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  • Accelerated Teacher Education Programs

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    Great communities start with great schools. Great schools start with great teachers.

    We know a lot of people like you – people driven to teach, answering the noble call of inspiring others. The FSU College of Education is filled with students compelled to educate the world and make a difference in the lives of future generations.

    Here in the FSU College of Education, you’ll find your home away from home. Our close-knit community offers a small school atmosphere rarely found at a major research university, providing you with unique and valuable experiences both in and out of the classroom.

    In our accelerated BS/MS programs, you can complete a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree at the same time, shortening the time typically required to earn both degrees. Less time = less money needed for tuition.

    For the money you will need, we’re here to help. The FSU College of Education offers over $400,000 annually in scholarship and fellowship opportunities — more than any other public College of Education in Florida.

    But shorter time to graduation isn’t the only benefit. With a master’s degree, you’ll be able to:

    • Increase your earning potential. Teachers with master’s degrees can earn as much as 44% more than those holding only bachelor’s degrees.
    • Expand your career opportunities. A master’s degree will enhance your teaching skills and provide you with more job opportunities than you would have with just a bachelor’s, such as leadership roles in school districts, state education agencies, corporate or non-profit organizations, or higher education institutions.

    With five different majors to choose from, you’re sure to find a program that fuels your passion for helping others. Click the links below to learn more about each of our accelerated teacher education programs:

    Elementary Education
    English Education
    Special Education
    Social Science Education
    Visual Disabilities Education

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