Whether you are looking to become a teacher or are a current teacher looking to expand your skills, Prescott College's Masters of Education degree programs lead to certification in teaching, school counseling, or educational leadership. Our faculty is committed to providing you with a quality academic experience and an opportunity to engage in integrated and focused application of your learning.
Traditional or Alternative Pathway to certification
Partnering with nationally and internationally recognized associations which inform our work, Prescott College offers accredited online professional preparation programs for undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate students in several areas:
Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Special Education
Mild to Moderate Special Education (K-12)
Educational Leadership (Accelerated Option)
Prescott College partners with the Arizona Department of Education to offer master's teaching preparation:
Traditional Prep Program: Complete your licensure coursework, then 12-weeks of student teaching.
Alternative Educator Preparation Certificate: Work full-time as a salaried teacher while completing your licensure coursework. Simultaneous completion of program and verified teaching experience lead to your certification.
Innovative professional preparation programs designed to prepare you for a career in Education.
Early Childhood Teacher (birth to age 8)
Elementary School Teacher
Secondary School Teacher
Special Education Teacher
Principal or School Leader
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Our Master of Education (M.Ed.) program leads to teacher certification and specialization in school-based learning settings. If you tell me a bit more about your interests, I can point you to information more specific to you.
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