Graduate Study

Our certification students and our Educational Studies majors and minors also pursue a variety of graduate program options.

Graduate school and career options in education have included education policy and research; social justice work; education law; higher education; programs in special education, elementary education, or counseling; and teaching in private schools, foreign countries, programs such as Teach for America, museums and other institutions.

Recent examples:
  • Economics and Education (Teacher’s College of Columbia University)
  • Secondary School Counseling (Villanova University)
  • School Psychology (University of Delaware and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine)
  • Integrated Elementary and Special Education (Wheelock College)
  • Student Affairs in Higher Education (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
  • Secondary Education (West Chester University)
  • Subjects such as English and Chemistry, which they continue to teach at the K-12 or college level.
  • Others have served as Teach for America corps members (from New York City to Mississippi to South Dakota)
  • Fulbright teaching fellows in countries such as South Korea, Spain, and India
  • Organizations such as the Children’s Literacy Initiative or the Center for Public Research and Leadership at Columbia Law School.