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Ready to be a teacher? St. Scholastica has the program for you

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An accredited curriculum, affordable tuition, and program flexibility make St. Scholastica’s School of Education a compelling option for anyone who wants to become a teacher.

Founded in 1912, the College of St. Scholastica has been offering students across Minnesota a world-class education for over a century. In addition to preparing students for economic success, St. Scholastica focuses on instilling the values of respect, community, love of learning, hospitality, and stewardship.

In line with those values, St. Scholastica’s School of Education is dedicated to training excellent teachers. All of their students get classroom experience starting in their first semester, which sets them up for long-term success as classroom teachers.

Click here to learn more about becoming a leader in education at St. Scholastica.

A variety of engaging programs

St. Scholastica’s School of Education offers programs from certificates to graduate degrees, including:

  • Master of Science in Teaching (Graduate Teaching Licensure)
  • Master of Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (Teaching Licensure)
  • Certificates in Literacy Instruction, Culturally Responsive Practice, Educational Technology, and Computer Science Education
  • Graduate Special Education Licensure with an optional Master of Science in Special
  • Education.

Many of the programs offer online-only or hybrid online/on-campus classes, giving students added flexibility to fit education into their busy lives.

Learn more about St. Scholastica’s School of Education program options.

Nationally accredited curriculum

The College of St. Scholastica's School of Education is nationally accredited by both the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC).

Being accredited means their programs are high-quality, comply with national education standards, and set their students up for success.

Affordable tuition

Affordability is a priority for St. Scholastica, which is why they keep their tuition competitively priced.

Over 98 percent of St. Scholastica’s full-time students take advantage of the College’s financial aid programs. St. Scholastica staff is also dedicated to helping students find financial aid opportunities and map out their plan.

Ready to learn more?

St. Scholastica’s School of Education offers a variety of affordable, accredited, flexible programs. With so many options, there’s sure to be one that’s right for everyone who wants to be a teacher.

Sign up to get program and financial aid information on St. Scholastica’s website.

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