Online Master of Education in Teaching - Secondary Social Studies
The Master of Education in Teaching – Concentration in Secondary Social Studies program is for post-baccalaureate students who wish to teach students about the political, geographic, economic, and social studies of the world. The program encourages the development of teachers who can assist students to work independently and collaboratively using critical thinking and problem-solving skills that are necessary to develop civic responsibility for the 21st century. Candidates complete both a master’s degree and must be prepared to receive certification through the state of West Virginia in secondary social studies.*
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
American Public University is proud to present a University Open House where staff from various departments will discuss our student-first mission and the roles they play at the University.
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