Arizona Teacher Certification
Are you looking to get your Arizona teacher certification?* Whether you’re an aspiring teacher or a teacher looking to enhance your skills, University of Phoenix has an education degree program that will fit your needs. You can complete an accredited teaching degree online, or study on campus in Arizona through our College of Education.
Commit to Your Future – Get a Teaching Certificate in Arizona
At University of Phoenix, we offer both undergraduate and graduate teaching degrees. The Bachelor of Science in Education is perfect for aspiring teachers who don’t yet have their degree. The Master of Arts in Education is ideal for teachers looking to take their education to the next level.
Depending on availability, University of Phoenix in Arizona offers teacher certification programs online or at our Arizona locations in Phoenix, Chandler, and our Southern Arizona locations in Tucson and Sierra Vista.
Why University of Phoenix for Teaching?
Program Assessments. Our teaching programs go beyond courses to make sure you gain the skills required to be an effective classroom leader. They include a series of program assessments like an Action Research Project for MA students and Teacher Work Samples for all students.
Conceptual Framework. To develop effective educators, the College of Education employs a conceptual framework that builds a foundation of knowledge, skills, disposition and belief in lifelong learning.
Continuing Education. Take the classes you need for recertification, endorsements or professional growth online through our continuing teacher education program.
No waiting list. Teaching classes in Arizona can start as soon as you are ready.
* The Bachelor of Science in Education and the Master of Arts in Education are intended to provide the educational foundation necessary for teacher certification in the State of Arizona. The Associate of Arts in Elementary Education is not intended to provide the educational foundation necessary for certification as a classroom teacher. Please check with your state's Department of Education and your school district for applicability.