Focus on Best Practices in Business and Teaching
The 39-credit Master in Education in Business Education degree curriculum combines core teaching and assessment classes with specialized business education courses to give you a firm grasp on how to help students learn, grow and develop. Business education courses are taught by teachers who have years of experience in the classroom and understand the practical challenges teachers face today.
Candidates for New Hampshire teacher certification in business education may be accepted into and begin the program of study right away, provided they meet undergraduate degree, GPA and essay requirements for initial admission.
Students must pass the Praxis I before applying to the student-teaching portion of the business education program. Prior to student-teaching placement, candidates must also pass the Praxis II test in their chosen subject area.
Depending on undergraduate background, business education degree students may have to complete additional undergraduate course work to meet New Hampshire teacher certification standards. Prospective students will work with an admission advisor to determine any additional course work prior to acceptance.
Business Education Courses
EDU 521 Exploring Principles of Education
EDU 533 Learning Through Technology
SPED 501 Students with Exceptionalities
EDU 511 Methods of Teaching Secondary School
EDU 552 Curriculum Instruction and Assessment
EDU 642 Integration Specialist Toolbox
EDU 650 Work based Learning
EDU 685 Global Educational Technology
MBA 502 Economics for Business
MBA 503 Financial Reporting and Analysis
MBA 610 Business Law
EDU 571 Student Teaching (6 credits)
Education programs are accredited by:
- Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs
- New England Association of Schools and Colleges
- New Hampshire Postsecondary Education Commission
- New Hampshire State Department of Education for Teacher Certification