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M.S. in Teaching (Elementary)

adult student online hyflex

All new Hyflex option

In response to the unprecedented, unpredictable conditions we have been in since March 2020, Stritch has developed a new delivery option, Hyflex. You will participate in classes in-person or via Zoom directly from the classroom.

Students will have the option to move between courses that are offered as hybrid and online synchronous formats per semester. This is similar to the current practice in many K-12 schools. Our investment in technology and restructuring courses has made this flexible option available to our students. Contact us to see if Hyflex is right for you.

Program Overview

The Master of Science (M.S.) in Teaching degree program is an accelerated, post-baccalaureate teacher licensure program specifically designed to meet the needs of the returning adult student. It prepares you for teacher licensure and a master's degree in elementary, middle or high school education. The program combines classroom instruction with field experience in Pre K-12 schools. Upon completion of a full semester student teaching placement (just 18 months after beginning the program), you will be eligible to apply for a teaching license in your chosen area.

Program Coursework

The specific degree requirements on the website are for illustrative purposes and may change at any time. Please contact the Registrar's Office, Academic Advising or refer to the course catalog for detailed program requirements.

Graduate Core

The Graduate Core is an interdisciplinary approach to ensure a successful graduate school experience while also transitioning graduate students into the core values of Cardinal Stritch University and program/career specific outcomes.  No matter what sector of society you serve as a leader, Stritch’s graduate core will enhance your capacity as a system thinker, values driven leader and successful researcher.

Courses include:
  • GS 500 Graduate Seminar
  • GS 501 Introduction to Leadership
  • GS 503 Fundamentals of Research Methods
  • GS 502 Leading Complex Organizations

For more information please contact admissions or the program faculty.

Kirsten Brown

Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions

Enrollment Management - Admissions Graduate

(414) 410-4061