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Millsaps College offers the following pathways for those interested in education, education-allied fields, or youth-focused professions.
- Pursue a teaching license in secondary education (grades 7-12) through our partnership with William Carey University. Earn credit that can then be applied to a master’s degree in teaching from William Carey.
- Pursue a teaching license in elementary education (grades 4-6) through our partnership with William Carey University. Earn credit that can then be applied to a master’s degree in teaching from William Carey, where you can extend your teaching licensure to include grades K-3.
- Minor in Education Studies. This is a great choice for those interested in education-allied or youth-focused professions such as school counseling/psychology, speech pathology, library science, education policy work, youth ministry, etc.
- Prepare to pursue a Master’s in Urban Education through our partnership with Rhodes College.
Millsaps-William Carey Partnership Program: Earn teacher licensure upon graduation in Grades 4-6 or 7-12
This program allows you to earn a Class A teaching license in secondary education (grades 7-12) or upper elementary education (grades 4-6). Students in this program earn the first 18 credit hours toward a Master’s in Teaching from William Carey University. Students who complete a master’s program are eligible for a Class AA teaching license, which qualifies teachers for a higher rate of pay in most school districts.
The Rhodes College Masters in Urban Education
This program offers licensure in elementary and secondary education and is a great option for those who cannot clear their senior year or who want to teach grades K-3. A substantial scholarship is offered to all admitted students. Millsaps students with a 3.0 GPA receive automatic admission to this program. Dr. DeZutter is available to help you with the application process.
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