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  • Can you get a masters degree in education without a bachelors in education?

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    According to NPR, One in five new teachers becomes a teacher through means other than a four-year undergraduate program or a master's degree.  Alternative licensure programs can help those without a bachelor's degree in education enter the teaching field without investing too much time up front.
  • Can you teach college with a masters in education?

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    If you wish to teach beyond the high-school level, you will need at least a master's degree. Many 2-year community colleges often hire instructors with only master's degrees, as long as they have some teaching experience.
  • How do you get your masters in education?

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    To get accepted into a master's in education, you'll first need a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. You'll generally also need to choose a speciality: For a Master in Teaching (MIT), you'll decide whether you want to teach elementary or secondary school, and/or what subject you'll teach.