​​Masters in Education - Elementary Education Credential

Teach a child, change a community.

Become a life-changing teacher through the Master's Credential Cohort Program in Elementary Education. Bridging educational theory and in-classroom practice, you'll develop the skills, strategies, and knowledge to flourish as an educator—and help students flourish too.

Students can choose from the following tracks: 

18-month (Spring)

1-year (Summer)

2-year (Fall)

Each includes student teaching at two different grade levels, as well as a cohort-based curriculum that fosters collaboration and community. Faculty and students in this program share a commitment to teaching with an eye toward social justice and equity in education. Through student teaching in local underserved classrooms, you'll master the art of teaching in a multicultural setting. You'll step further beyond your everyday studies during a required international experience that broadens your perspective. And you'll gain the critical thinking and reflective practice to continue growing as an educator throughout your career and graduate ready to be the teacher who makes a positive impact long after your students leave your classroom.