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Graduate Studies

Master of Science in Education

 
   

Neumann University's graduate program leading to the Master of Science in Education is consistent with and driven by the University's mission statement and is offered in an evening format. The program allows graduate students to become certified, add a certification, or to allow currently certified teachers to continue to acquire a wide-range of knowledge and skills which are designed to prepare them to assume the role of instructional leaders of their schools. By analyzing cutting edge pedagogical theory and applying interpretations of that theory to teaching practices, graduate students become master teachers, i.e., educators who know and show others how to orchestrate assessment, diversity, technique, and technology within the context of contemporary education. The goal of the instructional leadership degree is to instill the knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes of master teachers in professional educators. Hence, this degree program prepares educators to become classroom innovators and school role models.

   
Master of Science in Education

Programs

M.S. in Education

For the graduate student who desires to obtain a Master of Science in Education (36 credits). This degree may be used to further the candidate in a current teaching position or be used to move into a community college or the field of higher education. The student must take the five core courses and any of seven electives. (36 credits)

 

M.S. in Education with Teaching Certification

For the graduate student who is seeking to change careers and wants to become a licensed teacher in Pennsylvania. This certification will permit the graduate to teach Pre-K-4 elementary grades and Pre-K-8 special education. There is a six credit student teaching component included in the (45 credits). Student teaching is one semester.

M.S. in Education with Secondary Teaching Certification

For the graduate student who wants to teach at the secondary education level. It is important to note that Neumann University only certifies at the secondary level in English, Social Studies, Biology and General Science. Evidence of coursework mandated by the Pennsylvania Department of Education in the specific discipline is required. If there is no evidence of this coursework, the student will be expected to take the required courses in the discipline. (42 credits)

M.S. in Education - School Principal

For a certified teacher who wants to become a school principal. This track requires the completion of the degree and a six credit internship. (42 credits) The internship is 365 days at an approved school.

M.S. in Education - Principal Certification with Autism Endorsement

For a certified teacher who wants to become a school principal and desires to include an endorsement for Autism. This degree is the same as the principal certificate, except it includes four Autism classes as electives. (42 credits to include a 6 credit internship)

M.S. in Education - Social Emotional Learning

For teachers who currently hold a valid Pennsylvania teaching certification and wish to pursue a graduate degree with a focus on social-emotional learning. This program will be offered in a cohort fashion at approved off-campus locations throughout the Delaware Valley.

M.S. in Special Education with Autism Endorsement

For the certified teacher who desires to add a special education teaching certification K-12 with an Autism Endorsement. (33 credits)

 

Admission Requirements

For additional program information from the current Graduate Catalog,
please click HERE.


For more information, please call the Office of Adult and Graduate Admissions at (610) 361-5208 or (800) 9-NEUMANN, ext. 5208, or feel free to e-mail us at GradAdultAdmiss@neumann.edu

 

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