Master’s in Education Programs in Nevada
Home to the nation’s fifth-largest school district in Las Vegas, the Silver State faces teacher shortages in a wide array of content areas, including English as a second language, industrial arts, music, science, math, English, history, physical education, and special education. The state also has a shortage of qualified elementary teachers.
Salaries for teachers in Nevada rank near the middle of the country.
Although a master’s degree isn’t required to obtain initial teaching licensure in Nevada, one is required for a professional license. In Clark County, Nevada, teachers with a master’s degree earn around $5,000 more per year than teachers with similar levels of experience who only have a bachelor’s degree, according to the Clark County School District.
Below is a list of Masters of Education programs in Nevada. Use the links to request information from schools that you are interested in, or use the nearby state links below to find additional Masters of Education programs in states near you.
Masters in Education Programs in Nearby States
Selected Master’s degree programs in Nevada
Sierra Nevada College. Sierra Nevada College offers both Master of Arts in teaching and Master of Education degrees. The Master of Arts in teaching degree is geared toward people who want to become teachers, while the Master of Education is designed to further the education of existing teachers. Classes are offered both in person and online.
Touro University – Nevada. Touro’s school of education was established in 2005 to offer a Master of Education degree. Seven different concentrations are offered, several of which are available online.
University of Nevada – Las Vegas. UNLV offers Master of Education degrees in early childhood education, school counseling, and special education.
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