Seton Hill has been preparing educators since 1885. Our founders, the Sisters of Charity, consider education one of their most important missions. Today, graduates from Seton Hill’s education programs go on to become professional educators in public, private and parochial schools or work in various capacities with adoption and child care agencies, adult continuing education programs, alternative schools, pre- school and after-school programs, educational programs in correctional institutions, educational software design, and in state and federal education assistance and support programs.
Today's classrooms embrace students with a variety of socio-cultural backgrounds, learning styles and gifts. Seton Hill's Education Program provides current and future students with the skills and strategies they need to meet the needs of every student.
Undergraduate & Combined Bachelor/Master Degrees
Elementary Education (Pre K - 4) with Special Education (Pre K - 8) (B.A.)
Elementary/Middle Level Education (4 - 8) with Special Education (B.A./M.A.)
At Seton Hill, you can:
Click here to find out more about our Teaching Certification Program.
Graduate Degrees & Certificates
Seton Hill's Education Program also offers: