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Alternative Master's Program

Secondary Education

The Alternative Master’s Secondary education Program is for those who have earned a bachelor’s degree in biology, business, English/language arts, Family and Consumer Sciences, general science, history, mathematics, social science, or Spanish and desire a master’s degree and advanced teacher certification (Class A).  This certification will allow graduates to teach at the middle and high school level (grades 6-12)

Alternative Master’s Admissions Requirements

Program Overview Sheet

Graduate Scholarships and Assistantships

Graduate Financial Aid

First Steps for Graduate Students

College of Education and Human Development Office of Graduate Studies

Dr. Jennifer Alexiou-Ray, Director | | 205-665-6380 | Wills Hall