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Specializations

 

An MA is valued in so many areas of life. That’s why we offer such a wide variety of specializations. Your interest will depend on where you are in your career—and where you want to go.

For Licensed Teachers

Develop your skills in the classroom:

  • Professional Development

Add a license:

  • Alternative Education*
  • Reading Teacher*/ Reading Specialist*

Prepare to become a skilled administrator:

  • Administrative Leadership (Principal*)
  • Instructional Leadership (Director of Instruction*)

*Meets state standards for licensure.

Licensed teachers can also add another initial license in the following areas

  • Early Childhood / Middle Childhood (Ages Birth to 11)
  • Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence (Ages 6-13)
  • Early Adolescence / Adolescence (Ages 10-21)
  • Special Education: Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence (Ages 6-13)
  • Special Education: Early Adolescence / Adolescence (Ages 10-21)

SPECIAL NOTE: A tuition scholarship for licensed teachers is available.


For Those Seeking Initial Licensure:

  • Early Childhood / Middle Childhood (ages birth to 11)
  • Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence (ages 6-13)
  • Early Adolescence / Adolescence (ages 10-21)
  • Special Education: Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence (ages 6-13)
  • Special Education: Early Adolescence / Adolescence (ages 10-21)

For Business Professionals:

  • Adult Education and Instructional Design
  • Adult Education and Organizational Development
  • Professional Development (Community College Focus)

For more information about each of the specializations within the Master of Arts in Education program, click here to view the full list.


Questions?

Please contact our Admissions Counselor, Mary Claire Jones, at (414) 382-6106, (800) 933-3401, or email her here.