Degree type: Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

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This 7-12 secondary education post-baccalaureate certification is designed for individuals who already have a bachelor’s degree in English, biology, history, or political science and leads directly to state certification to teach in middle schools and high schools. Our flexible courses and small class sizes offer a high-energy, hands-on learning environment, where professors provide personalized support to meet your educational needs and personal goals.

Because of our unique hybrid model, this secondary education certification program allows you to continue working while taking classes full-time for the first two semesters. Even when you aren’t on campus, you still have the full breadth of Mount Aloysius College student services available to you, including peer and professional tutoring, professional counseling, and career development. Students will be required to complete student teaching responsibilities for the last two semesters.

Program Highlights

  • Hybrid model allows students to work full-time and attend classes for the first two semesters, and complete student-teaching requirements for the final two semesters

  • PA Department of Education accredited

  • High-tech teaching environments

  • Three separate secondary education specialization options

Students in a classroom

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Classroom to Classroom

Rachel Wagner passes on the lessons and values of MAC’s professors to her own students in the Altoona Area School District!

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Mount Aloysius Campus Offers Campus Trail Fun

Looking for a fun place to spend time outside? The Mount Aloysius College campus is filled with opportunities to explore the outdoors, including the Mountie Trail!

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‘Dreams Don’t Work Unless You Do’

Liz, ‘16, worked hard to land her dream job at the elementary school she attended as a child.

Watch a video with Dr. Sara Rutledge, a professor in the education department, talking about indoor physical education for kids.

Watch a video with alum Katie Ellenberger talking about the education program.

Watch a video with Dr. Sara Rutledge, a professor in the education department, talking about the Mountie Trail.

The huge benefit of the program is early exposure to teaching through early placement in local schools.

Katie
Education Major

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