Why Study Teacher Education at Le Moyne?

Le Moyne's program in education is widely recognized as one of the best of the Northeast. With classes led by outstanding, experienced education faculty, an abundance of opportunities to gain hands-on experience in urban, rural, and suburban classrooms, and a deep commitment to the Jesuit ideal of service, Le Moyne prepares educators and school administrators who are ready to face the challenges of tomorrow's schools.

Educators and administrators who study at Le Moyne are widely recognized for their desire to serve their schools and, by extension, their communities. They put tremendous thought and care not just into what they are doing, but why and that distinction makes them among the most sought-after educators, not only locally, but nationally.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with questions. We look forward to meeting you and helping you on your journey to becoming a teacher.

Best wishes,

Dr. Stephen Fleury
Chair  - Education Department




Preparing Educators for Tomorrow's Schools

Whether you dream of leading your own classroom or leading a school district, Le Moyne's accredited teacher education programs will prepare you for a successful career in tomorrow's schools.

Choose from programs that are offered at both the graduate and undergraduate level that prepare you for New York State teacher certification in:
Inclusive Childhood & Special Education (grades 1-6)
Inclusive Adolescent & Special Education (grades 7-12)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (grades Pre-K - 12)
Adolescent/Secondary Education (grades 7-12)

Le Moyne's Educational Leadership Program offers 3 educational leadership programs:
• School Building Leadership SBL
• School District Leadership SDL
• School District Business Leadership SDBL
The Educational Leadership program also partners with the Central New York Leadership Development Program (CNY LDP).


Alumni Spotlight

Amanda D’Angelo '17

A Spanish major on the Heights, D’Angelo is the third Le Moyne student in the past five years to be admitted to the prestigious Fulbright Student Program, which offers research, study and teaching opportunities to recent college graduates, graduate students, and professionals in more than 160 countries across the globe. A native of Lagrangeville, N.Y., D’Angelo has wanted to be a teacher since she was in pre-school. Over the course of her time at Le Moyne, she worked as a student teacher at several schools in Central New York and spent a semester studying abroad and perfecting her Spanish in Madrid.

Contact the Department Chair:

Dr. Stephen Fleury




Contact the Department:

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