Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 9/16/21)
Enhance your undergraduate degree with Carlow’s Master’s in Secondary Education, and you’ll be ready to inspire the next generation of students as a middle or high school teacher.
As few as 12 months
On campus or online
The curriculum pairs coursework and practical field experiences to prepare highly effective educators for the demands of 21st-century classrooms. Eight-week sessions make the program more accessible for working students. A three-semester program sequence allows placements in local high schools.
The Interdisciplinary Models course highlights technology fluency and emerging technology via Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab, where you will have access to robotic technology.
Fast track your way into this master’s program by taking graduate courses as a Carlow undergraduate student. Course credits count toward both degrees. Apply for the accelerated option after your sophomore year.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports employment of high school teachers is projected to grow 4% from 2019 to 2029. Rising student enrollment should increase demand for high school teachers in many regions, according to the BLS.
With an MEd in Secondary Education from Carlow University, you will be positioned to assume a middle school or high school teaching position in public, private, charter or parochial schools.
You can apply for free online, and must submit the following materials:
Fall & Spring
An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred; however, provisional admission is also possible if you do not meet all of the admission criteria but exhibit a strong possibility of academic success.
Upon completion of the course requirements in the program, you must successfully pass:
Once you have met these requirements, you may apply for certification with the state.
You may qualify for the Carlow Noyce Program which offers up to $18,000 to graduate students pursuing teaching certification.
Terrel Williams, BA ’17, MEd ’22, uses his Carlow education to help troubled minority youth with mental and behavioral health issues. “I always reach down to pull people up if I can. Carlow’s education department inspires me to be great to help others become great.”