Education Colleges and Universities
Are you a social person who loves instructing others? If so, then
getting a degree in education might be just the thing for you.
Whether you want to teach elementary school or secondary school, there is
an education school that has a program that is right for you.
A school that specializes in elementary education prepares individuals to
teach elementary school, usually kindergarten through grade 8.
People who study elementary education often choose majors such as art
education, bilingual education, math education, music education, reading,
or science education.
Much of the coursework for elementary education focuses on learning how
young people develop both physically and mentally, as well as how to
teach and manage a group of children in this age range. Generally,
elementary school teachers specialize in a particular subject, like
reading or math, though some specialize in a more general
background. There are always plenty of job openings for elementary
teachers, and the average salary is about $44,000.
Those who want to teach children of older ages may choose to attend a
school that specializes in degrees in secondary education. These
schools prepare teachers to teach in grades seven through 12, and may
include preparation to teach either a specific subject matter or a more
comprehensive curriculum. Majors include art education, bilingual
education, language education, math education, music education, remedial
and developmental reading, science education, and social studies
While a bachelor's degree in secondary education is enough to secure an
entry-level position, those looking for the best pay and job security
will often choose to get their master's degree. There are slightly
more jobs available in secondary education than there are in elementary
education, and the pay is slightly better, on average about $46,000.
To find more information about teacher education and career paths, visit
the websites of the Education Schools and Teachers Colleges listed below.
Featured Teaching Colleges
Since 1977, Keiser University has maintained a practical, hands-on approach to career-focused education to help our students achieve their personal and professional goals. Our student-centered approach remains at the foundation of the Keiser University mission and continues to attract students who prefer a more personal learning experience.
At Keiser University, you will find a warm, friendly community with faculty and staff truly committed to your success. Our small class sizes, individualized attention, and one-class-at-a-time schedules create a positive learning environment where you can excel. Whether your goal is to prepare for a new career or to advance with your current employer, Keiser University is designed around your needs.
Keiser University Advantage:
• Associate, Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degree programs
• Day, Evening, and Online Classes
• Financial Aid to Those Who Qualify
• Job Placement Assistance Available
• Military-friendly, scholarships for qualified active duty personnel, Veterans, and dependants. Yellow Ribbon program participant, approved for Veterans training
Keiser University is a private, not-for-profit university.
Keiser University's programs and curriculum remain in-line with technology and workforce trends, helping you develop the skills and qualifications necessary to succeed in today's job market. Our career-focused programs make it possible for you to graduate in less time than you may think.
Your creativity is a big part of who you are and where you're going. To take it, and your future, as far as you want, you need an education that's focused on developing your talents and putting you on the path toward the creative career that stirs your imagination. A collaborative education at The Art Institutes is all about the work, the students who create it, and the instructors who guide them.
100% Online & No Standardized Testing
We are committed to helping you achieve your goals and complete your degree as quickly as possible. One of our Admissions Counselors is ready to assist you with this process. Here is what you can expect from us:
100% online programs at associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral level.*
Transfer up to 90 credits into an undergraduate degree program.
Up to 50% of your master’s degree can be transferred in to help you get the most out of your hard work and maximize the credit you previously earned.
*excludes licensure, certification, and some doctoral programs
Benefits of Liberty
No standardized testing if you meet admission requirements.
Credit for prior training, certification, licensure, experience, and learning, and more such as:
Courses taught from a Christian worldview.
8 start dates a year, with an 8 week course format.
o 87% of all Liberty students in an online program are awarded financial aid.
o Military service members, including active duty, retired, veterans, and their spouses.
o Emergency Response Personnel
Corporate Tuition Assistance
o Deferred – If your company reimburses you for the cost of your education, you submit your grades to your employer who pays you, and then you pay for your classes.
Other convenient payment options are available
Liberty University has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as a low debt college for students as well as ranked by BestColleges.com in the top 10 out of 2,100 nonprofit colleges in the nation.
More Teaching Colleges
- Harvard Graduate School of Education
HGSE, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is marked by a diversity
of educational practices and innovative approaches to learning.
The Ed School attracts a student body of talented researchers and practitioners
with a wide range of backgrounds, united by their common desire to improve
the world of education.
- UC Berkeley - Graduate School of Education
Located in Berkeley, California, the Graduate School of Education strives
to engage in quality research and development at the forefront of educational
inquiry and innovation, and to use the knowledge gained in research to provide
leadership, training, and service opportunities for persons involved
in the field of education.
- IU Bloomington - School of Education
Welcome to the School of Education, Indiana University Bloomington. The School
strives to prepare professional educators, create and share knowledge
about education, and work with schools and their communities to help improve
- Michigan State University College of Education
The College of Education at Michigan State University, located in East Lansing,
Michigan, has a mission of leadership, scholarship, and service in education.
The College prepares professionals for leadership roles in education, seeks
to understand, reform and improve education, and examines issues of education
across the lifespan.
- Northwestern University School of Education
The School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University
is located in Evanston, Illinois. SESP became a separate School of Education
in 1926 after starting as a department in the College of Liberal Arts.
- NYU - Steinhardt School of Education
New York University's Steinhardt School of Education, located in New York City,
provides undergraduate and graduate study in education, health, nursing,
communication, and the arts professions.
- OSU College of Education and Human Ecology
The College of Education at Ohio State University, located in Columbus,
Ohio, was established in 1907 to engage in research and prepare education
- Peabody College of Vanderbilt University
Peabody College, Vanderbilt University's college of education
and human development, seeks to advance human well-being
by fostering greater learning, and is located in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Penn GSE
The University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education is located
in Philadelphia. The School's degree programs offer a range of professional
preparation options for educators.
- Stanford University School of Education
At SUSE, the Stanford University School of Education in Stanford, California
internationally distinguished scholars examine fundamental and practical
education issues in homes and the community as well as in schools.
- Teachers College at Columbia University
Founded in 1887 and located in New York City, Columbia University's
Teachers College is one of the leading education schools in the country.
- UCLA GSE&IS
The Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA is located
in Los Angeles, California and strives to understand and improve educational
practice, information policy, and information systems in a diverse society.
- University of Iowa - College of Education
The University of Iowa College of Education, located in Iowa City, seeks
to provide Iowa, the nation, and the world with thoroughly informed scholarship
and creative endeavors dedicated to the enrichment of education
as both a profession and as a broad field of inquiry.
- University of Maryland - College of Education
The College of Education, University of Maryland, located at College Park
is a highly-ranked college that offers undergraduate, masters and doctoral
- University of Michigan School of Education
University of Michigan's School of Education, located in Ann Arbor,
is committed to a mission focused on research, teaching, professional service
- University of Minnesota - College of Education
Founded in 1905 as the Department of Pedagogy, the College of Education
and Human Development is located in Minneapolis and is a highly-ranked
professional school of education.
- University of Oregon - College of Education
The College of Education at the University of Oregon is a network
of inclusive learning communities located in Eugene, Oregon.
- UW Madison - The Graduate School
The Graduate School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison strives to foster
excellence in research and graduate education. The School offers a wide
selection of supporting course work and interdisciplinary opportunities.
Other Specialized Schools
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