Educational Studies and Secondary Education (M.S.Ed.)

Educational Studies and Secondary Education (M.S.Ed.)

BU's Educational Studies and Secondary Education program offers students opportunities to pursue graduate studies in Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.) and Guidance Counseling and Student Affairs (M.Ed.).

 

Curriculum and Instruction

Curriculum and Instruction This is a field-based program designed to enhance the professional curricular and instructional competencies of individuals who work with children, youth and adults. Individualized curriculum enables students to pursue 12 additional semester hours of graduate study tailored to their individual needs and interests.

Guidance Counseling and Student Affairs

Guidance Counseling and Student Affairs This is a full-time, two-year program with three tracks: Elementary Education Counseling, Secondary Education Counseling, and Student Affairs Administration. Upon completion, students from all tracks will complete the coursework and a portion of the clinical hours required to take the National Counselor Exam (NCE).

 

Certificate Programs

Professional educators who hold supervisory certificates provide leadership in specific areas. Applicants for admission to a supervisory program must have a valid Pennsylvania teaching certificate and five years of satisfactory teaching experience.