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What degree would you need to become a teacher?


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2012-03-16 19:35:38
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In order to become a teacher in most states, if not every state in the US. A person needs to have a 4-year college degree or a degree from an accredited school. In addition, an individual must pass a state teaching exam and an extensive back ground check.


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If you want to become a teacher, you need to have a bachelor's degree. You also need to have a teaching certificate.

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First of all, you will need to get a 4 year degree at a college. Once you have that done, you will need to become a student teacher in the field you choose to teach in. After completing this program you are free to become a teacher.

A college degree and a State license.

To become a math teacher you need to complete a bachelor degree program, and be licensed by their state. Private school math teachers need a Bachelors degree but do not have to be licensed..

You would need a college degree in English and courses in education to become a spelling teacher. Usually, that subject is part of literature and grammar classes. The degree would take you about 4 years to earn.

To become a teacher, you need a degree in education, a minor in the subject matter you want to teach, and teaching credentials from the state in which you will teach.

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In order to try to become an English teacher you should go to college and get your Teaching Degree. A 4 year college would be recommended.

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you need at least four years of college to become a elementary teacher and if you want to become a junior high teacher or a high school teacher you need eight years of college or a higher degree in education

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Well for one, a teaching degree. Maybe correct spelling could help, really you need to be specific what kind of teacher do you want to be?

It is rumoured that as of 2012 you will need a masters degree to become a teacher but as i am looking into that career prospect myself i am searching for a definite answer. As if this is true i don't see the point of studying that long after spending my whole life in the education system.

You need a degree in order to work in a large variety of fields. Many jobs do not hire a person without a degree. You would need a degree to be a doctor, a lawyer, a teacher, or a veterinarian.

u need to undergo an education degree to become a teacher.u also need to have a training for teacher. because u cannot simply teach students without any rules.

To become a 1st grade teacher you need to have a high school diploma and get a bacholars degree

In general to become a teacher you will need to have a four year music education degree from an accredited college or university. There may possibly be states or circumstances where this may not be required, but it is likely you would be required to go back and get such a degree before teaching more than one year.

i have found that you need a degree up to a masters degree in some areas and you also need a teaching licence. im not sure what else

It doesn't really matter beyond the fact that you need to take the courses that will get you into college, because a college degree is required to become a teacher.

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