Bachelor’s Degrees for
High School Teaching

The teaching profession is perhaps one of the best examples of pursuing a career that is a true calling. As a high school teacher, you can empower your students to fully discover their skills and talents – and to realize their potential. Many teachers would agree that they learn from their students, too.

The teaching profession is perhaps one of the best examples of pursuing a career that is a true calling. As a high school teacher, you can empower your students to fully discover their skills and talents – and to realize their potential. Many teachers would agree that they learn from their students, too.

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Are you ready for the challenge?

For those interested in combining a master’s degree with their undergraduate teacher training, ACU offers a one-year M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning designed for ACU students who will complete a bachelor’s degree in education.

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Through these high school teaching degrees, you will gain knowledge and skills related to your area of specialty, as well as exemplary professional education preparation. ACU offers bachelor degrees with high school teacher (secondary education) certification in the following subject areas:

Program Structure

Bachelor’s Degrees for High School Teaching

These are the important details you will need to keep in mind as you prepare your application and degree plan.

Required Hours

Varies by field of study

Example Coursework

Educational Psychology
Secondary Management and Methods
Educational Foundations
English as a Second Language

Application Deadlines

Early Bird: Nov. 1
Regular: Feb. 1
National Candidates: May 1

Opportunities

Jenn Rogers

Clubs and Activities

Teacher education students can participate in a number of real-world learning experiences, including:·

  • Study abroad
  • Innovative schools site visits
  • Meaningful field experiences
  • Service-learning
  • Undergraduate research

What can you do after graduation?

  • High school teacher
  • Christian education teacher
  • International school teacher
  • Educational consultant

Jenn Rogers’ (left) own experience led her to form a nonprofit, World’s Okayest Mom

Learn more about Jenn