To meet the minimum education requirements for a standard Arizona teacher certificate, the applicants must have proof of a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited post-secondary institution. In addition, they must complete an accredited or state-approved teacher preparation program. This program may be part of a bachelor’s degree, a separate post-baccalaureate certificate or master’s program. With the exception of the certification in Native American Language, PreK-12, certification in world languages does not exist as a separate type and falls under the more general Secondary Education, 6-12 certification type.
For additional information about certification, please, consult the Arizona Department of Education.
This is a list that the state maintains of approved credentialing programs. Use this list to search for credentialling programs that fit your needs. This list displays all credentialing programs (including those that are not specifically for world language teaching). The state may periodically change this list. Credential-seeking individuals must attend a program from this approved list to receive credentials in the state of Arizona. https://www.azed.gov/titlei/epp/