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Students are eligible for a Middle Childhood Education license after successfully completing the program. All licensure candidates must have specialized in two subject areas. You can chose from Language Arts, Science, Math or Social Studies.

 

Career Potential:

Students who complete licensure in MCE receive a Resident Educator License which is good for four years. With the license, a graduate can become a teacher in any public or private school in the state of Ohio which includes grades from 4-9. Many teachers with MCE licensure sponsor extracurricular activities, including clubs, service organizations as well as coach interscholastic sports. 

Over time, MCE teachers can take positions of leadership within a school, such as:

  • Lead teacher
  • Department chair
  • Curriculum coordinator
  • Educational administrator

The program is nationally accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and approved by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). Pre-professional teachers who complete the middle childhood course work and field work are uniquely qualified to teach at the middle school level.

 

For additional information, please contact Kim Parker (kim.parker@msj.edu).

 

Resources

2020-2021 Graduate Rate Sheet [PDF] (69 MB)
View a complete listing of tuition, fees, and other costs associated with graduate study at the University.

2019-2020 Graduate Rate Sheet [PDF] (95 MB)
View a complete listing of tuition, fees, and other costs associated with graduate study at the University.

Middle Childhood Education [PDF] (2 MB)
Middle Childhood Education Brochure

Program Requirements
Middle Childhood Education License Curriculum, Program and Admission Requirements