Bachelor's-Master's Program in Education
The B.A. or B.S./M.Ed. Fast Track Program to Teaching is designed for high achieving University of Massachusetts Lowell undergraduates who seek to pursue a career in teaching at the middle/secondary levels. The program leads to a master of education degree in curriculum and instruction, including initial Massachusetts teacher licensure. The program may be completed in one or two years.
- two degrees plus teacher licensure in five years;
- six graduate credits may be taken in the senior year, provided the student has been accepted to the program and all other undergraduate requirements have been fulfilled;
- scholarship opportunities;
- early advisement;
University of Massachusetts Lowell undergraduate students may apply to the program during the fall semester of their senior year.
1. Successful applicants must have an undergraduate major in the specialization field in which they are seeking licensure as follows:
Biology 36 cr. in biology + 18 cr. in other sciences
Chemistry 36 cr. in chemistry + 18 cr. in other sciences
Physics 36 cr. in physics + 18 cr. in other sciences
Earth Science 36 cr. in earth science + 18 cr. in other sciences
English 36 cr. in English
General Science 36 cr. in a major field of science + 18 cr. in other sciences
Mathematics 36 cr. in mathematics
History 36 cr. in History
2. Applicants are expected to have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in undergraduate work.
3. Applicants to the Fast Track Program must pass the MTEL-Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (Communication and Literacy Skills and Subject Area Test are required).
For more information, contact:
Dr. Patricia Fontaine
College of Education
O’Leary Library 510 - UML South
Phone: (978) 934-4622
Degree requirements for Bachelor's/Master's Program