Does Georgia State University have a master’s in teaching?
Georgia State University offers many Master’s programs for teachers, educators, and administrations through their College of Education. Students with non-teaching Baccalaureate degrees who have the desire to teach can gain initial teacher certification through one of the Georgia State’s Master of Arts in Teaching programs.
What is the Georgia Teacher Certification Program?
The program is an NCATE accredited, Georgia Professional Standards Commission approved program that is recognized through reciprocity in many other states in the U.S. Graduates of this program are prepared to teach in public or private school systems.
How do I become a teacher in Georgia with a degree?
Even with a degree in education, students are not qualified to teach in a Georgia school system until acquiring certification. GaPSC-approved programs adhere to standards that prepare students for teacher certification, and students must begin fulfilling certification requirements prior to graduation.
What is a non renewable teaching certificate in Georgia?
Georgia Non-Renewable Certificate. Once issued, the Non-Renewable Certificate allows the individual to teach for three years while completing a Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC)-approved teacher preparation program.