EDT Science Education students

About

Our undergraduate programs in Early Childhood Education, Middle Childhood Education, and Adolescent to Young Adult lead to teaching licenses in grades PK-3, grades 4-9, and grades 7-12, respectively. Our foreign language programs in Chinese, French, German, Latin, and Spanish enable graduates to teach at any PK-12 grade level.

Our graduate programs are geared towards aspiring teachers as well as working classroom teachers. Individuals with bachelor’s degrees can obtain a Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree with a teaching license for grades 7-12. Those with teaching licenses can pursue a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Literacy and Language or in our collaborative program in Transformative Education. We also offer graduate endorsements in Reading, Early Childhood Generalist, and Middle Childhood Generalist.

Graduates of our programs are highly sought-after to teach in schools in Ohio and across the country, and have been recognized for their distinguished innovation and leadership in curriculum, instruction, and student engagement. Our alumni’s stellar accomplishments include winning the 2011 Ohio Teacher of the Year Award, 2011 National Catholic Education’s Distinguished Teacher Award, 2010 Vermont Teacher of the Year Award, 2010 and 2008 Ohio Outstanding Student Teacher Awards, and 2008 Milken Educator Award.