The master’s degree in Social Studies Education prepares civic-minded graduates who educate and enlighten society’s youngest citizens and expand the classroom to every corner of the world.
FULL tuition scholarships + living expenses for diverse future teachers in this and other select master’s programs through the Baldanza Fellows Program.
This program addresses five critical areas for 21st century classrooms: social studies content knowledge, inclusive and culturally relevant pedagogy, critical reflection and explanations of practice, assessment of student learning, and professional conduct. This program meets the academic requirements for initial and professional New York State teacher certification in Social Studies (Grades 7-12).
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Social Studies education graduates program have a strong foundation of social studies knowledge and instructional best practices. School of Education graduates make a difference in K-12 schools and other settings, including as:
Interested students with existing initial certification in Social Studies (Grades 7-12) should consider the M.S. program in Teaching and Curriculum.