M.S. in Adolescence Education (Secondary 7-12)
Adolescents are at a critical time in their development and need caring, well-trained teachers to help advance their educational foundation.
D'Youville College's adolescence education programs prepare you with the necessary analytical and communication skills to excel in the classroom.
If you hold a bachelor's degree or are certified in an area other than adolescence education, our program can prepare you to become a middle school or high school teacher. You'll gain the knowledge and skills to make an important difference in your students' lives. Upon graduation from our program, you'll become eligible for initial teaching certification.
Programs & Majors
M.S. in Adolescence Education
- Earth Science
- Social Studies (Geography and History)
- Enjoy small classes and engaging faculty with numerous years of teaching in grades K-12
- Benefit from expert faculty who are readily available to students. Our tenured faculty hold doctoral degrees and have distinguished themselves through research, publications, conference presentations and teaching.
- Learn and work collaboratively with our diverse student body. Our graduate students range in age from 22 to over 50 years of age and come from a variety of educational backgrounds.
Note to applicants: Be sure to check out the application and admission requirements for this program.