The Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science to Master of Education program 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 junior/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 junior/senior year.
1. Successful applicants must have an undergraduate major in the specialization field in which they are seeking licensure as follows:
|Biology||36 credits in biology + 18 credits in other sciences|
|Chemistry||36 credits in chemistry + 18 credits in other sciences|
|Physics||36 credits in physics + 18 credits in other sciences|
|Earth Science||36 credits in earth science + 18 credits in other sciences|
|English||36 credits in English|
|General Science||36 credits in a major field of science + 18 credits in other sciences|
|Mathematics||36 credits in mathematics|
|History||36 credits in History|
2. Applicants are expected to have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in undergraduate work.
For more information, contact:
240A Coburn Hall
Degree requirements for Bachelor's/Master's Program