Alumni Mara Johnson (M.A.T. ’16) and Jeffrey Stephens (B.S.E. ’16) were two of 41 teachers who received a 2016 Georgia Power New Teacher Assistance Grant.
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Graduate Entry to Teacher Education
If you would like to get your teacher certification for Georgia, you’ll need to complete one of our approved teacher education programs. You’ll also need to be a degree-seeking student. We offer courses of study that will lead you to your initial certification and, at the same time, give you a Master of Arts in Teaching (TEEMS).
- Human Learning and Development B.I.S.
- B.S./M.A.T. Collaboration
- Middle Level Education B.S.E.
- Physics B.S./Science Education M.A.T.
- English Education M.Ed.
- Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T. — TEEMS)
- Mathematics Education M.Ed.
- Reading, Language and Literacy Education M.Ed.
- Social Studies Education M.Ed.
Doctoral Programs (Ph.D. and Ed.D.):
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