M.S. in Social Studies Education Preparation (Grades 7-12)
This program is right for you, if...
You have a Bachelor’s degree and a social science and history background;
You wish to work toward New York State initial certification in social studies education grades 7-12 while earning your Master’s degree in cutting-edge education courses taught by faculty specialists;
You believe that it’s important to promote active learning and academic achievement of all students in inclusive environments;
You want to serve as a leader and advocate for students in schools, communities and your profession;
You want a program that provides multiple field placements (4) which allow you to integrate what you learn with experiences in a variety of urban and suburban school settings with teachers and youth with diverse backgrounds and abilities;
You want to share professional development in common core courses with a cohort of students in social studies education and other secondary degree programs;
You want a 35-credit hour program that can be completed during a 12-month full-time period, beginning in May.
Or, you want the opportunity to begin part-time (if available at times classes are offered), culminating in a 9-credit spring semester followed by a 9-credit fall semester.
For those students who already have initial certification to teach grades 7-12 Social Studies, the School of Education offers a program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Teaching and Curriculum. Students may have a concentration in social studies education through this program, which is designed to support professional development for teachers and to enhance understanding of the theories and practices associated with teaching.
We welcome you to visit campus, sit in on classes and speak with our students and faculty.
Jeffery Mangram, Program Coordinator
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