Interested in becoming a high school teacher? Looking for a program that sets you on a path for teacher certification and a master’s degree? Our new combined Teacher Certification Program [TCP] and Master of Education in Urban Teaching [M.Ed.] is for you.
This one-of-a-kind program is offered by the Providence College Schools of Continuing Education and Professional Studies. It provides an alternative path to secondary school certification and focuses on training teachers to succeed in diverse, urban classrooms. In other words, it’s real preparation for real classrooms — those with the most need. Read more
Our curriculum addresses the biggest challenges in today’s urban high school classroom. You’ll learn about classroom management, cultural competency, project-based learning, and ESL methods, among other best practices. We prepare teachers to engage students and help them set and achieve their academic goals.
Total Credits = 42
NOTE: students are eligible for certification upon successful completion of student teaching and all other certification requirements (such as passing certification exams)
Students may also commence their studies in spring or summer and may move faster or slower through the course sequence.
EDU 791, 792
EDU 813, 815
EDU 661, 662
EDU 622, 808
EDU 455 (not for graduate credit)