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I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology but it isn't working out as well as I had hoped. There's no real money in it and not a lot of jobs where I can get experience. I know we live in a bad economy but even in a good one, it would pretty much be the same. I was thinking about teaching. I do love teaching people. Right now I'm in school for a substitute teaching certification so that I can get a feel of different grade levels to see ones I would like. I was then thinking of going back to school to become a teacher but I would like to be a college professor so I want to get the Ed.D. But I need to get a Master's before I can. What I need to know is do I have to get a Bachelor's in Education before I can apply for a Master's in Education or since I have a Bachelor's in Psychology, could I apply for a Master's in Education?
No, you don't need an undergrad degree in Education to go for the Masters. I don't know where you are located but here in Texas, Kailua Arlington offers a wonderful M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction which is entirely online. They have students enrolled in the program from all over the world. I entered the program with a totally unrelated undergrad degree, so I know it can be done. The program is great. You learn so much and the instructors are extremely supportive mentors. You can check it out here: Good luck!
You could theoretically get your graduate degree in anything; most graduate programs do not require that you have a degree in the same discipline. However: - some recommend it. For example most Master's of Psychology programs highly recommend that you have a BA or BS in Psychology. My Master's in Sociology program recommended a BA in Soc, but it wasn't required. - some will require more if you don't have it. Psychology and natural science programs are famous for this. If you don't have a BA or BS in the field, you have to have at least an understanding of the field, as evidenced by taking some undergrad courses. This might require some classes at a community college or 4 year institution before you are granted admission (some colleges will give provisional admission provided you finish the prereq courses before a certain time period. Johns Hopkins School of Nursing does this, for example) - some will give you advanced standing for it. Master's of Social Work (MSW) programs commonly provide people with BSW's advanced standing, meaning they have to take less classes than someone with absolutely no social work background.. - some will require a lot of coursework. Some graduate level Master's language programs will require you to practically take "pre-req" courses that equal a degree, so it almost behooves you to go back and get a second bachelor's in the language. Overall, most programs aren't too terribly persnickety about the undergrad and the grad major matching up; it will give you an edge possibly, but that's more dependent on how well you did undergrad, truthfully. Good luck. SD
Yup. You only have to make sure you have the prerequisite courses before you start taking the Master's courses.