The college of the Presbyterian Church in America in Lookout Mountain, Georgia


The Education Department at Covenant College annually graduates dozens of students with undergraduate and graduate degrees that enable them to effectively teach and lead in public, private, and Christian schools around the world.


Whether a prospective student desires to teach in an elementary school (P-5 Early Childhood), middle school (Middle Grades, 4-8), or in high school in one of a dozen academic areas through our one-year Master of Arts in Teaching program, the Education Department has a place just for you.


Use the navigation options on the left to find the program best suited for you.

"The education department at Covenant College has really helped us prepare for teaching careers, and they provide us with many opportunities to work in classrooms along the way. I was able to work with a classroom as early as my freshman year. Being able to go into an elementary school classroom and utilize what we have learned in our classes has been extremely helpful for me to not only learn what I am studying, but also learn how to use it."
 - education major Mark Paczewski '16

"My favorite class so far has definitely been T.I.P.S. (Teaching In a Pluralistic Society)...It was such a hard semester enduring the readings, projects, and papers for that class, but through homework, the lectures, and the challenging discussions, I learned so much about how to be diversity-minded while teaching. Though the class is focused on educating children, the topics that were raised really encouraged me to broaden my worldview and place aside hidden biases within myself. "
 - interdisciplinary studies major Daniel Sluis '16
Jonathan describes Covenant's master of education program and what sets it apart.