Nebraska Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

Nebraska Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

Nebraska Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

University of Nebraska-Omaha's Graduate Teaching Programs

University of Nebraska - Omaha boasts an excellent academic reputation, ranking among the universities by several publications, including U. S. News and World Report, which ranked it the 71st of Universities - Master's in the Midwest. It also enjoys worldwide recognition, with its Economics Department ranking in the world according to an international study. In addition to its internationally-recognized Economics Department, University of Nebraska - Omaha also offers exceptional teaching programs through its College of Education.

Master's in Secondary Education

Students can pursue a Master of Arts or Master of Science degree in Secondary Education with a concentration in several areas available. Possible areas of concentration include Bilingual Education, Art, English, Educational Administration, Foreign Languages, ESL/ELL, Library Media, improvement of instruction, Middle Level, Math, Political Science, Music, Secondary School Counseling, Science, Technology, Social Studies, and Urban Schools. Topics covered in this program include urban education, school curriculum planning, cultural literacy, and instructional technology. Students must also complete courses within their areas of concentration. To graduate with a Master of Science, additional related academic courses for a total of 36 credit hours along with a comprehensive exam must be completed. For a Master of Arts, a total of 30 credit hours including a thesis must be completed.

Hastings College's Graduate Teaching Programs

Hastings College, a private institution in Hastings, Nebraska, has received several accolades. Along with being named a 2010 "College in the Midwestern Region" by Princeton Review, Hastings College has also been named among the liberal arts college in the nation by U. S. News and World Report as well as the liberal arts college in Nebraska by The Washington Monthly Magazine. The college offers a comprehensive teaching program through its fifth-year graduate program.

Master of Arts in Teaching

Students who seek to teach in elementary and secondary school classrooms can pursue a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree through Hastings College's Teacher Education program. This degree program is intended for initial teacher certification. Several teacher endorsements are available through this program, which include several different subject areas targeting a certification in elementary, secondary, or a combination of both.

Contact Information:

*Address: 710 N. Turner, Hastings, NE 68901

*Phone Number: (800) 532-7642

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