Teacher Education

Preparing the Highest Quality Teachers for the Classroom

Academic Complex

  • Two-day-a-week program for fall and spring
  • State-of-the-art education building with cutting-edge instructional technology
  • Model pre-K through 12 classrooms
  • CAEP (NCATE) accreditation since 1984
  • Cohort-based learning community
  • Small class sizes = personal contact and attention from professors
  • Recognized, accredited and award-winning programs
  • Long educational tradition and ties with Ontario and New York State
  • Substantial field experience
  • Expert and engaged faculty
  • Outstanding career placement

Elementary Education

Early Childhood and Childhood - (Birth to Grade 6 - NYS; Primary/Junior - Ontario)

For individuals who are not certified teachers, this 39-credit hour program leads to initial certification in Early Childhood and Childhood Education, Birth-Grade 6 (Primary/Junior for candidates seeking certification in Ontario). For program outline, see the Graduate Education Catalog.

*For students seeking teacher certification in other countries, including Canada, bridge courses are available as part of your program. Please see your advisor/department chair for additional information.

Secondary Education

Middle Childhood and Adolescence - (Grades 5 to 12 - NYS; Intermediate/Senior - Ontario)

For individuals who are not certified teachers, this 39-credit hour program leads to initial certification in Middle Childhood and Adolescence Education, grades 5-12 (Intermediate/Senior for candidates seeking certification in Ontario). For program outline, see the  Graduate Education Catalog.

*For students seeking teacher certification in other countries, including Canada, bridge courses are available as part of your program. Please see your advisor/department chair for additional information.

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