Becoming a Teacher

"I want to become a teacher...where do I start?"

There are multiple routes to becoming a teacher.  Let's start at the beginning:

     High School Teaching as a Profession Career Pathway: Georgia High School Students completing the 3 course sequence and field experience in the Teaching as a Profession Career Pathway are elgible for 3 hours KSU credit to replace EDUC 2110. Contact Ms. Mary Lynn Orr (770-423-6105 or morr10@kennesaw.edu) to be sure you request this credit.

     Future Educators On-Campus Retreats: Kennesaw State sponsors Future Educators On-Campus Retreats each fall. High school students participating in the Teaching as a Profession Career Pathway or Future Educator organizations are exposed to outstanding teachers at all levels, current teacher education students, and professionals discussing options and opportunities.

     Kennesaw State University Teacher Education Programs: Kennesaw State offers a variety of teacher education programs at all grade levels and in most content areas. Attend a KSU Teacher Education Information Session or check out the programs on our website.

     Georgia Two-year colleges partnering with KSU - Georgia Highlands, Georgia Perimeter & Atlanta Metropolitan Colleges

     Technical colleges partnering with KSU - Gwinnett Tech and Chattahoochee Tech

     Career Changers - Alternative Pathways

        KSU 2nd Bacc - second degree in one of KSU's 15 education majors

        KSU Master of Arts in Teaching - Initial Cert Programs for the non-certified (www.kennesaw.edu/education/grad)

        ♦ GA TAPP - Georgia Teacher Academy for Preparation and Pedagogy (www.gapsc.com)

      

Those who can...teach!