New Hampshire Teaching Certificate Programs
Below you’ll find a comprehensive listing of the Graduate Teaching Certificate programs available from schools in New Hampshire. If you’re looking for initial teacher certification programs, check out either our list of Bachelors in Education Programs or New Hampshire Alternative Certification Programs. Most of the programs down below are for people who are already teachers.
Getting an advanced teaching certificate in New Hampshire doesn’t just open up new professional doors – it can also set you up to earn more money. Most school districts in the Granite State give educators a salary bump for having fifteen additional credit hours beyond a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree, and an add-on certificate is one way to earn those credits. Most districts pay teachers with this additional training an extra $1,000 to $1,500 a year, according to data compiled by the New Hampshire Department of Education.
Having an additional endorsement area can also make you more marketable to prospective employers. New Hampshire has a number of teacher shortage areas identified by the U.S. Department of Education, including art, math, music, and special education. Teachers with qualifications in these areas are hot commodities, and – even better – may be eligible to defer or cancel some of their federal student loans.
Advanced certificate programs in New Hampshire
Granite State College – Concord, NH. Students at Granite State can become certified to teach special education, English for speakers of other languages, as well as other areas. They can also pursue advanced endorsements in a number of specialties.
NHTI – Concord’s Community College – Concord, NH. NHTI offers certificate programs in autism intervention, early childhood education, special education, and other areas. The school has approximately 5,000 students and is known for being affordable and convenient.
Rivier College – Nashua, NH. Rivier offers non-degree certification in special education. One track prepares teachers to work with students who have emotional and behavioral disorders.
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