Five-Year Track: Bachelor and Master's Degrees
Teacher Certification Programs for Fordham Undergraduate Students
Summer 2022 Application: Apply Now!
The Five-Year Integrated Teacher Education Track provides opportunities for Fordham undergraduates to complete a B.A/.B.S. in a liberal arts and sciences major and a Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.).
The integrated track is based on a reflective practitioner model with cohorts of students progressing through a sequence of coordinated courses and field experiences designed to link theory and practice.
Graduates of the programs are highly qualified teachers who respect individuals in a multicultural society, excel in academic disciplines, acquire a broad knowledge base, learn in meaningful contexts, become reflective practitioners, and engage in life-long learning.
Why should I apply for the Five-Year Track Program?
Beyond earning both bachelor's and master's degrees in five years, the Graduate School of Education works to prepare and develop teachers who are committed to professional and school excellence, reflective practice, and lifelong learning.
Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships Available
Fieldwork required for financial aid and scholarships.
Applicants must have prerequisites in seven areas of study, including English literature, math, science, foreign language, writing or communications, artistic expression and social sciences.
General Teacher Education Program Admissions Requirements:
- 3.0 GPA
- Online application
- Official transcript(s)
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)
- Personal statement
- Two letters of recommendation
- GRE or MAT exam scores
M.S.T. Fieldwork Requirements
The practical application of theory, teaching strategies, curriculum construction, and behavior management is woven into student teaching throughout our program. Generally, student teaching requires one full academic year, with placements in two different grade levels. In the fall and spring semester, students complete student teaching requirements as prescribed by their program.
Students are mentored by a field specialist and placed in our high needs partnership schools in New York City.
Contact (Lincoln Center Campus)
Professor Marilyn Bisberg, email@example.com