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Pamela Galus

For most people, it is a four year degree but you are allowed more time.

Answered 11 months ago

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Laura Smalling

Hello!

The amount of time it takes to get a teaching degree varies on your current level of education. If you have no college education, then it will take you approximately four years to get a bachelor's degree in teaching (could be less if you take summer classes). If you are currently in college, then it will depend on how many credits can be transferred to the teaching degree. If you already have a bachelor's degree, then I highly suggest looking into a master's program. These typically only take two years and do not require any prior teaching experience.

I hope this information is helpful! Please feel free to send me a message if you have any more questions!

Sincerely,
Laura

Answered 2 years ago

Laura Smalling
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Laura Smalling

An undergraduate education program will typically take 4 years. It may take less if you already have college credits or another degree before entering the program.

A master's of education program is typically around 2 years. I don't believe it can be much shorter as master's degrees require more specific courses.

Answered 2 years ago

Laura Smalling
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Ashley Seeger

Four to six, Depending on what teaching degree you want to pursue and what is offered at your university. Preschools often only require an associates degree (2 years), but if you are looking to pursue elementary education or higher, than it will take you longer. It generally takes a student four years to complete their bachelors degree, and then an additional year to two years depending in the graduate program offered at your school. Hope this helps!

Answered 2 years ago

Ashley Seeger
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Danielle Reff

It varies in different colleges and universities.

Answered 2 years ago

Danielle Reff
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Brandon Schembri

For elementary to high school you need a bachelor's degree (not always, in some cases, but usually) and pass individual state certifications (4-5 years). For community college, usually a master's degree at least (add'l 2 years). And for professorial work a PhD, is the standard (which is an add'l life 4-5 years). Yeah, it's an investment!

Answered 3 years ago

Brandon Schembri
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Brandon Schembri

For elementary to high school you need a bachelor's degree (not always, in some cases, but usually) and pass individual state certifications (4-5 years). For community college, usually a master's degree at least (add'l 2 years). And for professorial work a PhD, is the standard (which is an add'l life 4-5 years). Yeah, it's an investment!

Answered 3 years ago

Brandon Schembri