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Become A Teacher

When you decide to become a teacher, you are taking on the tremendous honor and responsibility of teaching young people of all ages, nationalities and levels of ability how to understand and interact with our rapidly-changing modern world.

Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge with others? Do you want to make a lasting impact on the lives of others each year? Do you want to join a field that is in-demand with lots of room for growth?

You can complete your undergraduate degree and be ready to become certified as an Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle Level or Physical Education teacher.

Even if you have already completed your bachelor's, it is never too late to consider a career in education. You can take the expertise you gained in your undergraduate degree and turn that into a master's degree in teaching your chosen subject.

Your course work

There is a host of options available to you, and your course work varies accordingly. Through a variety of real-world experiences in local schools, you will build the skills necessary to become an effective educator, including how to manage a classroom and address issues of diversity and equality.

Your career

Whether you are just starting out or are changing careers to become a teacher, you will take the skills and experience you have gained from your time with us as well as your life, and use them to inform your practice instructing the next generation of learners.