Related Programs

At Saint Joseph's University, elementary education is approached as a passionate career vocation. Aspiring elementary school teachers not only learn how to manage a classroom and effectively teach, but also how their roles as educators make a difference in their communities. Master's programs in education include:

  • Early Childhood/Elementary Education PreK-4
  • Elementary/Middle Years (4-8) with combination of content area specializations including social studies, science, mathematics, and English/literacy
  • Secondary Education (7-12) with concentrations in:
    • Sciences: General Science, Chemistry, Biology, Physics
    • Foreign Languages (K to 12): French, Latin, German, Spanish, Italian
    • Mathematics
    • Citizenship Education
    • English
    • Art Education (K-12)
    • Computer Science *starting Fall 2020

 

Saint Joseph’s University’s English as a second language (ESL) specialist program prepares individuals who possess Level I or Level II instructional certification to teach non-native speakers of English to be proficient in speaking, reading and writing English.

The Educational Leadership and Administration (EDLA) program at Saint Joseph’s University prepares aspiring school administrators, supervisors of curriculum and supervisors of special education to become transformative leaders in PK-12 settings.