Earn the License You Need to Make a Difference in Education
CSU-Global can help you earn your teaching certification, or become a school principal without putting your life on hold.
With our online master’s degree programs in education you can earn your K-12 teaching license through our trusted-partner program, TeacherReady™: a program that combines online coursework with real-world classroom teaching experience.
Are you ready to serve at a higher level in education? Get the license you need to become a school principal through our entirely online Principal Licensure program.
Earn your K-12 teaching credentials while you earn your Master’s of Science in Teaching and Learning through our unique partnership with TeacherReady™, an NCATE accredited program from the University of West Florida. Combine online coursework with hands-on classroom teaching experience, overseen by a mentor teacher at a school near you.
Prepare for an assistant principal or principal role in elementary, middle, or high school by choosing one of the following options. Earn your Principal Licensure instead of choosing a specialization with your online Master’s Degree in Teaching and Learning. Or, If you’ve already completed a master’s degree, you can get your Principal Licensure as a 24-credit-hour, stand-alone program, instead.
Our science and math teacher licensure programs prepare you to be an effective educator in the subjects you most enjoy teaching. Earn your subject-specific licensure as part of your Master's of Science in Teaching and Learning, or as a stand-alone licensure. In either case you’ll combine online coursework with hands-on classroom teaching experience, overseen by a mentor teacher at a school near you.
See how you can get started in less than four weeks, and become the skilled and knowledgeable teacher school districts need.
K-12 educators who are interested in teaching English or Math dual enrollment courses can obtain a dual enrollment certification.
If you hold bachelor's degree you can choose to specialize in dual enrollment through the Master's of Science in Teaching and Learning program. This specialization requires six courses.
If you hold a master's degree, you can obtain the dual enrollment certification directly in an 18 credit program.
Most states require content exams as part of their teacher licensure requirements.
For example, the TeacherReady™ certification program is in Florida and the Florida Department of Education requires that students pass three exams a General Knowledge Exam in writing, reading, English, and math; Subject Area Exam, AND a Professional Educator exam before being recommended for a Florida certification.
Students enrolled in the Colorado State University-Global Campus Math or Science Teacher Licensure Programs is an approved teacher licensure program in Colorado. CSU-Global requires students to meet the Colorado Department of Education endorsement exam rules, as a requirement of admissions to these specific licensure programs.
Florida General Knowledge Exam
The competency list for each content exam can be found at http://www.fldoe.org/accountability/assessments/postsecondary-assessment/ftce/tdi/comps-and-skills.stml
Colorado Praxis Math (5161)
Colorado Praxis Science – (0435/5435)