In coordination with the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Cabrini offers a master of education program, teacher-certification programs, and teacher certification in conjunction with the master of education.
M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning
M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment
Master of Education with Teacher Certification:
Master’s with ESL Certification
Master’s with Pre-kindergarten-through-Grade 4 Certification
Master’s with Reading Specialist Certification
Master of Education with K–12 Administrative Certification
Master’s with Secondary Education Certification Subject areas include English, Social Studies, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Communication.
Master’s with Special Education Certification
Master of Education with Thesis Option
Graduate-Intern Certification Program
Teacher Continuing Education
School Administrator Continuing Education
Completion of a graduate application and payment of the $50 non-refundable application fee.
Official College TranscriptsAn undergraduate degree (Bachelor’s) from a regularly accredited college or university, in any major, with an overall cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better (see additional note below). Official (institution-sealed envelope) transcripts for all undergraduate and graduate college history. Official transcripts may be mailed by the institution or student (college-sealed envelopes must remain sealed) or delivered. Note: Students who do not meet the 3.0 GPA requirement or who have been out of college for an extended period of time may be considered for provisional acceptance and take nine (9) graduate credits, which count toward their degree or certification. Such students may also be required to complete the pre-professional PRAXIS Series in reading, writing, and mathematics skills as a further condition for acceptance. If their Cabrini GPA for the nine graduate credits is 3.0 or better, they then request to change to fully admitted status. Information about the PRAXIS Series may be obtained from ETS at 609‑771‑7395, at www.ets.org/praxis, or from the Bureau of Teacher Certification and Preparation at 717‑772‑2864 or at www.pde.psu.edu.
One letter of recommendation from a professor or employer who is familiar with the work of the student. The letter may be mailed, emailed (email@example.com), or faxed (610-902-8522) by the student or recommender.
A one-page statement about personal and professional goals by mail, email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or fax (610-902-8522).
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