New Program Offers Howard Students and Alumni an Opportunity to Obtain a Masters in Education
The Alabama State Department of Education and Samford Board of Trustee members recently approved a Fifth-Year Non Traditional Secondary Graduate Program (FYNT) that is a new partnership program between the Howard College of Arts and Sciences and the Orlean Bullard Beeson School of Education and Professional Studies. The FYNT Program is designed for graduates of an accredited university who already have a BA or BS degree with a certifiable major in a core teaching field and desire to earn a Class A teaching certificate to teach at the secondary level of education (grades 6-12). Samford will offer degree options in Biology, English Language Arts, General Science, History, Math, Social Science and Spanish. The first cohort is scheduled to begin next summer, and applications for admission are available now.
The Fifth-Year Non Traditional Secondary Graduate Program (FYNT) accommodates those working part or full-time, including those currently teaching with provisional certificates. Courses are offered in late afternoon, evening, or Saturdays. For more information about FYNT, please contact Ashley Cacioppo, Recruitment Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (205) 726-2947. You may also visit the website at www.samford.edu/fynt.