Master’s in Teaching

Create Account

Master’s in Teaching

After completing a bachelor’s degree program, it is possible to continue your education and gain a significant advantage in your career. The master’s level of education is intended to provide advanced studies in a field and allow you to jump into successful careers. If you are interested in teaching or otherwise entering the educational field, you can pursue a Master’s in Teaching. The first step is to research several master degree programs in teaching to find one that appeals to you.

What Is a Master’s in Teaching?

The Master’s in Teaching is a Master’s of Arts that typically takes either one or two years to complete. Programs in this field have a focus on teaching students practical skills that will help them become teachers. Most of the foundational knowledge that is specific to whichever subject you hope to teach is usually gained during your undergraduate education. This process typically requires four years. In addition to traditional study, the Master’s in Teaching involves working as a fulltime student teacher in order to learn teaching practices firsthand.

It is also possible to enroll in a Master’s in Education. This kind of program is suited for those that are interested in education administration positions or as councilors. If you are interested in becoming a teacher, it is much more beneficial to enroll in a Master’s in Teaching. Programs in this field include:

  • Extensive examination
  • Required teaching internship experience
  • Secondary general classes in your chosen subject
  • Combination of hands-on and lecture style courses

Before you enroll in a Master’s in Teaching, it is important that you understand exactly what kind of teacher you wish to be. The knowledge you need to have in order to successfully teach is usually gained primarily in a bachelor degree program, so you will already know your intended specialisation by the time you are able to enroll in a master’s degree program.

What Are the Benefits of Getting a Master’s in Teaching?

The primary benefit that students gain by enrolling in this program is to their career. After completing your Master’s in Teaching, it is possible to begin working in the educational field. This is a particular area that it is nearly impossible to enter with less education. For some secondary positions, it may be possible to enter them and work your way up eventually, however. Students also benefit from an increase in the salary that they can earn.  Finally, if you intend to become a more advanced teacher, such as a university professor, earning your master’s degree allows you to enroll in more advanced educational programs to earn your doctorate.

What Kind of Career Can You Expect with a Master’s in Teaching?


The typical career path that earning a Master’s in Teaching prepares graduates for is an elementary or middle school teacher. When teaching lower grades, you will gain a general education in order to teach students the foundation of all subjects. If you are interested in teaching higher grades, you will likely need to gain a more in-depth education in a particular subject. In order to become a teacher, you will also have to complete certain licensing requirements, which are specific to your country.

University of Southampton

Southampton, United Kingdom

  • 67SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 24,272Average Tuition
  • 0Acceptance Rate

University of Southampton (Southampton) is a public institution located along the University Road in Southampton, United Kingdom. Southampton offers a wide range of master's degree programs across its five academic faculties namely: Arts and Humanities; Engineering and Physical Sciences; Environmental and Life Sciences; Medicine; and Social Sciences....

Cardiff Metropolitan University

Cardiff, United Kingdom

  • 90SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 15,777Average Tuition
  • 0Acceptance Rate

Cardiff Metropolitan University (Cardiff Met) is a UK public Institution with two central campuses located in Llandaff and Cyncoed in Wales, United Kingdom. Through its 6 academic schools, the university offers master’s programs in a wide range of disciplines....

Bath Spa University

Bath, United Kingdom

  • 124SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 16,869Average Tuition
  • 89%Acceptance Rate

Bath Spa University (Bath Spa) has campuses located in Newton Park and Sion Hill, Bath, United Kingdom. Bath Spa also has a campus located in the market town of Corsham. Bath Spa offers over a 100 master’s degree programs across its 4 academic schools, namely: Bath Business School; Bath School of Art and Design; College of Liberal Arts; and the Institute for Education....

St Mary's University London

London, United Kingdom

  • 125SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 16,566Average Tuition
  • 0Acceptance Rate

St Mary’s University London (St Mary’s) is located in Twickenham, London. St Mary's offers over 50 master’s degree programs across its 4 academic schools, namely: Arts and Humanities; Management and Social Sciences; Education, Theology and Leadership; and Sport, Health and Applied Science....

University of Puget Sound

Tacoma, United States

  • 189SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 41,000Average Tuition
  • 0Acceptance Rate

The University of Puget Sound is a private located in the North End of Tacoma, Washington, in the United States. The University offers a variety of master's degree programs....

Illinois State University

Normal, United States

  • 192SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 33,465Average Tuition
  • 74%Acceptance Rate

Illinois State University is the first publicly-funded higher education institution in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. It offers undergraduate majors and graduate degree programs in a wide variety of concentrations including applied science and technology, arts and sciences, business, education, fine arts, and nursing. Illinois State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission....

Pace University

New York, United States

  • 198SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 22,000Average Tuition
  • 85%Acceptance Rate

Pace University (Pace) is a private institution located in New York, USA. Pace has two campuses across the USA, with the main campus in New York City and another campus in Westchester. Pace offers over 60 master's degree programs through its five academic colleges namely, College of Health Professions; Dyson College of Arts and Sciences; Lubin School of Business; School of Education; and Seidenberg School of CSIS. ...

University of Stirling

Stirling, United Kingdom

  • 240SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 19,942Average Tuition
  • 0Acceptance Rate

The University of Stirling is located just two miles from the centre of the city of Stirling in Scotland. The University of Stirling offers its undergraduate students the chance to select from almost 200-degree combinations. The university has a Graduate School which serves as a hub for its postgraduate community. In addition, the university has five faculties of Arts and Humanities; Natural Sciences; Social Sciences; Health Sciences and Sport; and the Stirling Management School....

Washington State University

Pullman, United States

  • 242SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 25,000Average Tuition
  • 72%Acceptance Rate

Washington State University (WSU) is a public research institution with its main campus in Pullman, Washington, USA. WSU is comprised of several other campuses in the country and offers a wide variety of master's degree programs. ...

University of South Florida

Tampa, United States

  • 245SchoolApply Rank
  • USD 15,900Average Tuition
  • 0Acceptance Rate

The University of South Florida (USF) is a public research institution located in the city of Tampa, Florida, United States. The university has three campuses through which it delivers master’s degree courses in the fields of health professions and related programs, business, management, marketing, and related support services, biological and biomedical sciences, social sciences, psychology, architecture, liberal arts, education and visual and performing arts....

loading...