Master's in Teaching Initial Licensure

Initial Licensure Check Sheet

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Obtaining licensure through Education Graduate Programs from The University of Tennessee at Martin has opened career doors for thousands of graduates.  Our award-winning faculty has facilitated these programs to meet or exceed state guidelines and to fit your needs.  Your Master’s of Science degree, granted from the University of Tennessee, will give you a solid foundation on your journey in becoming a professional in the field of education.

 

If you have obtained a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and are seeking initial licensure at the master’s level to teach, we offer two programs designed to fit your needs:  Initial Licensure (5020) and Initial Licensure K-12 (5016).

 

Initial Licensure (5020)
The Initial Licensure program offers emphasis in either:

    • Elementary (K-6)
    • Secondary (7-12) with endorsements in English, Math, Science, History, etc.

Our four-level, 42 hour program consists of:

    • Foundations (12 hours)
    • Application (9 hours)
    • Concentration (15 hours)
    • Student Teaching (6 hours)

Courses are both online and held on the UT Martin campus.  See the program check sheet for more information about particular courses. 

 

Initial Licensure K-12 (5016) Special Education ONLY
This comprehensive program focuses on Special Education, with licensure to teach at all grade levels

Our four-level, 42 hour program consists of:

    • Foundations (12 hours)
    • Application (9 hours)
    • Concentration (15 hours)
    • Student Teaching (6 hours)

Courses are both online and held on the UT Martin campus.  See the program check sheet for more information about particular courses. 

 

For further information, please contact the Education Graduate Programs Office at teach@utm.edu, or use our online request form.

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