Upcoming Education Graduate Program Events

Learn about one of the leading teacher education programs of the greater Washington, D.C. area at an upcoming information session.

Education Graduate Programs
Administration & Supervision (M.Ed., focus on Catholic School Leadership)
Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)
Elementary Education (M.Ed.)
Secondary Education (M.Ed.)
Special Education: General Curriculum (M.Ed.)

Education Diversity Panel

Thursday, April 11, 6 p.m.

Ballston Center, Auditorium
1000 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

Having a diverse teaching workforce is vital to the future success of all students. Join the discussion with our panelists as we explore topics such as the benefits, challenges, and importance of having a diverse K-12 faculty, and hear their personal reflections on these issues. We will also discuss potential recruitment and outreach efforts needed to attract greater diversity in teacher candidates and retain all faculty in our schools. Join us afterwards for light refreshments and a chance to meet our panelists.

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Education Webinar

Thursday, April 25, at 6:30 p.m.

Online

 

This webinar will focus on Marymount University's graduate Education programs. You'll hear about curriculum, unique features of the program, and admissions guidelines from faculty, current students, and staff. Webinars typically last an hour and offer the chance for an interactive Q&A at the end.

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Contact Katie, our Education Graduate Enrollment Coordinator, for questions about graduate programs, applying, or financial aid.

The education world is always in need of good teachers, administrators, and curriculum and policy developers. Getting your M.Ed. can put you on the path to all of those positions and more.


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Administration & Supervision (M.Ed., Catholic School Leadership focus)

This program is designed to prepare students worldwide for school administration in Catholic schools, as well as public or private schools.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Flexible online program
  • Courses designed to help participants grow in their spirituality and leadership abilities
  • Approved by the VA Department of Education for licensure with an endorsement in Administration and Supervision PK-12

Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.) non-licensure

Designed for students who are not seeking teaching licensure, participants of this program may be practicing teachers, education professionals, museum professionals, government workers, or those who intend to teach in international or private schools.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Designed for students seeking professional development in STEM, Special Education, ESL, or Curriculum & Instruction
  • Small class sizes with dedicated faculty
  • Study abroad opportunities 

Elementary Education (M.Ed.)

Designed for those with a strong liberal arts undergraduate or graduate degree, this program equips students to earn state licensure to teach in the elementary setting (grades PK-6).

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Classes offered at Marymount's Main Campus in Arlington and online
  • We offer a weekend cohort format which partners with local schools
  • Courses and service learning opportunities abroad

Secondary Education (M.Ed.)

This program is targeted at individuals who already have an undergraduate degree and want to teach in any of the following content areas: biology, chemistry, earth science, physics, English, history, and social science.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Classes offered at Marymount's Main Campus in Arlington and online
  • MU offers a weekend cohort format, which partners with local schools
  • Conduct research with faculty
  • Small class sizes with dedicated faculty

Special Education: General Curriculum (M.Ed.)

The M.Ed in special education is designed for those who wish to earn licensure and teach children with special needs in a K-12 classroom setting.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • This program is available through Marymount’s Professional Development Schools (PDS) partnership with Fairfax county public schools at both our main campus and weekend cohort
  • Opportunities for service learning or to teach abroad 

Certificate Programs

The STEM, Special Education, and English as a Second Language certificates prepare and support both prospective and in-service teachers seeking to gain additional knowledge and skills in order to be better able to serve K-12 students.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Each certificate is comprised of 5 courses at 3 credits each
  • Any individual may complete one of these specific course sequences in order to earn a certificate to meet VCEA and State recertification requirements