Education is a highly fulfilling career choice. Teachers get the opportunity to directly improve their communities and work with young people in need of leadership and guidance. They also have the advantage of having summers off.
For teachers who want to advance their careers and reach senior or administrative positions, a graduate degree in education is essential. Most educators pursue a masters degree in education, while those who aim to be principals or superintendent often pursue a doctorate degree.
Information courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.
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Keiser University Graduate School
Grow, lead, succeed – with an online graduate degree
Keiser University Graduate School provides student-centered, quality career education that enables you to make an immediate contribution to your profession. For over 35 years, Keiser University’s commitment to excellence has led to success for our graduates. Our unique combination of a strong curriculum rich in relevant courses for today’s workforce and our students-first approach provides an outstanding academic experience. Become part of a caring, learning environment, whether online or on campus, led by experienced faculty who bring you real-world challenges and solutions.