Graduate Education

Graduate education involves a high level of learning, self-enrichment and the achievement of personal and professional goals. At Molloy College, our nurturing, yet, challenging academic environment will inspire you to expand your knowledge and heighten your skills.

We provide you with innovative courses and engaging field work. We have an expert, diverse faculty who will motivate you to reach your full potential as a learner and a leader. You bring your desire to achieve and we will help you meet your goals.

Molloy's Master of Science Degree offers twelve different programs including Early Childhood Education, Childhood Education, Adolescent Education in biology, English, mathematics, social studies and Spanish, Special Education on both childhood and adolescent levels, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages in grades PreK-12, which provide you with the opportunity to match your special interests and talents to the needs of the students whom you will teach. You also have the opportunity to combine courses and receive dual certification or to extend your existing certification through our Post Masters Advanced Certificate Programs.

Founded in the Catholic tradition and committed to the Dominican ideals of truth, academic excellence and openness to diverse world-views, the Division of Education at Molloy College provides a value-centered experience that embraces intellectual, ethical, spiritual and social development in an environment where academic freedom, a spirit of inquiry and respect for each individual's worth and dignity prevail. The professional education unit at Molloy College is committed to the preparation of outstanding teaching professionals with the dispositions, skills and knowledge required to meet the needs of all students they will have the privilege to teach. It is the responsibility and goal of the faculty to guide students through pedagogically valid and intensely challenging learning and service experiences that empower teacher candidates to serve as leaders in schools and communities. Faculty recognize that effective teachers have a solid foundation in the liberal arts and sciences, aligned with national, state and institutional teaching and learning standards.

This Conceptual Framework relates directly to Molloy College's strategic plan and is supported by the four pillars of Dominican life: Prayer, study, preaching and community which we interpret as:

  • Spirituality and reflection
  • Research and teaching
  • Service
  • Community


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