Teaching (Secondary Education)
Online Master's Emphasis

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Overview


The Pittsburg State University Master of Science in Teaching with an emphasis in Secondary Education program focuses on preparing licensed middle and secondary school teachers to move from novice teacher to Master Teacher. This program is also open to those who do not have a teaching license, but want to learn about pedagogy and teaching middle and high school students. This program does not lead to a Kansas teaching license.

Ranked in the Top 25 Best Online Graduate Education Programs, according to U.S. News & World Report

 

Cost


$382*

  • Total per credit hour

33

  • Credit hours
  • Total tuition = $12,606*
    ( $346 per credit hour + $36 electronic access fee) x 33 credits
    *Cost per credit hour and total tuition is based on 2018-2019 academic year tuition rates , master's program option, and assuming all coursework is completed online in the 2018-2019 academic year. Cost per credit hour and total tuition will vary if studies span over one or more academic year.

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  • About Emphasis
  • Career Options

The Master of Science in Teaching with an Emphasis in Secondary Education program requires 33 graduate credit hours. Students take 7 required courses, 3 electives, and a practicum. The 3 elective courses come from curriculum, assessment, or a content area. Students take all of the courses online.

In the Master of Science in Teaching Secondary Education, students take 3 electives (9 graduate credit hours) in a content area in addition to 9 graduate credit hours in a content area. All 18 graduate credit hours must be in the same content area. This qualifies students to teach dual credit courses. 

Options available for the degree include:

Option I: Thesis

This option is designed to prepare students for a doctoral program, for advanced professional careers, or for students wanting to complete an in-depth research experience.

Option III: Course Work
This option requires completion of course work that demonstrates evidence of advanced course work in an area of concentration. Departments will require evidence of competency through activities such as research papers, portfolios, practice, internships, comprehensive exams or other individual work. Students should check with their major department for specific requirements for the coursework.

Graduates of this program leave with the knowledge, skills, and strategies required to enhance their ability as a:

  • Effective Middle/Secondary Classroom Teacher
  • Teach Dual Credit courses (in content area) with 18 additional credit hours in content area

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