Share your expertise in a subject you care about with bright young minds.
Education professionals who want to obtain secondary licensure and earn a Master’s degree can do so with the Secondary Education graduate program at Lewis University. Upon graduation, students will understand the dynamics of teaching a class made up of diverse learners and be ready to teach students in grades 9-12 in the State of Illinois. Content areas include:
- English/Language Arts
The Secondary Education graduate program is fully approved by the State Educator Preparation and Licensure Board and the Illinois State Board of Education.
- Mines-Quinlan Annual Scholarship
- TEACH Grant
- Resources for the Education of Adults in the Chicago Area (REACH) Scholarship
- Lasallian Book Scholarship
Visit the Financial Aid for Educational Studies page for more information on education scholarships.
- Integrating Educational and Assistive Technology into the Classroom
- Pedagogy and Assessment for Effective Instruction
- Characteristics and Development of the Adolescent Learner
- Exceptional Learners in Inclusive Communities
- Practical Research of Learning Communities
- A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 for the final 60 credit hours of study
- Official college transcripts from all institutions previously attended
- Successful completion of the Lewis University College of Education and Social Sciences Graduate Writing Examination
- Submission of a graduate application form
- Two letters of recommendation
- Meet with the appropriate Department Chair or Program Director for a personal interview to discuss education goals
Please refer to the Office of Graduate Admission for application requirements and specific next steps.