From an undergraduate student looking to move into graduate studies, to any individual out of the workplace who’s looking to increase and develop new skills, you’ll love the knowledge, flexibility and reward that comes with pursuing your Adolescence Education degree near Erie at SBU. We can provide students with 2-3 different formats that directly connect with graduate programs including full-time, part-time and weekend formats; ensuring quality learning is accessible for all.
Earning your Adolescence Education degree from SBU can greatly improve your potential for career growth. Aside from developing more skills and increasing your workplace understanding, your Adolescence Education degree helps create personal growth in your life and an expanded network that can only come from the graduate school experience.
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SBU has been constantly named one of the 10 best College Values in the northern US by US News and World Report!
When we say that studying at SBU can lead you on the path to becoming extraordinary, we mean it. Some of our notable alumni include:
There are numerous Master’s specializations available through SBU’s School of Education. Specializations which include:
This degree is designed for teachers who wish to address the demanding literacy needs of their students or who may wish to serve in a grade 5-12 setting at some time in their career.
The 30 credit hour degree can be completed in as little as a year on the St. Bonaventure campus (summer, fall, spring) or at the Buffalo Center (fall, spring, summer, fall).
Across the United States, St. Bonaventure University is the oldest Catholic Franciscan University. Surround yourself with highly educated friars, faculty and other students who all share the same humble, human values that give St. Bonaventure its Franciscan identity.
St. Bonaventure University is situated at the heart of the magnificent Allegheny Mountains of southwestern New York State.
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