Don't simply earn required professional development credits.
Finish the journey. Make an even greater impact.
As a teacher, you work each day to help your students learn and develop. Maybe it's time to enhance your effectiveness even further, by pursuing your master's degree.
Earning a master's degree can benefit you in a number of ways:
- Credits earned toward a master's degree will also help you meet your state's on-going professional development requirements;
- A master's degree will help you advance on your school district's pay scale and can be a major factor when tenure is being decided;
- A master's degree can open new career opportunities in areas such as school administration, counseling, or supervision;
- You can use a master's degree program to obtain additional teaching certifications, specialist certifications, or program endorsements to expand your own employment marketability or the range of credentials you can offer in your current school setting;
At Holy Family University, we've been educating our educators for more than 60 years.
So why wait to get started? The next session begins on January 9, 2017. To get started, fill out the information below to schedule an appointment with one of our academic ;advisors. We're here to answer questions, streamline the process, and guide you on the road to success.