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Graduate Studies Catalog 2011-2012 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Secondary Education, M.S.


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The Secondary Education program offers courses and fieldwork for students seeking a Pennsylvania instructional I certificate, grades 7-12, in specific academic areas. The program requires that students hold a valid instructional certificate at a level different from grades 7-12. (International students may be permitted to complete this program without certification if they have satisfied the teaching standards in their respective countries.)  Students in the program will pursue a Master of Science degree. The Master of Science degree requires 36 credits in course work.

International students may be permitted to complete this program however upon graduation, they will not be eligible for certification in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania due to state regulations.  International students accepted into this program will be accepted on probation.  They must take nine (9) graduate credit hours and achieve a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and the conclusion of these nine hours.  International students in this program must take and pass Praxis I and Praxis II

Below is the program of study for the Secondary Education Program. All students who are pursuing a Master’s degree must complete the research and foundation course requirements and pass a comprehensive examination.

Research Course Requirement (3 credits)


Additional Certifications and Self-Improvement


Students who already possess secondary teaching certification may pursue additional secondary certifications. Courses required for the additional certifications will depend on the areas(s) in which certification is sought and on previous work. The student should consult the Director of Graduate Education Programs regarding specific requirements.

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