Advance a Career in Education with Graduate Studies
North Park University’s Graduate Education program courses are taught at the main campus in Chicago, the Forest View Educational Center in Arlington Heights, and McHenry County College in Crystal Lake.
Come to an information session or an open house to explore how North Park University's School of Education can lead you to an enhanced career. Events are offered in several locations at a variety of dates and times.
The MATC program is designed for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education who wish to earn a masters degree while completing requirements for teaching in the state of Illinois.
A cohort-based masters degree program that features evening classes to make pursuit of a graduate degree a reality for current teachers.
Earn a master's degree and prepare to be a principal in this cohort-based graduate program. Designed to be completed in 22 to 24 months, this program includes extensive clinical experience and is taught by faculty who been school principals and administrators.
The MALLC is designed for current elementary and secondary teachers who work with linguistically and culturally diverse learners. This degree will prepare you to be a leader in literacy education in multiple educational contexts
In order to teach in Illinois public schools from preschool through high school, you must have a valid teaching certificate. You can earn your certificate in North Park’s School of Education through undergraduate, graduate and non-degree programs.
Advancing a career in education is made more affordable at North Park University through a variety of financial aid tools.
Explore the admissions requirements for graduate programs in education and begin your application today.