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Master of Arts in Teaching Careers

What Can I Do With A Master's in Teaching Degree?

High School Teacher1

This master’s degree provides secondary teaching certification in your chosen area of emphasis — Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, English, Math, Physics or Social Studies — and pursue a high school teaching position. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects a steady 8 percent growth rate for high school teachers over the next decade. And as of 2017, the median annual wage for high school teachers was $59,170.

Middle School Teacher2

Earn your graduate degree in Teaching with one or two emphases in English, Math, Science or Social Studies to prepare for a career in middle school teaching. At 8%, the BLS projects the need for middle school teachers to hold steady up to 2026. In 2017, these education professionals averaged $57,720 per year in earnings.


This Online Master’s of Teaching program also offers specific certifications that can help you pursue any number of teaching or professional positions, including:

  • Art Teacher
  • Health Teacher
  • Integrated Music Teacher
  • PE Teacher
  • Business and Marketing Teacher
  • Special Educator – Learning & Behavior Disorders
  • Tutor
  • Corporate Trainer

$59,170  Median Annual Pay for High School Teachers1

1High School Teachers
2Middle School Teachers