Saint Rose prepares extraordinary teachers, here’s how.
The Saint Rose Master of Science in Adolescence Education and Advanced Certificate in Adolescence Education are designed for individuals who want to merge their passion for biology, English, mathematics, or social studies with teaching adolescents.
Small classes, caring and dedicated professors, and rigorous preparation for classroom teaching are hallmarks of the Adolescence Education program at The College of Saint Rose.
Students complete classroom and field experiences that will lead to initial and professional certification for 7th-12th grade in their content area in New York State. An optional extension will allow students to teach their content area in 5th and 6th grades.
Master of Science in Adolescence Education
The 42 credits master’s degree program is for applicants who have a bachelor’s degree in the content area and are seeking a master’s degree in education.
Certificate in Adolescence Education
The 31 credits Advanced Certificate program is for applicants who already have a master’s degree and are looking for the education classes to become a certified teacher.
How the Online Master’s Program Works
The Saint Rose curriculum development master’s degree is an online-only program, with both asynchronous and synchronous learning options. As with other online graduate programs, all coursework is completed online, but that doesn’t mean students must sacrifice personalized attention and mentoring. With a range of online course offerings, instructors at Saint Rose have various options for supporting online learners both technologically and personally.
- LivestreamCourses that livestream allow students to complete coursework alongside classmates via Zoom at a scheduled time in the evening.
- On-DemandOn-demand course delivery allows students to log on at times that are convenient for them to view lectures and complete coursework.