Western’s Master in Teaching degree is an affordable, night program for secondary teachers that allows students to continue working during the day throughout most of the program. Students generally take two or three classes during an academic quarter, thus requiring classroom attendance two or three nights per week between the hours of 5:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
The program’s cohort environment and small class sizes, approximately 15 students per cohort admitted, create a collaborative learning environment. The student's professional preparation consists of 68 quarter credit hours that are completed over 6 quarters of full-time academic study and 2 quarters to 14 weeks of full-time student teaching in local public secondary education classrooms.
After 7 quarters, including student teaching, students graduate with a Residency Teaching Certificate and a Master in Teaching degree from a university recognized nationally for excellence.
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