Graduate School of Education - George Mason University
Graduate School of Education - George Mason University

Our Graduate School of Education is the alma mater for one third of teachers and administrators in Northern Virginia’s world-class school systems. Each year, more than 3,000 graduate students enroll in our innovative academic programs, which include advanced study for teachers and school leaders, instructional design and technology, and a renowned PhD in Education program that is among the largest in the country.

School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism - George Mason University

The School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism (SRHT) offers exciting, career-ready majors in dynamic fields such as athletic training, tourism and events management, health and physical education, kinesiology, sport management, and recreation management. SRHT features renowned faculty, cutting-edge research, six laboratories and centers, and a diverse student body of more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students each year. Each major requires one or more internship or clinical experiences, ensuring that students graduate not just with a transcript but with a resume that demonstrates their professional aptitude and skills.

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National Board Certification

National Board Certification is the most respected professional certification available in education and provides numerous benefits to teachers, students and schools. It was designed to develop, retain and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide.

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In cooperation with the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, the Division of Advanced Professional Teacher Development is offering coursework for social studies teachers to enhance their understanding of American history. Courses are funded by the Center, and tuition for the courses can be made utilizing the link below. Tuition is $800 for in-state students and $875 for out of state students.

The following History 615 courses are scheduled for the Fall semester of 2017:

  • Problems in American History—Teaching With Primary Sources June 19-December 4, Online, 3 credits
  • Problems in American History—Virginia Studies: Thinking Historically About Virginia September 13-December 04, Online, 3 credits

To register for one of these opportunities, please contact:
Center for History and New Media
Nathan Sleeter, Project Associate
Teaching American History
To process a secure online credit card transaction to pay for tuition and fees associated with this project, please use the following link: