Teacher Education, Multiple Levels
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Teacher education, multiple levels is a program that prepares individuals to teach students at more than one educational level, such as a combined program in elementary/secondary, early childhood/elementary, elementary/middle school, or junior high/high school teacher education.
Careers for program graduates
Teacher education, multiple levels majors work in these careers, which are sized by percentage of majors in the career (at least 1%) and colored by the predominant level of education.
Elementary and Middle School S...Secondary School TeachersEducation and childcare admini...Preschool and Kindergarten Tea...Special Education TeachersPostsecondary TeachersSpecialized Teachers and Instr...
Bachelor's Degree
Master's Degree
Current Award Levels
Hover over the bars below to see how many people across the country completed a degree in teacher education, multiple levels at each level last year.
05K10K0-1 Year Certificate1-2 Year Certificate2-4 Year CertificateAssociate's DegreeBachelor's DegreePostbaccalaureate CertMaster's DegreePost-master's CertResearch Doctorate
Race/origin of recent graduates
Here is an overview of race/origin for all teacher education, multiple levels graduates from this last academic year. We found a lower percentage of international graduates than in 63% of other programs.
Pacific Islander
American Indian
Not Reported
Context: Percentage of Minority Graduates
Minority students comprise a lower percentage of graduates than in 56% of other programs.
Of all people with any degree in teacher education, multiple levels earned in the last academic year, 79% were women.
Context: Percentage women
This is a higher percentage of women than 80% of other programs.
The Census Bureau provides salary data for people with bachelor's degrees in teacher education, multiple levels.
Context: Median Salary
People with a degree in teacher education, multiple levels have a median salary of $49,851.
Context: Benefit of a master's
About 47% of these bachelor's graduates also have a graduate degree, perhaps in a different field. Salaries improved by approximately 33% over those holding only the bachelor's degree for those with subsequent graduate degrees.
All of the following employment data applies to people holding a bachelor's degree in teacher education, multiple levels.
Context: Unemployment Rate
With an unemployment rate of 1.3%, this degree's majors who are in the workforce are more likely to be employed than the bachelor's graduates of 94% of other fields.
Context: Self Employed Workers
About 3% of workers who earned a bachelor's in teacher education, multiple levels are self-employed.
Top careers
Following are the most frequent jobs held by people who earned a bachelor's degree in Teacher Education: Multiple Levels, perhaps followed by additional education in any field. There is a fun exploration of related degrees and careers under Explore Careers below.
Completions History

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Staring Salaries and College Debt by Award
How are students who recently completed a degree in Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods doing?

Below you'll see the distribution of the starting salaries and accumulated federal and private educational loans across schools that offer a program in the field teacher education and professional development, specific levels and methods, which includes teacher education, multiple levels.

Median starting salaries
$24K$20K$34K$43K$50K$0$20K$40K$60KPost-master's CertMaster'sBachelor'sAssociate'sCertificate
Median cumulative loan amount
$14K$13K$25K$30K$25K$0$20K$40K$60K$80KPost-master's CertMaster'sBachelor'sAssociate'sCertificate
Salary and Employment for Majors
Percentage of teacher education: multiple levels bachelor's graduates who are working

Technically, about 20.5% of teacher education: multiple levels graduates are currently not working, but only 1.3% are classified as "unemployed." The remaining 19.1% are "not in the workforce," and we don't know whether people are out of the workforce for personal reasons or because they have been unable to find work for an extended period.

Percentage working by type of employer
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Self Emp. Incoporated
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Context: Unemployment rates

How does the unemployment rate for teacher education: multiple levels majors compare to the rate for other majors?

Typical salaries for teacher education: multiple levels majors
Distribution: Salaries by Employer

Following is the full distribution of salaries for teacher education: multiple levels majors, with a look at how the type of employer might affect that salary. This salary data includes people who may also have earned a graduate degree in any subject.

$46K$51K$53K$44K$49K$44K$50K$0$50K$100K$150K$200K$250KPrivate for-profitState governmentLocal governmentPrivate not-for-profitSelf Emp. IncoporatedFederal governmentOverall
Context: median salaries

How does the median (middle) salary for teacher education: multiple levels majors compare to the median salaries for other college majors?

Gender and success for teacher education: multiple levels majors

The donut shows the gender balance for all people with a bachelor's degree in teacher education: multiple levels.

Men (21%)
Women (79%)
Context: Gender representation

There are more female teacher education: multiple levels majors than most other degrees. This chart explores the percentages of men and women across majors.

Distribution: salaries by gender

Does your gender influence your salary? If salaries are balanced for men and women, the blue and pink bars should be about the same.

Context: Salary inequity

For teacher education: multiple levels graduates, men generally earn 12% more than women. This is better than many: 81% of programs have graduates with higher salary inequities.

