For questions regarding the program, please contact any of the following faculty:
Name: Dr. Tom PetzEmail: email@example.comPhone: (913) 730-7702 ext. 225
Name: Dr. Anna FriendEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (913) 730-7702 ext. 226
The Masters in Education program is special, because it is designed for career professionals who are interested in teaching. In today’s world, there is no such thing as being too prepared for the classroom. To participate in this one-of-a-kind program, individuals must have a bachelor's degree in an approved content area.
The Masters in Education courses will prepare students in the following ways:
Teach skills that can be used immediately to manage classrooms and plan/present lessons.
Train teachers about hard-to-fill content specialty areas, such as math, science, Spanish, French, and music.
For a Secondary emphasis, this program prepares people who have degrees in specific content areas to become middle school and high school teachers. In 2010 - 2011, the Kansas City, KS, Fellows program and the Northeast programs merged into one program.
Masters of Arts Degree in Teaching Brochure
Masters of Arts in Teaching Testing Requirements
Test Codes and Pricing
For a Special Education emphasis, this Masters in Education program prepares people who have undergraduate degrees in any content area, and have had at least one year experience as a special education paraprofessional, to become special education teachers.
Special Education Handbook
Whether your masters emphasis lies in traditional or special education, our unique program can be tailored to your specific needs. What makes this masters program effective is that we understand how important this profession is. Because of this, we provide the most comprehensive education and training possible.
If you live in the Lenexa, Johnson County, or Kansas City area and have an interest in learning more about our Masters in Education program, call (913) 730-7702.
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