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Seton Hill University


A Leading Catholic, Liberal Arts University

Elementary/Middle Level Education (M.A.)

Education for All

Today’s classrooms embrace students representing a variety of sociocultural backgrounds, learning styles and gifts. Seton Hill’s Master of Arts in Elementary/Middle Level Education Program provides elementary and middle level teachers with the skills and strategies they need to meet the needs of every student. 

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Why an M.A. in Elementary/Middle Level Education from Seton Hill University?

  • No GMAT or GRE required for admission.
  • Streamlined 30-credit master’s program with 15 credits offered online.
  • You will enjoy learning from faculty who are experts in the field of education with substantial classroom experience.
  • As part of this program you have the option to complete the requirements for teaching certification at the Middle Level, grades 4 -8.
  • You will receive personal support from your faculty advisor, and will also benefit from our Career and Professional Development Center. (And the Center remains available to you after you graduate.)
  • Aid is available.
  • As a leader in the use of mobile technology for teaching and learning, Seton Hill University will prepare you for today’s classroom as well as tomorrow’s.
  • Don't have a bachelor's degree yet? Seton Hill's Elementary/Middle Level/Special Education B.A./M.A. (with certifications) program is perfect for you!

Autism Endorsment

As part of Seton Hill’s commitment to preparing educators to meet the needs of all learners, we offer a graduate-level program in autism that can added to this program, be earned on its own, or added to Seton Hill’s M.A. in Special Education. 

Ready to apply? Apply online now for free! 

To learn more about this program, register for an upcoming information session. We will be holding a Special Education information session online only on December 6th, and all Graduate Education programs on campus March 15th or April 26th.

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Sample Courses

Elementary/Middle Level Education Courses

Our Faculty

To contact the Office of Graduate Admissions, fill out the online Request for Information form. Ready to apply? Apply online now for free! You may also call Graduate Admissions at (724) 838-4208 or email us at