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This exciting and innovative graduate program prepares teachers for leadership positions in the secondary school setting. By exploring the roles of teacher as researcher, scholar-practitioner and educational leader, you’ll cultivate a learning community of faculty and students through dialogue and critical inquiry. 

All coursework is fully online, with some courses holding regular virtual class meetings.

This 30-hour graduate program is designed for students who have earned an undergraduate degree but are not certified to teach. You’ll prepare to sit for the Texas teacher certification exam as you complete your master’s degree. This will require participation in the post-baccalaureate initial certification program. 

Course and NumberCourse Description
SEED 5312The 21st Century Student
SEED 5314Curriculum and Instructional Design for All Learners
SEED 5343Pedagogical Content Knowledge and the Professional Educator
SEED 5318Motivating and Managing the Active Learning Environment
SEED 5316Assessment for Diverse and Contemporary Classrooms
SEED 5345Education in a Global Society
SEED 5395Comprehensive Synthesis Seminar
6 hoursElectives

MA in Teaching Program Handbook

Program Administrative Support:

Phone: 936.468.2904


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Janice A. Pattillo Early Childhood Research Center
Room 209

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13017, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962