The Department of Teacher Education offers one graduate program, a Master of Arts (MA) in Teacher Education. The aim of the Master of Arts (MA) program in Teacher Education is to provide a rigorous program focused on inquiry that prepares candidates to improve their practice as teachers, become teacher leaders in schools, districts, and other educational settings, and prepare for doctoral studies or other advanced scholarship.
Chair: Kendra Hall-Kenyon
Graduate Coordinator: Melissa Newberry
Resources & Opportunity:
Computer laboratories on campus provide students with internet access and assistance with electronic thesis submission. Mac and Windows computers in the laboratories also provide graduate students with a variety of computer software packages. All computers have access to myBYU and Learning Suite which provide services such as e-mail and class discussion groups.
Graduate student office space is available for graduate students who are working with faculty on research, evaluation, and development projects.
Financial assistance for tuition, books, travel or other expenses is granted to graduate students in the Department of Teacher Education as university funding permits. A limited number of research assistantships may also be funded through faculty research grants.