M.S. in Education
The College of Mount Saint Vincent’s Master of Science degrees in education are designed for individuals committed to serving diverse populations and expanding their skills as practitioners.
Our M.S. degree programs—Childhood Education and Special Education (Dual Certification Grades 1-6), Adolescent Education and Special Education (Dual Certification, Grades 7-12), and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)—offer values-centered curricula and real-world experience. Students learn how to create a productive learning environment for a diverse range of educational settings and students, and develop the specialized knowledge to effectively teach different student populations while having a significant impact on students’ lives.
Accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council, the Mount’s programs are ideal for those with their sights sets on becoming educational leaders. Our graduates often lead the way, both formally and informally, in helping schools better serve diverse student populations.
The Office of Professional and Graduate Studies offers an Additional Classroom Teaching Certificate in ESOL for individuals seeking additional teaching credentials.
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