The Master of Science in Education program at Medaille College in Amherst, New York has been welcoming Canadian teacher education students into our programs for more than 25 years. Highly respected on both sides of the border, Medaille's personalized education program will give you preparation you need to become a highly skilled teacher.
If you were considering a traditional Canadian teacher's college, studying at Medaille enables you to become familiar with the U.S. educational system and obtain a graduate degree. As a Canadian teacher education student, you can take advantage of either our Master of Science in Education: Elementary program or Medaille's Master of Science in Education: Adolescent program.
Both will prepare you to qualify to apply for certification in New York State and the Province of Ontario, Canada.
Duration: The Master of Science in Education: Elementary Education is a 42-credit, 12-16-month program, depending on the schedule you choose.
The Master of Science in Education: Adolescent Education is a 30-credit, 8-12-month program, depending on the schedule you choose.
Classes are taught at Medaille College's Amherst, New York campus.
Illana Lane, PhD
Kelly Ahuna, PhD
Virginia Batchelor, PhD
Lauren Block, MA
Craig Centrie, PhD
Claudia Conway, MSEd
Elaine Correa, PhD
Jeffrey A. Faunce, PhD
Belete Mebratu, PhD
Carol O'Connor, MSEd
Donald O'Connor, MSEd
Mary Beth Scumaci, MSEd
Graduates from Medaille go on to become classroom teachers, substitute teachers and pursue additional advanced degrees.
Master of Science in Education: Elementary Education Grades 1-6 (Primary/Junior)
Master of Science in Education: Adolescent Education Grades 7-12 (Intermediate/Senior)
Master of Science in Education: Literacy
Master of Science in Education: Special Education
Bachelor of Science in Education in Buffalo, New York (traditional-age students)
Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Education in Rochester, New York
Post-Master's Certificate in Literacy
Post-Master's Certificate in Special Education