Master of Science Elementary Education

The Master of Science in Elementary Education is a five-year undergraduate-graduate program. Students complete education course work and field experiences at the undergraduate level at the University of Mary Washington; graduate with their class receiving their bachelor’s degree with a liberal arts or sciences major; and return for one more year during which they complete graduate education course work, an internship, and a research study.

The University offers a Master of Science in Elementary Education, a five year undergraduate-graduate program.

Students complete education course work and field experiences at the undergraduate level at the University of Mary Washington; graduate with their class receiving their bachelor’s degree with a liberal arts or sciences major; and return for one more year during which they complete graduate education course work, an internship, and a research study.

Please view the M.S. Elementary Education Catalog and program checksheets for more information concerning programs and requirements.

 

How to Apply:

All students interested in the education program on the Fredericksburg campus must attend a Group Information Session.  Here you will find out about the programs and the admission process.  View the days and times for the Group Information Sessions.

All Group Information Sessions begin at 5:00 p.m. on each date.  The sessions meet in Trinkle Hall, Room 210.

Only individuals who have been admitted and are enrolled at the University of Mary Washington can apply for admission to a Teacher Education Program.

Applications for Admission to the Teacher Education Program are listed below.