The College of Education offers several options for graduate certification. The Master of Education program is available for teachers already certified at the baccalaureate level and seeking advanced level certification. A Master of Arts in Teaching program is also available for individuals seeking initial certification. Students may also opt to pursue a graduate certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Request More Information APPLY TODAY! View the College of Education Graduate Catalog Master of Education (Advanced Class A Licensure) Autism Spectrum Disorders (Class A Collaborative K-6 or Class A Collaborative 6-12) Differentiated Instruction in Elementary Education (Class A Elementary K-6) English Speakers of Other Languages (Class A ESOL P-12) Reading Education (Class A Reading Specialist P-12) Secondary Education (6-12) (Biology, Chemistry, English, History, Mathematics, Physics) Visual Impairments (Class A Visual Impairments P-12) Orientation and Mobility (non-licensure program) Master of Arts in Teaching-Elementary (Alternative Class A Licensure, K-6) Master of Arts in Teaching (Alternative Class A Licensure, 6-12)* Biology Chemistry English Language Arts English Speakers of Other Languages History Mathematics Physics Master of Arts in Teaching (Alternative Class A Licensure, P-12)* Music-Choral Music-Instrumental Physical Education Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis Autism Spectrum Disorders Graduate Certificate (this does not lead to an ALSDE Teaching Certificate) * Requires Bachelor's degree in teaching (content) field or related field.