Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Whether you are looking to start your teaching career, earn an additional license, or enhance your practice, we can help you meet your goals.

Initial Licensure Programs

Secondary Transition to Teaching

Designed for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in any subject and who want to become licensed teachers in secondary schools (grades 5-12).

Secondary Transition to Teaching

Master of Arts in Teaching Special Education

Students earn their mild-intervention teaching license and then have the opportunity to complete a master’s degree with just four additional courses! Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree.

Master of Arts in Teaching Special Education (includes initial licensure in mild intervention)

Additional Licensure Programs

Our Intense Intervention licensure program is designed for individuals who currently possess a mild-intervention license. Contact the graduate advisor for information about when classes will be offered.

Graduate Licensure in Intense Intervention

Non-Licensure Programs

For teachers who want to build upon their current skills, this program emphasizes new and emerging pedagogical practices designed to meet the needs of Generation Z and beyond.

Master of Science in Education, Unified Track Elementary and Secondary

Questions? For more information about our graduate programs, please contact the Education Advising Office at or call 574-520-4845.

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