How long you have to wait to get your Master’s Degree in Education?

By | October 4, 2015

The education professor said to me one way, most of the graduate school you apply for at least 5 years ago, but I do not want to wait that long. What he means is online or campus colleges and universities, education or work experience, I can continue for at least two years?

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3 thoughts on “How long you have to wait to get your Master’s Degree in Education?

  1. Suthern Yankee's S.O.

    Its a Catch 22. They want you to have the “experience” of teaching before “making the jump”, however, the fire may go out and you don’t want to do it.

    Whereas I agree with the 5 year plan, if you are however getting a masters in administration, no reason to wait. I believe “strike while the iron is hot”. Alot of things can happen in 5 years that can derail your plans.

  2. EC Expert

    Your professor makes no sense since most states require you complete a certain number of graduate credits within a stated time to maintain your certification. In NY you have 5 years. Check with the certification office in your state.

  3. jay_sp_mca

    After Completion of your graduation you just have to wait three year that is for the complete MCA course. In three year you can complete MCA course.

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