Education Certification Programs Grades K-6

About the Graduate Education Certification Programs Grades K-6

 TROY’s master’s in elementary education is offered entirely online with some courses offered on campus for students who prefer a more traditional approach. This delivery model permits practicing teachers the opportunity to further their education without the need to attend on-campus courses. Additionally, this program allows students flexible course planning, meaning students are not confined to regimented course sequences and are able to take full- or part-time course loads. TROY’s master’s degree in elementary education is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). This accreditation ensures that our traditional master’s in elementary education program meets or exceeds the field’s highest academic standards.


Graduate K-6 Certification Programs

Master of Science in Education (M.S. Ed.):

The collaborative teacher education program at Troy University prepares teachers to meet the needs of students with disabilities in order for them to reach their full potential. Teachers with licensure and advanced degrees in special education are in high demand throughout Alabama, the Southeast and the United States. 

This degree requires students to complete one semester of teaching internship. This internship provides the student with necessary teaching experience through the of a cooperating teacher. Students will learn real-life teaching experience through a variety of teaching methods which incorporates the use of technology as well as the use of hands on laboratory experiences.

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Program Locations

  • Troy Campus
  • Dothan Campus

The collaborative teacher education program at Troy University prepares teachers to meet the needs of students with disabilities in order for them to reach their full potential. Teachers with licensure and advanced degrees in special education are in high demand throughout Alabama, the Southeast and the United States.

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Program Locations

  • Troy Campus
  • Dothan Campus

The unique strength of TROY's elementary education program is based on the College of Education's mission to prepare informed and innovative educators. Our dedicated and knowledgeable faculty will teach you the skills needed within this field. 

This degree requires students to complete one semester of teaching internship. This internship provides the student with necessary teaching experience through the of a cooperating teacher. Students will learn real-life teaching experience through a variety of teaching methods which incorporates the use of technology as well as the use of hands on laboratory experiences.

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Program Locations

  • Troy Campus
  • Dothan Campus
  • Phenix City Campus

 TROY's master's in elementary education is offered entirely online with some courses offered on campus for students who prefer a more traditional approach. With a Master of Science in Elementary Education from Troy University, you can build on your previous bachelor's degree and teaching experiences to sharpen your skill set, earn more income and make yourself more marketable.

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Program Locations

  • Troy Campus
  • TROY Online
  • Dothan Campus
  • Montgomery Campus
  • Phenix City Campus


Education Specialist (Ed.S.):

 School systems need elementary education specialist (elementary Ed.S.) graduates to assume leadership roles in central offices and K-6 schools. That’s why TROY’s elementary education specialist program is designed to equip you with the skills needed to help schools raise their test scores by focusing on student development.
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Program Locations

  • TROY Online
  • Dothan Campus
  • Phenix City Campus

What Can You Do with a Degree in Graduate Education Certification Programs Grades K-6?

Troy University’s course and field work fully prepares the student for entrance into a graduate program in anthropology. A number of TROY graduates are currently working toward their master’s as well as doctorate degrees. Students earning degrees in anthropology at TROY can look forward to a range of employment opportunities. Private archaeology companies, museums, federal, state and local governmental agencies, historical archives and public and private historical sites are among the choices. Persons with advanced degrees may go on to teach at the university level.
Graduates of this program continue their teaching careers, often accepting teacher leadership roles

For more information, contact the College of Arts and Sciences at 800-414-5756

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