Master of Education in Teaching
Saint Ambrose University
Saint Ambrose University is offering a degree program that is completed entirely online. Inpiduals in the program are taught research and theoretical-based knowledge that is needed for becoming licensed in teaching. To better prepare students for the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards assessment, Saint Ambrose University bases their curriculum coursework about what will be needed. The Master of Education in Teaching is designed for working professionals who need to maintain employment or other commitments. This accelerated degree program can be completed in two years, granted students follow the format of eight-week courses, meeting once a week. Courses are taught online to provide Saint Ambrose students with a convenient way for working adults to earn a degree.
For students to earn their Master of Education, they must meet the grade criteria of a “B” average in the degree program. Students may offset one “C” grade with an “A” in another course. Inpiduals earning a degree in teaching will learn to understand the purpose of assessments so they will be able to properly assess their students. At the end of the degree program, inpiduals will be required to complete a capstone project, consisting of the completion of a portfolio. Key qualities teacher should obtain include being committed to helping students learn, think systematically, manage and monitor student learning, and can learn from experience.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
St. Ambrose University is a private, liberal arts institution that is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Davenport and is located in the central area of Davenport, Iowa. The mission of St. Ambrose University is “St. Ambrose University–independent, diocesan and Catholic–enables its students to develop intellectually, spiritually, ethically, socially, artistically, and physically to enrich their own lives and the lives of others”. SAU was founded in 1882 originally as a seminary and a school of commerce. The first bishop of Davenport, The Most Reverend John McMullen, established the school and the Diocese. Shortly after, Ambrose was incorporated as a literary, scientific, and religious institution. They decided that persons of any faith were allowed admittance. In 1908, the name was officially changed to St. Ambrose College to more accurately reflect the school’s mission. In 1968, SAU became co-educational and in 1977 added a master’s program in business administration. Since then, SAU established 15 more graduate programs.
St. Ambrose offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates. Several professional master's degrees in subjects like business administration and criminal justice, are offered in a fuly online format.
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