Secondary Education Transfer

You enjoy lighting the spark of knowledge in young minds, and watching them grow and develop as individuals. Teaching at this level involves managing the classroom, planning engaging lessons, assisting with extracurricular activities, and encouraging students to plan for their futures. If you're considering this pathway, supporting students as they expand their knowledge and helping them grow into responsible young adults is important to you.

SECONDARY EDUCATION DEFINED

  • the education of students in grades 9-12.
  • the teaching of courses focused on general, technical, vocational, or college-preperatory skills.

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NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

What degree do I earn?

Associate in Arts - Secondary Education Transfer

Discover Your Guided Pathway

Secondary Education Transfer - Guided Pathway

Potential Careers

  • Junior High/Middle School Teacher
  • High School Teacher
  • Education Administrator
  • Museum Education Facilitator

These are just a few examples, many other careers are connected to this field of study. Additional education or training may be required for certain career choices.

Earning Potential

High School Teacher

  • Annual Median Pay $59,170
  • Hourly Median Pay $28.44
  • Job Outlook 8% Growth

Data sourced from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and valid 2016 through 2026.

Dr. Graham Sweeney

From Mid to Superintendent

"I want to thank Mid Michigan College for providing me with an excellent education experience. While on campus, I found the faculty to be professional and very caring. The foundations that were laid at Mid allowed me to achieve great success in my life and career."

- Dr. Graham Sweeney, Superintendent at Boles ISD in Quinlan, Texas

Superintendent of the Year 2010

Dr. Sweeney went on to complete his education at Central Michigan University and Texas A&M. He then took one of Texas' poorest school districts to one of the highest rated and increased enrollment from 152 to over 530 students today. He continues as the superintendent today.

 
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