What jobs other than teaching can I apply for with a Master's in Education?
A Master's of Education doesn't just qualify you to teach in public schools. It's also a qualification for teaching in private schools, adult education nonprofits, teacher training facilities, and children's camps.
If you don't want to teach at all, a Master's in Education may qualify you for an administrative position at a public or private school. However, most of these jobs expect some teaching experience from their applicants, and some may require a Ph.D in education.
Non-teaching careers for Master's in Education graduates include social workers, curriculum writers, guidance counselors, day care providers, private tutors, camp counselors and directors, and education outreach specialists for theatres, museums, zoos, and other cultural venues.
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