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About the Department

Learn about our people

Faculty members are excellent academicians and practitioners, with knowledge grounded both in theory and school/industry-based experiences. Learn more >

Curriculum & Instruction

Master of Science (graduate)

With a focus ranging from PreK-12, this accelerated, fully-online graduate program was designed for the working professional and can be completed in as little as one year. Concentrations are available in Curriculum Leadership Pre-K-12, Effective Practitioner Pre-K-12, and National Board Certification Pre-K-12. Learn more >

Educational Administration Building-Level

Licensure-Only

The Educational Administration building-level licensure-only program qualifies you for Building-Level administrator licensure endorsement. If you already hold a master's degree, you can complete the program as licensure only. The admission and program requirements are the same for both the MS degree and licensure-only (non-degree) programs. Learn more >

Educational Administration Building-Level

Master of Science (graduate)

The Educational Administration building-level licensure-only program qualifies you for Building-Level administrator licensure endorsement. If you already hold a master's degree, you can complete the program as licensure only. The admission and program requirements are the same for both the MS degree and licensure-only (non-degree) programs. Learn more >

Educational Administration District-Level

Certification

Emporia State University’s District-Level Certification is an 18-hour program intended for individuals currently licensed at the building level for educational administration. Classes are available online during the summer semester only and the practicum is offered online during the fall and spring semesters. A minimum of two summer courses must be successfully completed before starting practicum. Learn more >

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Phase Program

Phases I & II

The professional component of Emporia State's secondary and middle school teacher education program has two phases.

Phase I consists of campus and field-based professional course work in education. Learn more >

Phase II consists of a full semester of student teaching which occurs during the senior year. Learn more >

Quality Assurance

Our teachers are so good, we guarantee them

We provide school districts with quality first-year elementary and secondary teachers. If a graduate of ours is deemed unsatisfactory, we provide mentoring and guidance through a plan to get the teacher performing up to the standard expected. Learn more >

Scholarships

Looking for financial assistance to achieve your educational goals?

There are many scholarship opportunities, grants, and potential loan forgiveness for teachers, including the Kansas Teacher Service Scholarship and Patterson Scholarship among others. Learn more >

Secondary Education

Bachelor of Science (undergraduate)

Enter your middle or high school classroom prepared to each in the subject you want to teach. Learn more >

Teaching

Master of Education

The Master of Education in Teaching helps teachers, library/media specialists, and school counselors develop their skills and knowledge of teaching. Offered as a graduate level program online. Learn more >

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If you are a current or prospective education major and want to see what we are up to, find us on Twitter.