The Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Leadership / Single Subject Teacher Preparation program is designed to provide individuals who are knowledgeable in a specific content area, such as grammar and composition, mathematics, or science, with the chance to develop age-appropriate classroom skills. They'll have the opportunity to learn about instructional theories and current trends in education as well as explore concepts in professional ethics and school regulations. Courses are intended to examine methods for assessing student achievement and personal instruction. In addition, participants have the opportunity to explore how to efficiently manage their time for curricular planning, recordkeeping, and instruction.
Total Credits Required: 33 credits
Financial Aid Available:
Financial aid is available to qualifying students. Aid opportunities include federal financial aid programs, such as Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, and PLUS, as well as veterans benefits programs.
Post-Graduation Opportunities Career Paths:
Upon completion of this program, graduates could seek initial credentials needed to begin working as California educators. The Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Leadership / Single Subject Teacher Preparation program is primarily designed to ready participants for work in middle and high school settings. However, opportunities could also be found at the primary school level.