New Hampshire Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

New Hampshire Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

New Hampshire Graduate Teaching Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

University of New Hampshire's Graduate Teaching Programs

University of New Hampshire is among the Tier 1 universities in the country according to U.S. News and World Report with a ranking of 110 and was also ranked in 2004 in the first ten in terms of how many Fulbright Fellowships were awarded to its students. The University of New Hampshire offers teaching programs through its Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Master's in College Teaching

Qualified students can pursue a Master of Science for Teachers (MST) in College Teaching through the University of New Hampshire. This program is intended for doctoral students who are seeking academic teaching positions and prepares students to teach at the college level. There are three components to the program: core courses, Field and disciplinary studies courses (or courses related to teaching in a discipline), and four separate teaching experiences.

Contact Information:

*Address: 4 Garrison Avenue, Durham, NH 03824

*Phone Number: (603) 862-1360

Antioch University New England's Graduate Teaching Programs

Antioch University New England, a private institution located in Keene, New Hampshire, provides a unique educational experience. Practical experience is emphasized at this university, with students performing as many as 600 hours in intensive internships along with classroom work. Community-based involvement is also encouraged. Initially a center exclusively for graduate education, Antioch University New England offers intensive teaching programs with classes taught by world-renowned faculty.

Master of Education with a Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Experienced educators can pursue a Master of Education with a concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorders. The program prepares educators to work with students who are on the higher functioning end of the Autism Spectrum, including Asperger's, High Functioning Autism, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder - Not Otherwise Specified. Core courses include learning theory, philosophy of education, social change, and curriculum theory and application. Courses with an emphasis on Autism Spectrum Disorders include working with older teens and adults on the Spectrum, social use of language, sensory issues of individuals on the Autism Spectrum, and introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders. A master's project focusing on Autism Spectrum Disorders intervention and a practicum are also requirements of this program.

Master's in Elementary/Early Childhood Education -Waldorf Teacher Education

Qualified students can pursue a Master of Education in Elementary/Early Childhood Education with a specialization in Waldorf teacher education. Students have a choice of obtaining state certification along with the Master's degree or not. Waldorf education adopts a "whole child" approach to teaching, educating the heart, hands, and mind of the child, while viewing each student as an individual. Students will get to learn from distinguished faculty in the Waldorf program. Courses include human development, evolving consciousness, integrated learning, Waldorf curriculum preparation, and more.

Contact Information:

*Address: 40 Avon Street, Keene, NH 03431

*Phone Number: (800) 553-8920

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