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Le Moyne's Department of Education offers registered programs leading to New York state teacher certification and education leadership certification. You can continue with professional certification in an initial certification field or earn an additional certification with advanced study. An initial appointment with a Department of Education faculty advisor will guide course selection based on New York state certification requirements.
A Master of Science in general professional education is also available for those interested in positions in health care or with nonprofit organizations and community education programs that do not requirement teacher certification.
Master of Science for Teachers (M.S.T.)
For those who have completed a bachelor's degree in a field other than teaching who are seeking teacher certification; learn more about the program here.
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.
Master of Science in Professional Education (M.S.Ed.)
A program for those who would like to work in a higher education or leadership and training environment. This is not a teacher certification program.
A Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.) and Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.) are offered.
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 (six credits) before having to complete an application for admission to the master's program.
After completion of the application, admission will be determined by the Graduate Education Admission Committee. The committee will review and evaluate the application based on a combination of the following criteria:
Department of Education
Purcell School of Professional Studies
Reilly Hall Room 101
Phone: (315) 445-4376
Office of Graduate Admission
Grewen Hall Room 322
Phone: (315) 445-5444
Fax: (315) 445-6092
Explore the the exciting possibilities of a graduate education degree from Le Moyne College
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