Insights from the ages of teacher education: multiple levels bachelor's-holders
Salary by age

What entry-level pay should you expect in your first job, and is the mid-level pay significantly higher? Below we see salary distributions by age group for teacher education: multiple levels graduates.

Workers with this degree
Is a bachelor's degree all you need?

Among all teacher education, multiple levels completions reported last year, 82% were at the bachelor's level or higher, including 52% at the graduate level.

Most recent completions in teacher education, multiple levels
0-1 Year Certificate
1-2 Year Certificate
2-4 Year Certificate
Associate's Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Postbaccalaureate Cert
Master's Degree
Post-master's Cert
Professional Degree
Research Doctorate
Other Doctorate
Context: Graduate degrees in any field by undergraduate ACS degree

About 47% teacher education: multiple levels majors chose to also earn a graduate degree (but we do not know the graduate field of study). The percentage of teacher education: multiple levels majors who also earned a graduate degree is higher than about 64% of other fields.

Distribution: teacher education: multiple levels majors' salaries by education level

Explore the salary distribution of teacher education: multiple levels majors by their highest degree earned. (Graduate degrees may be earned in any field.)

Context: Percentage boost obtained with a graduate degree

How important is a graduate degree for earning a higher salary? We measured the percentage increase over the bachelor's salary that each higher degree achieved -- see how this increase compares to other majors.

33%71%51%0%20%40%60%80%Bachelor's to Master'sBachelor's to DoctorateBachelor's to Professional

We only include salary data when the survey error is less than 20%, so you may see only partial information for some categories.

This section's data applies people who earned a bachelor's degree in teacher education: multiple levels

This section is based on a wealth of information about diversity and employment by college major contained in the American Community Survey. The charts within this section only apply to people who earned a bachelor's degree in this field.

Explore Careers
Careers for teacher education: multiple levels majors

Where do teacher education: multiple levels majors work, and how well do those jobs pay? A ** before the job name tells you that the Department of Education recommends this job for people with a degree in teacher education, multiple levels.

Other majors that are hired by the top ten teacher education: multiple levels careers

Take a minute to interact with this sankey diagram. Follow the top ten jobs held by teacher education: multiple levels graduates through to their most hired majors. Learn where it may easiest to find work, and explore other majors that might lead to the job that excites you the most. For many majors, the top ten jobs don't even include half of graduates!

Elementary EducationGeneral EducationEnglish Language and Lite...PsychologySpecial Needs EducationEarly Childhood EducationArt and Music EducationHistoryLanguage and Drama Educat...Liberal ArtsMathematicsSecondary Teacher Educati...Physical and Health Educa...BiologyBusiness Management and A...General BusinessCommunicationsPolitical Science and Gov...Family and Consumer Scien...SociologyTeacher Education: Multip...ChemistryNursingPhysicsMusicCriminal Justice and Fire...AccountingElectrical EngineeringMechanical EngineeringMarketingComputer ScienceFinanceElementary and MiddleSchool School TeachersSecondary School TeachersEducation and childcareadministratorsPreschool and KindergartenTeachersSpecial Education TeachersPostsecondary TeachersSpecialized Teachers andInstructorsTeaching AssistantsSpecialized ManagersChildcare WorkersAll othersTop 10 CareersTop 10 degrees hired
What careers hire teacher education: multiple levels majors as one of their top 10?

To the left of this diagram, see all careers that hire teacher education: multiple levels majors as one of their top 10 majors, and on the right, see what proportion of openings for the jobs on the left are filled by teacher education: multiple levels majors.

Preschool and Kindergarte...All other careersTeacher Education: Multip...All other degreesDegree in top 10 employedDegree
Where can I complete this program?
Explore schools that offer teacher education, multiple levels degrees and certificates

Use this list to identify high-performing schools in convenient locations that offer this program. Select the orange scatter button to see typical starting salaries and student loans by school and award level for the broad program Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods. (Salary data is only available for large programs.)

Understanding the columns

The school list includes a few facts about each school that give you an idea of the educational quality each school might offer:

  • Student-Faculty Ratio: A small number of students per full-time instructor suggests individual attention for each student and an up-to-date curriculum.

  • Satisfaction Rate: A high percentage of returning first-year students should correlate with satisfaction (schools call this their retention rate).

  • Repayment Rate: A high repayment rate means most alumni earn enough to make progress repaying loans within 7 years of leaving.

We also show the total enrollment for the school as measured by full-time-equivalent (FTE) students enrolled annually.

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Teacher Education, Multiple Levels is part of a larger collection of programs: Education by Level or Special Needs. Is there a different program that's close to Teacher Education, Multiple Levels that might be a better match for your interests? You can use this table to see a little about the programs that fall under this umbrella. If you click on any of the table headers, that will sort the table by that column, or click on a row and see Ididio's profile for that program.