Whitney Foster

5 Non-School Careers For A Master's In Education

October 16th, 2016

Everyone knows that a Master’s in Education degree opens opportunities to teach. Not everyone who earns a master’s degree in education wants to be a teacher. The skills obtained in this programs opens new doors outside of the education industry. The hard work put into a master’s of education, or any other graduate program, provides you with with skills in the writing, public speaking, and leadership that employers from many different industries will want. If you’re looking for an alternative to working in the classroom, see the following descriptions.