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Master of Arts in Teaching (Initial Teacher Certification):

M.A.T. programs are designed for students who have completed a baccalaureate degree with content coursework appropriate to their teaching area and grade level and who are seeking an initial teaching certificate.

Graduate Degrees are granted by UAS; the student is then provided with an institutional recommendation which the student then may submit to the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development for an endorsement.

Degree requirements vary by program.   All coursework must be completed within a 7 year period immediately preceding the date the graduate certificate is granted.

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

The M.Ed. programs extend and develop the educational skills and abilities of professionals interested in developing their teaching, instructional design skills and/or leadership abilities.  Applicants for the M.Ed. programs which lead to endorsement have a Bachelor degree and/or a current teaching certificate.  M.Ed. programs may enhance within-classroom knowledge and skills or may provide the participants with an area of expertise with which to support and lead others.

Graduate Certificates

Education Graduate certificates are non-degree post baccalaureate programs which provide candidates with eligibility endorsements to an Alaska teaching certificate.  Graduate Certificates are granted by UAS; the student is then provided with an institutional recommendation which the student then may submit to the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development for an endorsement. 

Degree requirements vary by program.   All coursework must be completed within a 7 year period immediately preceding the date the graduate certificate is granted. 

Graduate Endorsement

 Graduate Endorsement programs provide candidates opportunities to develop advanced competencies and a deeper understanding in a specific area of study.  Upon satisfactory completion of the coursework, students will be provided with an institutional recommendation which the student will submit to the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development for an endorsement.   

 


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Area of StudyPrograms: Degrees/Certificates/ Endorsements Delivery Method
Elementary EducationB.A. Elementary EducationE-Learning, Juneau,
Special EducationB.A. Special EducationE-Learning, Juneau,
Educational TechnologySOE: Endorsement and Graduate CertificatesE-Learning
Elementary EducationSOE: Endorsement and Graduate CertificatesE-Learning
SuperintendentSOE: Endorsement and Graduate CertificatesE-Learning
Educational TechnologyGraduate Certificate in Educational TechnologyE-Learning
Elementary EducationGraduate Certificate in Elementary EducationE-Learning
Mathematics EducationSOE: Mathematics Graduate CertificateE-Learning, Juneau,
Reading SpecialistSOE: Overview of Reading Graduate CertificateE-Learning
Special EducationSOE: Graduate Certificate in Special EducationE-Learning
Elementary EducationM.A.T Elementary EducationE-Learning
Secondary EducationM.A.T. Secondary E-Learning, Juneau,
Educational LeadershipM.Ed. In Educational LeadershipE-Learning
Educational TechnologyM.Ed. In Educational TechnologyE-Learning
Mathematics EducationM.Ed. In Mathematics EducationE-Learning
Reading SpecialistM.Ed. In Reading--Reading SpecialistE-Learning
Science EducationM.Ed. In Science Education K-8E-Learning
Special EducationM. Ed. In Special EducationE-Learning
Special EducationMAT: Special EducationE-Learning
 
 

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All education programs through the School of Education at University of Alaska Southeast are accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education, a performance-based teacher accrediting body for schools, colleges, and departments of education recognized by the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.


 

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