Graduate Education Programs
Asbury University offers programs designed for those seeking initial certification, certified teachers seeking additional certification or rank change, and teachers who would like to pursue a position in school leadership. Below you will find major sheets for each of the programs offered. For more information about program prerequisites, admission information, and much more, please see our FAQ page.
Master of Arts
MA programs are for certified teachers seeking to further their education. Each program can also be provided as a certification-only Rank I program.
Master of Arts in Teaching
MAT programs are for students who hold a bachelor’s degree and would like to receive initial teaching certification. All of our MAT programs can be completed via Option 6 (Alternative Certification) or through the traditional route (where coursework is followed by a full semester of student teaching).
- Biological Science 8-12
- Chemistry 8-12
- English 8-12
- Mathematics 8-12
- Social Studies 8-12
- French P-12
- Latin P-12
- Spanish P-12
- Middle School 5-9
- Middle School 5-9 with LBD
- English As A Second Language
- Learning And Behavior Disorders
Certified teachers who hold a master’s degree and have accrued at least 3 years of professional teaching experience are eligible for educational Leadership programs.
An Education Specialist degree (Ed.S.) is granted upon completion of levels I and II Principal Licensure, and Instructional Supervisor, Level I Director of Pupil Personnel, and a final research project.
Certified teachers who hold a master’s degree and have accrued at least 3 years of professional teaching experience are eligible for these certifications. For more information about these certifications, contact the School of Education.
Certified administrators who hold a master’s degree and have completed level I and II certification for school principal or supervisor of instruction are eligible for this certification.