The Education dual degree programs allow you to meet requirements for a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in an accelerated program for a tuition and time savings.
Start earning your master's degree in one of our teacher preparation programs as an undergraduate education major. We offer six dual degree programs for students getting their Bachelor of Arts in Education.
As an undergraduate Elementary Education major, you can pursue one of three dual degree programs.
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As an undergraduate special education major, you can pursue one of two dual degree programs.
As an undergraduate Early Childhood Education major, you can pursue the following dual degree program.
If you're a student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, you may
apply for admission to an Education Dual Degree program at the end of your
The Education Dual Degree programs are designed for students who:
To be accepted into a dual degree education program, you must meet the following requirements:
"Teaching is a noble profession. Although I graduated many years ago, I did teach for a short time in the Cambridge, Mass. and New York City School Systems. I was very well prepared to teach and loved being able to make a difference in a child's life. My experiences were in low-income neighborhoods and I shared with the students that an education was their passport out of poverty."
—Beverly Kahn, Alumna, Bachelor of Science in Education
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