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Education

The Department of Education offers a number of graduate programs for those wanting to enter the teaching field, educational leadership or to learn principle foundations for education and training in community or business.

Teacher Education

Master of Science for Teachers (M.S.T.) – K-12 certification programs for those who have completed bachelor's degrees in fields other than teacher education; learn more about the program here.

  • Inclusive Childhood and Special Education: Grades 1 - 6
  • Adolescent Education: Grades 7 - 12
  • Inclusive Adolescent and Special Education: Grades 7 - 12


Master of Science in Education I (M.S.Ed. I) – For certified teachers seeking advanced certification in the same field; learn more about the program here.

  • Childhood Education: Grades 1 - 6
  • Dual Childhood/Special Education: Grades 1 - 6
  • Dual Adolescent/Special Education: Grades 7 - 12
  • Adolescent Education: Grades 7 - 12

Master of Science in Education II (M.S.Ed.II) – For certified teachers seeking advanced certification in a different field; learn more about the program here.

  • Childhood Education: Grades 1 - 6
  • Dual Childhood/Special Education: Grades 1 - 6
  • Adolescent Education: Grades 7 - 12
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL): Grades pre-kindergarten - grade 12
  • Teaching Literacy: Birth - grade 6
  • Teaching Literacy: Grades 5 - 12

Professional Education - Non-certification

Master of Science in Education - Non-certification professional education for training or leadership in community organizations and business. 

  • Professional Education
  • Urban Studies

Educational Leadership

Educational Leadership - Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.); Master of Science in Education 

  • School Building Leader
  • School District Leader
  • School District Business Leader
  • School District Business Leaders/MBA

Graduate Certificates





Non-Degree Option

While completing the application process, up to six credits (two courses) can be taken as a non-degree student.

After completion of the admission file, application materials will be evaluated by the Graduate Education Admission Committee. The committee will review and evaluate the application based on a combination of the following criteria:

  • Academic achievement
  • Potential to be successful in graduate study
  • Potential to meet the Le Moyne College program standards
  • Potential to meet the New York State teacher certification requirements, if applicable.

Additional admission requirements and application process can be found in the application.

Please go ahead and start taking classes to see if the program is a good fit with your professional and personal needs! Students may take up to two courses before having to complete an application and be admitted to the master's or graduate certificate program.



For Program Information

Department of Education

School of Graduate and Professional Studies

Reilly Hall Room 101

Phone: (315) 445-4376

GradEd@lemoyne.edu

Application Questions

Office of Graduate Admission
Grewen Hall Room 322
Phone: (315) 445-5444
Fax: (315) 445-6092
GradAdmission@lemoyne.edu