Teaching and School Administration Degree Programs

If you have a calling for teaching or school administration, a degree from GCU can arm you with the skills and experience needed to achieve it. If you want to become a teacher, look through our variety of programs and find the right fit for your needs.

School administrators make an average salary of $64,000 and a degree from GCU can help you obtain your goal.*

*Retrieved from: https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=School_Administrator/Salary

Bachelor Teaching Degrees

If you want to become a teacher, you can equip yourself for the task at hand by specializing in one of the many subjects offered that can be taught in high schools through a secondary education degree. Additionally, you may choose to teach elementary education and learn how to effectively teach at a younger age.

Master’s Degrees in Teaching and School Administration

Fine tune your teaching and school administration skills with a master’s degree. A master’s degree from GCU can help you further the education of your students through advanced teaching, curriculum and instruction techniques. Many of our degrees are offered as licensure, for those needing an initial credential, or non-licensure programs, to advance your career, so you can find the one that is right for your unique path.

Doctorate Teaching and School Administration Degrees

Reach for the pinnacle of education and pursue academic excellence with a doctorate offered online to accommodate your busy schedule. Choose from a Doctor of Business Administration, Doctor of Education, Doctor of Philosophy or an Education Specialist degree and embrace the intellectual challenges, rewards and opportunities that accompany earning a doctoral degree.

Find Your Purpose

Grand Canyon University's online and evening programs offer the flexibility you need to get ahead, providing a quality education to help you thrive in today's complex world.

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