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If I am attending University of Phoenix - elementary edu. associate degree- how well will it transfer for my goal as a high school math teacher in pa?
I am confused- and am attending online classes at univ of phoenix for associate degree in elementary edu. - how well will this transfer toward my goal of pa high school math teacher? HELP!!!

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Asked by bkay Sunday Jul 20th 2008 in K-8 Education
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That is a good question. There are a couple of different aspects you are going to have to look into:

First, you will need a Bachelor's degree to become a teacher, and for that you will have to apply to a Baccalaureate program. This means that you will need to contact the institution in which you are looking at applying to find out what they will need form you in order to be accepted into their program.

Second, you will need to find out the accreditation criteria for, I am assuming, secondary education accreditation for teacher in Pennsylvania. And, find out if they their degree is accredited to teach in Pennsylvania.

In the end, the entire process is rested on what the state requires of teachers, and what the institution that is recognized by the state will accept. Contact the state, then contact schools that state finds credible to find out what of your Associate from University of Phoenix will transfer.

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