Whether you are currently teaching or have decided a career in education is for you, the Augsburg Master of Arts in Education program can provide the training you need to take the next step.
Our accredited program includes your choice of options to obtain your initial teaching license, get a second license or endorsement, and complete a master’s degree in education. With classes meeting in Minneapolis and Rochester, MN, Augsburg’s master’s in education program provides the flexibility for professionals to work toward their career goals by offering convenient weekday, evening, and weekend courses.
Augsburg’s integrated training of educational theory and practice develops reflective practitioners who are highly skilled and ready for the classroom. After obtaining a Minnesota teaching license or endorsement, our master’s completion program focuses on several aspects of teacher leadership.
Our programs are geared toward the adult student. The Augsburg MAE program supports Augsburg’s mission with an additional emphasis on training teachers who are passionate about giving back to their communities. Our faculty and staff understand the challenges faced by students who work full time, have family responsibilities, and still want to go to school to earn their next degree.
If you have been searching for a Master of Arts in Education program, you should consider Augsburg’s MAE program. Contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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Augsburg College’s Education Department is a recipient of the Minnesota legislature’s generous Collaborative Urban Educator (CUE) funding. The CUE program’s purpose is to increase the diversity of the teacher workforce in Minnesota. Our program specifically targets East African future teachers: East African Student to Teacher (EAST). The goal of the program is to recruit, retain, and license highly qualified students who wish to become K-12 teachers. EAST covers tuition costs towards initial licensure. Award amount will vary based on degree sought and are decided on an individual basis.