Elementary Education Graduate Programs
The mission of the Saint Mary's Multiple Subject program is to prepare elementary school teachers who are competent to teach the diverse population of...
We believe expert teaching occurs at the intersection of discipline-specific knowledge and pedagogical knowledge.
The major function of this graduate program is to provide opportunities for academic preparation and professional renewal for practicing educators.
Designed to assist classroom teachers in learning to concisely organize their thinking with an eye on improving the process of instruction.
The program is designed for students who have earned a non-education undergraduate degree and wish to pursue secondary teacher or certain K-12 teacher licensure areas.
Students with an undergraduate degree in education can be conditionally admitted to the Master of Science in Teaching program.
The M.Ed. Initial Licensure program allows a student to complete degree and teacher licensure requirements in about 15 months.
9 credit, 3 course non-degree, post-baccalaureate endorsement in K-5 Science.
Focused on the theory and practice of teaching and provides professional development applicable to teaching elementary science.
With a focus on urban communities, candidates learn to incorporate the arts into all subject areas of an elementary classroom.
Areas of Studies:Mathematics for the Middle Grades;Curriculum Needs and Characteristics of the Middle School Child;Preadolescent Literature;Classroom...
The M.S.Ed. is designed to prepare school personnel for classroom teaching positions and/or certification in elementary grades.
The Master of Science in Education degree in Teaching and Learning is designed for educators who are interested in the science of pedagogy.
The School of Education and Behavioral Sciences offers programs leading to the Master of Education Degree.
The program is designed to provide a degree option for professionals that have an interest in graduate studies in the development of Pk-12 skills thro...