Education - Graduate


MayMester Summer Fall: 2015 Registrations starts April 7 for accepted students and April 13 for non-degree students

Le Moyne is widely recognized as having one of the best education programs in the Northeast. Its graduates are sought by school districts locally and around the country. In addition to its quality, it’s also an outstanding value, making it one of the soundest investments you can make in your career.

Take a pair of classes at a reduced tuition rate of $1,500 per course and save. To qualify, you must register for both courses within a bundle at the same time.

MSED (Summer 2015)

The Le Moyne College Department of Education has developed and paired courses that will help you answer those big questions in the classroom – and set you up for success during the Annual Professional Performance Review.

Bundle #1
EDG 644 Developmental Issues in Adolescent Education (grades 7-12)
EDG 647 Curricular Adaptations for Students with Disabilities (grades 7-12)

Bundle #2
EDG 617 Curriculum and Instruction for Pre-K - Grade 2
EDG 638 Early Childhood Education

Bundle #3
EDG 752 Teaching Media Literacy Across the Curriculum
EDG 731  Harry Potter Across the Curriculum: Multidisciplinary Approaches

MST (Summer 2015)

Become a teacher and reach your career goals. The Master of Science for Teachers (MST) is designed for individuals who have completed baccalaureate degrees, but are not certified for teaching. Teachers are especially needed in the areas of TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), special education, math and science.

Bundle #4
EDG 500 Inquiry Into Foundations Education

EDG 695 Graduate Research Seminar

For more information, call (315) 445-4376 or email Linda Cerio at ceriols@lemoyne.edu


The graduate programs in education offer New York state teacher and administrative leadership certification. A Master of Science in Education in general professional education is also available for those interested in educating adults and children in non-certification positions in health care, nonprofit organizations and community education programs, to name a few.

Professors are experienced public and private school teachers and bring real-world case studies to the classroom to help students prepare for their pre-service teaching experiences.

Current Education StudentsHands-on practice provides students with real-world teaching experience and a foundation upon which to build a practical knowledge base, more effective teaching strategies and leadership skills. Le Moyne’s pre-service teachers are placed in rural, urban and suburban school settings and introduced to children with different educational needs. Students are paired with their cooperating teachers the semester before their student teaching allowing for relationship building. It also allows them to develop and agree upon expectations of the pre-service teaching experience. Weekly supervision and support is provided by the Department of Education to ensure an effective student teaching experience. In addition to the formal teaching setting, students have the opportunity to work in high-poverty urban and rural school settings as tutors and mentors.

Forms and ResourcesInitiatives and projects have been forged with external community groups and schools to offer students and Department of Education faculty a greater application of effective teaching skills, service and leadership. The department sponsors in-service teacher training at state, parochial and private school systems; science and math institutes to help local teachers learn new content and teaching strategies; and volunteer work aiding nonprofit organizations through training.

Teaching, scholarship and service serve as the foundation for the Department of Education’s mission. They allow the department to reach its goal of producing graduates who will make a difference in the lives of the many students they will teach.

Spring 2014 Newsletter Now Available

The Education Department is very grateful to our students, faculty, adjunct faculty, staff and administration for their role in the many successful initiatives we had this past year. We have highlighted many of these in our spring 2014 newsletter articles.  Download the newsletter (pdf)