History Teacher Education

History teacher education programs provide teaching candidates with the tools necessary for managing a classroom, through both coursework and student teaching. Read on to learn about the education and career options for history teachers.

Inside History Teacher Education

If you're interested in the past and enjoy teaching others, a history teaching career might be right for you. In this field, students learn the best techniques for teaching history to learners of various ages. The prerequisites for becoming a history teacher vary for private and public school teachers and from state to state.

Education Information

Many private schools only require history teachers to possess a bachelor's or master's degree. To teach history in a public school, educators must obtain a teaching license in addition to earning a degree. For those interested in teaching at the postsecondary level, a master's degree or Ph.D. is typically required. There are also graduate-level history certificate programs available for practicing teachers who wish to specialize in history.

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