History Education (MA) - Secondary School Teaching
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This degree offers students advanced work in preparation for employment in secondary schools. Completion of this degree yields a North Carolina advanced (M-level) teaching license. This degree also qualifies graduates to teach History at the community college level.
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Information Unique to Distance Education Program Admission and Enrollment:
The off campus History, Secondary Education program accepts applicants when new sessions are planned (via a cohort-model) at an off-campus location. Cohorts begin, if there is sufficient interest, in one semester, and cohort members take their classes at the same pace (two classes per term) until graduation.
Program Delivery Information:
This distance education program is delivered via face-to-face instruction. Courses are typically taught at the site in the evenings, but use of two-way audio-video transmissions as well as the internet may also be employed in the delivery of instruction.
|County||Location||Semester Start||Application Deadline||Information Session (ASU faculty and staff will be present to answer questions about the program and application process)|
|TBA||TBA||Fall 2014||TBA||Contact Dr. Pennell (email@example.com) if interested in applying to this cohort.|
*You may also express interest in having the program delivered at other locations by completing this electronic form (opens in a new window). Please be aware that expressions of interest are relayed to the academic departments where decisions are made about where programs will be offered.
Applicants must have:
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
- A valid North Carolina "A" level teaching licensure or equivalent from another state
- Completed online application to graduate school
- Application Fee
- Official (sealed) transcript from each college or university attended
- Resume (uploaded as part of the online application)
- Three references (submitted as part of the online application
- Test scores are required for this graduate program (see information below)
A test score (no older than 5 years) from the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is required. Minimum score requirements are provided in the Graduate Bulletin/Catalog.
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Applications must be complete (online application submitted, the fee paid, and all required supporting documents received by the Graduate School) and ready for review by the applicable deadline. (see Proposed Cohorts table above). If it appears to be too late to apply, please contact the distance education program manager to discuss options.
For information or questions related to the application process, please contact:
Ms. Buffy Flowers
Direct Phone: 828-327-7000 ext. 4106
Dr. Myra Pennell
Toll-free Phone: 800-355-4084, x 6002
Direct Phone: 828-262-6002
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