MAs & MEds with Teacher Certification

Discussion in 'Education, Teaching and related degrees' started by Ted Heiks, Apr 27, 2009.

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  1. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    From the Great State of Alabama:

    University of West Alabama www.uwa.edu
     
  2. twosidneys

    twosidneys New Member

    Ted,

    Thank you! I can add American Public University and a combination with Rio Salado College and partners.

    I would love to hear about others.

    Sidney
     
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  4. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Speaking of which, the Rio Salado College www.rio.maricopa.edu associate's program has a transfer agreement with Northcentral University's www.ncu.edu BEd program.
     
  5. Ding

    Ding New Member

    University of Maryland - University College is restarting their Teacher Education program this fall. They will offer a MAT in secondary education.

    There's not a ton of info available, but I have confirmed that all of the coursework will be offered online.

    http://www.umuc.edu/programs/grad/mat/mat.shtml
     
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  8. twosidneys

    twosidneys New Member

    proud father update

    I thought that I would tell the world that my daughter has now finished her B.A. degree from Charter Oak State College at the age of 16 years and 4 months. Now she is working on teacher certification and a M.Ed. degree.

    Her younger brother, age 14, finished high school and is starting an online B.A. degree.

    Sidney
     
  9. Thorvald

    Thorvald New Member


    That's remarkable! Can you start a thread and tell us how you did it? My daughter has epilepsy and I am looking for educational solutions that do not have the high school time frames. She is bright and can learn, but she is challenged to perform in the school year tine frames.

    Best wishes----Jim
     
  10. twosidneys

    twosidneys New Member

    starting a new thread

    Jim,

    I would be happy to do so but I am computer challenged and I don't know how to start a new thread.

    Sidney
     

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