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Can you get a masters degree in education without a bachelors in education?

According to NPR, One in five new teachers becomes a teacher through means other than a four-year undergraduate program or a master's degree.  Alternative licensure programs can help those without a bachelor's degree in education enter the teaching field without investing too much time up front.

How do you get your masters in education?

To get accepted into a master's in education, you'll first need a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. You'll generally also need to choose a speciality: For a Master in Teaching (MIT), you'll decide whether you want to teach elementary or secondary school, and/or what subject you'll teach.

How long does it take to earn a master’s degree?

For example, a typical Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program may require sixty credit hours (four full-time academic semesters at 15 credits per semester). A student that pursues this degree on a half-time basis (7-8 credits per semester) will take four years to complete the program.

Can you teach college with a masters in education?

If you wish to teach beyond the high-school level, you will need at least a master's degree. Many 2-year community colleges often hire instructors with only master's degrees, as long as they have some teaching experience.

How long does it take to get a master’s degree in education?

Whenever you do enter a master's level program, the length of time it takes to complete it will also vary depending on whether you go part-time or full-time. While some master's programs can be completed in one to two years if you go full-time, that can feel like a long time to take away from work.

What can you do with a masters degree in education?

Here are eight alternative teaching careers for M.Ed holders. 1. Principal or Administrator. 2.Special Education Teacher.3.School or Career Counsellor. 4.Educational Coordinator at Museum, Aquarium, Zoo, etc. 5.Corporate Trainer.6.Educational Consultant.7.Curriculum Developer/Instruction Specialist. 8.Content Developer/Item Writer.