Business Education Career Growth Remains Steady
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of K-12 teachers is expected to grow by 17 percent between 2010 and 2020. Earn your Master of Education in Business Education degree and careers will open up and you will find that your degree will put you in a strong position to compete for teaching and related careers in your field.
Launch a Rewarding Career
The MEd in Business Education degree provides the tools and hands-on classroom experience you will need to successfully compete for business education careers. The business education degree program leads to initial teaching licensure in New Hampshire and culminates with a 16-week student-teaching practicum, so you will be ready to launch your teaching career in as little as 24 months.
Some of the skills and knowledge you will gain at SNHU as you prepare for careers in the business education field include:
- Methods of teaching secondary school
- Use of technology in education
- Curriculum development and assessment
- Work-based learning
- Financial reporting and analysis
- Business law
- Economics for business
- Developmentally appropriate teaching for K-12
- Techniques for teaching in an inclusive classroom
Resources for Business Education Jobs
As you earn your M.Ed. degree, stay up-to-date on the latest information, legislation and business education jobs by getting involved with the following professional development organizations:
The National Business Education Association (NBEA)
The nation's leading professional organization devoted exclusively to serving individuals and groups engaged in instruction, administration, research, and dissemination of information for and about business. NBEA is the leading association devoted to the recognition that business education competencies are essential for all individuals in today's fast-changing society.
The New Hampshire Business Education Association
New Hampshire’s branch of the NBEA (above).
The National Association for Business Teacher Education (NABTE)
Promotes business teacher education by providing national leadership and services to its member institutions and business teacher educators.
New Hampshire Department of Education
The NHDOE is committed to helping students, parents, and educators (including teachers, principals, superintendents, and school communities) meet the educational needs of each student.
National Education Association
The mission of the NEA is to advocate for education professionals and to unite members and the nation to fulfill the promise of public education to prepare every student to succeed in a diverse and interdependent world.
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Through the process of professional accreditation of schools, colleges, and departments of education, NCATE works to make a difference in the quality of teaching, teachers, school specialists and administrators.