Master of Science for Teachers

Prepare for Your Future Career in Teaching

The Master of Science for Teachers (MST) is designed for students who have completed baccalaureate degrees, but who do not have teacher certification and now want to teach. The MST program provides  a pre-service teacher competency program at the graduate level.

To receive the Master of Science for Teachers (MST) leading to New York state teacher certification, students will complete a program that leads to one of the following certifications:
• Inclusive childhood and special education (grades 1-6)
• Adolescent education (grades 7-12)
• Inclusive adolescent and special education (grades 7-12)
 

Inclusive Childhood & Special Education (grades 1-6)

You must have a liberal arts concentration of 30 credit hours, including a minimum of six credit hours in each of the following: mathematics, science and social studies (economics, geography, history, politics, psychology, science and sociology).

Learn more about the program in the Le Moyne  course catalog


You must have a bachelors degree or a minimum of 30 credits of college-level course work in the content area in which certification is sought. The college-level course work should reflect background knowledge to support the courses taught in the secondary schools.

Learn more about the program in the Le Moynecourse catalog


You must have a bachelors degree or a minimum of 30 credits of college-level course work in the content area in which certification is sought. The college-level course work should reflect background knowledge to support the courses taught in the secondary schools.

Learn more about the program in the Le Moyne course catalog


 
Student Learning Outcomes

Our candidates:
• Demonstrate a deep understanding of, and enduring inquisitiveness about, the critical concepts and principles of knowledge claims in subject matter disciplines and the field of education.

• Engage in continuous and purposeful professional learning. They use evidence to continually evaluate their pedagogical and specialized practices and the effects of their choices/actions on others.

• Model care for the whole person through empathy, compassion, and respectful interaction for all. They work towards social transformation in the Jesuit tradition.

Stories From Le Moyne
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. U.S. Department of Education Fellowship

Le Moyne alumna Emily Senko Davis '03 spent a year as a Washington Fellow at the U.S. Department of Education. She was just one of three teachers nationwide to receive the honor.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Building Hope By Building a School

Gabriel Bol Deng is truly a teacher at heart. He also loves to learn. The Le Moyne alumnus recently provided the children in his native village in the Republic of South Sudan with an opportunity they didn't think they's have - to learn in a school of their own.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Lessons From Africa in an American School

Andrew Calswewood, a graduate of Le Moyne's Master of Science for Teachers program, recently traveled to the African nation of Namibia as part of a program called Earth Expeditions. He is using what he learned there to teach his students in Liverpool, N.Y., about ecology and conservation.


Contact the Department Chair:

Dr. Stephen Fleury


PHONE:

315-445-4376


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Contact the Department:

Department of Education
Reilly Hall, Room 101
1419 Salt Springs Road,
Syracuse, NY 13214


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