This degree program is designed to prepare you for teacher licensure and will help you build confidence as a general studies teacher in an elementary classroom. This master’s program includes a clinical component (field experience and student teaching), allowing candidates to acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to positively impact student learning and development. The program aligns with national standards, ensuring candidates attain a quality degree that’s relevant to today’s classroom. Requirements for licensure vary by state. View your state licensure requirements.
Manage a positive classroom environment
Promote critical thinking through teaching strategies
Instruct based on your understanding of the various stages of child growth and development
Apply the theory learned in the classroom to field-based clinical practice throughout the program
A degree built around the skills employers want
We know what skills employers want because we did our homework.
We worked with labor market researchers to align in-demand skills with our program to ensure you have the opportunity to learn and demonstrate them in your coursework.