Teacher Credentialing/MA in Education

Education DepartmentAntioch University offers a progressive Teacher Credentialing program, with an option to obtain a Master of Arts in Education that features a curriculum of cutting-edge critical pedagogy, social theory, and democratic educational practices for the common good of our urban communities.

Within our Teacher Credentialing program, the specially-designed curriculum prepares teachers to meet the day-to-day challenges inside the classroom while providing the skills and knowledge in leadership to become an active force in education reform. Students say that our program is rigorous – but they also say that AULA’s emphasis on intellectual development, knowledge of good practice, diversity and character building well prepares them for their real-world teaching careers.

Students may also choose to enter the combined master’s and Teaching Credentialing program, which provides students with the tools and ideas that match a social justice perspective, along with an uncommon support system both through faculty mentorship and student cohort practices.

Learn more about the Teacher Credentialing program here.

Learn more about the specific applications requirements for this program here.