School of Education Graduate Programs

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State of the art preparation for practicing educators and new teachers alike

The Old Westbury School of Education offers degrees that enable candidates to become teachers of Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Social Studies and Spanish.  These programs are designed to serve the demands of both current teaching professionals and those who hope to enter the teaching field.  

To ensure students across the degree programs have a strong foundation, all students studying at Old Westbury take classes related to human growth and development, literacy and special needs instruction.  The programs differ where M.A.T. students focus more attention on pedagogical philosophy and instructional methods where M.S. students delve more deeply on courses related to the specific content area.

Our Graduate Offerings

Master of Science in Literacy Education​​​​

The Master of Science in Literacy Education leads to initial certification in Literacy for all who aspire and leads to professional certification for those who hold initial or provisional teaching certification in other fields.

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Master of Science in Childhood Special Education (1-6)

The Master of Science in Childhood Special Education provides a pathway for Initial/Professional certification in Childhood Special Education and professional certification for those already holding certification in Early Education or Childhood Education.

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Master of Science in Students with Disabilities (1-6)

The Master of Science in Students with Disabilities (1-6) leads to professional teacher certification in Students with Disabilities (Grades 1-6) for both recent graduates who have completed the requirements for initial teacher certification at the undergraduate level, as well as experienced teachers who seek professional certification in Special Education or an advanced degree.

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Master of Science in Adolescence Education (7-12)

The School of Education offers two Master of Science in Adolescence Education (7-12) degree programs.  Each leads to professional certification and is for those who hold initial or provisional teaching certification in either Social Studies or Spanish.

Learn more about the M.S. in Adolescence Education (7-12): Social Studies

Learn more about the M.S. in Adolescence Education (7-12): Spanish

Master of Arts in Teaching in Adolescence Education (7-12)

Five Master of Arts in Teaching in Adolescence Education (7-12) degrees are offered by the School of Education. Each leads to initial certification for aspiring teachers and career-changers seeking to advance their careers as teachers of Biology, English, Mathematics, Social Studies or Spanish.

Learn more about the Biology M.A.T. Learn more about the English M.A.T.  Learn more about the Mathematics M.A.T. Learn more about the Social Studies M.A.T Learn more about the Spanish M.A.T.

grADUATE CERTIFICATES(7-12)

The College's Advanced Certificate Programs in Adolescence Education (7-12) are for candidates who already have a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree and who seek New York State Certification.

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Nicole Sieben

Assistant Professor of Secondary English Education
Coordinator, Graduate Programs in English Education
Adolescence Education
School of Education Graduate Programs
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