Master the art of teaching others.
Graduate Programs in Education at Utica College
With an award-winning curriculum that offers study options in a variety of distinctly high-demand areas of teaching, UC's graduate programs in education provide comprehensive preparation for a broad range of career-track opportunities. Program options include:
- Childhood education (M.S.)
- Childhood and special education (M.S.)
- Adolescence education (M.S.)
- Adolescence education apprenticeship program | goals and requirements (M.S.)
- Adolescence education, grades 7-12, dual degree program with BA in history (M.S.)
- Special education teacher certification program (M.S.)
- Adolescence education and students with disabilities, grades 7 -12, generalist (M.S.)
- Students with disabilities - generalist 7-12 (M.S.)
- Leadership and instruction for inclusive classrooms (M.S.Ed.)
- Health and Physical Education (M.S.)
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4+1 Undergraduate to Graduate Education
Utica College students who have applied for their undergraduate degree and are continuing on to an M.S. in Education program must complete and submit the 4+1 Undergraduate to Graduate Education form. The relevant undergraduate to graduate programs are:
- B.S. Wellness and Adventure Education to M.S. in Physical Education and Health Education
- B.S./B.A. Communication and Media/Childhood Education to M.S. in Childhood Education
- B.S. Communication and Media/Childhood and Special Education to M.S. in Childhood and Special Education
- B.A. in History/Adolescence Education to M.S. in Adolescence Education