The School-Based Master of Education program is designed for individuals with a baccalaureate or higher degree, who seek licensure in one of the following areas: early childhood (pre-K through grade 3), middle childhood (grades 4 through 9), adolescent/young adult (grades 7 through 12), or multi-age (physical education, pre-k through grade 12). The program is a collaborative endeavor between the Department of Education & School Psychology and its partner schools.
The master’s degree course of study is a 40-46 credit hour program at the graduate level, including the six-semester hour teaching internship. Coursework is divided between the department and the participating schools and requires attendance during one summer and the following full academic year. The coursework is taken on a full-time basis and includes a full-day internship at one of the school sites.
To learn more about the School-Based M.Ed. program, including course of study, and to apply for admission, please visit John Carroll’s Office of Graduate Studies website.