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Graduate Teacher Education Programs
• Are you interested in teaching and didn't major in education as an undergraduate?
• Currently teaching but looking to expand your teaching proficiency to further your career?
• Are you interested in becoming a leader in your school or in your district?
Le Moyne offers a variety of graduate teacher education programs to help you achieve your professional goals. You can continue with professional certification in an initial certification field or earn an extended certification. A Master of Science in general education is also available for those interested in positions in health care, or with nonprofit organizations and community education programs that do not require teacher certification. The Educational Leadership program prepares you for leadership roles within a school building or within a school district.
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Stephen Fleury
Department of Education Reilly Hall, Room 101 1419 Salt Springs Road,Syracuse, NY 13214
AAQEP (Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation)
The Education department is accredited by the Association for Advancing Quality in Education Preparation.
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