The master’s degree in Childhood (Elementary) Education (Grades 1-6) prepares graduates to work with diverse groups of students in elementary school settings.
FULL tuition scholarships + living expenses for diverse future teachers in this and other select master’s programs through the Baldanza Fellows Program.
This program provides students with the latest research and tools on teaching children in grades 1-6 in inclusive settings. You’ll learn how to design inclusive, culturally relevant pedagogy for all students in 21st century classrooms. Graduates meet the academic requirements for initial and professional New York State teacher certification in Childhood Education (grades 1-6).
Suggested Application Deadline: January 15 | More admissions information
Our graduates are in K-12 schools and other youth contexts including: