The Education Studies Department offers majors in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education and Special Education, which lead to initial teacher licensure from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Students studying in the Education Studies Department are required to double major.

 

Early Childhood Education, B.A.

Stonehill’s Early Childhood Education program equips future educators with the knowledge and skills needed to be highly effective teachers in prekindergarten through grade two.

Elementary Education, B.A.

Stonehill’s Elementary Education program equips future instructors with the knowledge and skills needed to become highly effective teachers in grades one through six.

Special Education, B.A.

Stonehill’s Special Education program equips future educators with the knowledge and skills needed to be highly effective special education teachers in prekindergarten through grade eight.

Secondary Education, B.A.

Stonehill’s Secondary Education program equips future educators with the knowledge and skills to be highly effective teachers in middle and high school classrooms.

Additional Requirements

Education majors desiring teacher licensure must also complete a major from the following list:

Contact us with any questions.

Margaret E. Pierce

Associate Professor of Education, Director of Undergraduate Education Programs
College Center 110C
Education

Lisa Biederwolf

Administrative Assistant II
Education