There are many kinds of teachers, so Carroll offers a variety of college degrees. These undergraduate degrees will prepare you to teach in elementary, middle and high schools, or to apply teaching skills in a variety of other settings.
In Carroll’s elementary education program, you’ll study the role of education and schooling in society, learn about developmental psychology and gain the tools needed to be an effective and culturally relevant teacher, capable of teaching multiple subjects including literacy, mathematics, science and social studies.
Special Education Dual Certification
At Carroll, you can acquire the skills, knowledge and experiences to gain certification in both special education and elementary or secondary education. Picture a safe, caring and comfortable classroom in which the unique strengths of every student are fostered, where inclusivity is celebrated and negative stereotypes about dis/ability are dispelled.
As a middle and high school teacher, you’ll combine your passion for a particular subject with your role as an advocate, collaborator and leader in the classroom. You'll combine a secondary education major with one of our subject-focused majors to prepare for a career teaching English, mathematics, science or social studies in a middle school or high school.
English as a Second Language Dual Licensure
Get the skills to fill a growing need in our schools by adding an English as a Second Language license to your elementary or secondary education degree.
Become an educator in a variety of non-traditional settings, such as community centers, the workplace, non-profit agencies, recreation centers, churches and other locations.
Carrol has offerings for teaching professionals seeking to expand their skill sets or for individuals with undergraduate degrees in fields other than education looking to change careers.
Graduate Programs for Educators
Carroll University offers multiple options for teaching professionals seeking post-graduate course work in varying disciplines, including master’s degrees, certificates and licenses, and professional development classes.
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
Certificate and licensure options for licensed teachers to enhance their expertise. These can be applied to an M.Ed. degree.
Master of Science in Educational Leadership
Prepares exemplary educators to be effective administrators in PK-12 schools.
Director of Special Education and Pupil Services Licensure
This licensure program is for educators who have a Master of Science in Educational Leadership degree.
Certificates and Additional Licensure
Concentration programs in Literacy, Elementary Mathematics, Teacher Leader, Advanced Studies in Personalized Learning, adult learning and civic and community engagement earn certificates and licenses. Programs can be applied towards achieving a master of education degree. These are perfect for the individual high-level post-graduate credentials without the upfront commitment to gain a master degree through a traditional program.
Graduate Programs for People Who Want to Become a Licensed Teacher
Master of Arts in Teaching
If you already have a college degree, you can earn dual licensure to teach in elementary, middle school or high school settings.
Graduate Programs for Professionals Seeking Education and Leadership Skills
Master of Education in Adult, Community and Professional Education
This program is designed for professionals in the workplace whose jobs focus on leading and learning outside of traditional classrooms. The distinctive degree prepares individuals to design and facilitate adult learning as well as lead community and civic engagement.