will be one of your first steps when beginning down the path of your education degree.
Teaching usually requires a bachelor’s degree, but advancements in the district or in salary are offered as higher education is achieved. Some school districts, such as inner-city or lower income districts, have received grants to send their teachers to Masters programs and foot the bill for them in return. Teaching older children or young adults at the high school or college level may require a master’s degree or PhD depending on the state and district you are teaching in. Begin by picking a concentration below.
Types of Education Degrees and Concentrations:
- Continuing Education
- Adult Education
- Corporate Training
- Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
- Distance Learning
- Early Childhood Education
- Education and Public Policy
- Education Leadership and Administration
- Education Specialist Program
- Elementary Education
- Higher Education
- Instructional Design & Technology
- Secondary Education
- Special Education
- Teaching k-12
- Teaching K-12 licensure
Once you have chosen a concentration apply on the application to your right. We will then connect you with schools that fit your desired degree and an enrollment advisor will contact you to answer your questions and help you enroll.