Northern Arizona University
|Institution Name||:||Northern Arizona University|
|Campus Setting||:||City: Small|
|Student-to-faculty ratio||:||20 to 1|
|Student population||:||25,197 (20,189 undergraduate)|
Endorsements can be added to certifications to broaden your teaching options. To prepare for this Reading Endorsement, you must have a valid Arizona teaching certificate and have a minimum of three years teaching experience. You may take reading endorsement courses as part of a M.Ed. Elementary Education program or complete the required 24 credits for the endorsement only. An additional nine units of coursework will need to be completed beyond those required for the Masters program to fulfill the requirements for a Masters and the Reading Endorsement set by the Arizona Department of Education. This degree is attractive to:
• People who would like to qualify for career advancement opportunities
• Teachers who want to work as reading specialists.
Other programs of Northern Arizona University
Founded in 1899, Northern Arizona University's College of Education serves the state, nation and world through its research studies, initial teacher certification program, continuing education and a variety of services to state and local education agencies. The same expert NAU professors who teach in the classroom teach its online courses. Therefore, as an online student, you truly get the best of both worlds: a dynamic web-based learning experience grounded in the rich history and tradition of Northern Arizona University. Its online platform allows you to collaborate with classmates for group projects, correspond with your teacher, access course syllabi, explore an online library, and more. In addition, you'll also enjoy the same student support services, from academic advising to financial aid. Students applying to Northern Arizona University will have all the benefits of earning a degree from a well-established, nationally respected institution, with the convenience of an online delivery system that allows them to balance their professional and personal lives while obtaining an advanced degree.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission