Master of Education in Instructional Practice
Program at a glance
- Earn your first teaching license in any of over 20 different areas
- Complete in less than two years
- Evening, weekend and online classes
The Master of Education in Instructional Practice is specifically and uniquely designed to meet the needs of the new teacher. This program recognizes your ability to succeed and your ambition to become an excellent and professional practitioner by providing the best initial teacher training. Through the program, you may earn licensure in any of over 20 different areas in teaching including: elementary, middle grades and secondary subject specialties. The program can be completed in as little as 18 months and is designed to fit your busy schedule with classes on weeknights, Saturdays, online and during the summer.
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For more information:
Contact Kristin Baese at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-966-5173
**The University offers a generous tuition discount of 26% for current educators. Financial aid is available to all who qualify and other grants may be available.
The College of Education also offers a Teaching License Program for all aspiring teachers!