Academic, Cultural & Community Advocacy
As collaborative educators, our degree candidates build strong public relationships across differences with students, families, colleagues, administrators, and community leaders. Our program prepares degree candidates to:
- Utilize culturally relevant pedagogy
- Skillfully collaborate with and within communities
- Understand and impact complex power systems
- Organize for meaningful change
Additionally, the program provides an opportunity to develop a supportive network of thoughtful peers, all trained to be effective within and beyond classroom walls. Whether you are currently teaching or have decided a career in education is for you, Augsburg’s Master of Arts in Teaching or Master of Arts in Education programs can provide the training you need to take the next step.
MA in Teaching – Earn an initial teaching license and a master’s degree with support for teachers in their early careers.
MA in Education – Earn a second license and a master’s degree OR a master’s degree only (without a license) and study select educational topics.
With classes in Minneapolis and Rochester, Minn., our accredited program provides flexibility for professionals to pursue career goals by offering evening and weekend courses.
Enjoy an easy commute to Augsburg, located just two miles from the U.S. Bank stadium in Minneapolis, campus parking available. The Rochester site is conveniently located near downtown Rochester, within Bethel Lutheran Church.
Small class sizes offer direct access to faculty who understand the challenges faced by adults juggling work, home, and social commitments while earning a graduate degree.
If you have been searching for a Master of Arts in Teaching or Master of Arts in Education program, you should consider Augsburg. Contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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