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M.S. in Teaching (Elementary)

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.

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.

Elyse V. Abernathy

Advising Services Coordinator/Program Advisor - MAT

COEL - Teaching Graduate (MAT)

evabernathy1@stritch.edu

(414) 410-4485

Kirsten Brown

Senior Admissions Counselor

Enrollment Management - Admissions Graduate

kbrown1@stritch.edu

(414) 410-4061