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Gannon’s undergraduate education programs are approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and they have also received special designation as a promising model/innovative practice in five areas: candidate competencies, key academic standards and assessment anchors, faculty activities and collaboration, field experiences and student teaching and new teacher support.
We help students build their resumes starting with freshman year. The success of our efforts is verified by our high job placement rate in today’s competitive market and top scores on the professional exams. Of our graduating seniors in the 2012-2013 academic year, 91.7% are employed in their major field of study. In addition, pass rates on the professional exams were
Early Childhood PreK-4
Middle Level 4-8
Special Education PreK-8
Secondary 7-12 content areas
As an undergraduate learner in the School of Education, you will have many hands-on learning opportunities:
The School of Education offers:
The mission of the Graduate Department in the School of Education at Gannon University is to provide professional educators a practitioner-oriented instructional program that is steeped in academic excellence, visionary leadership, ethical practices and collegiality. Our graduate programs are all taught by real-world teachers, principals, curriculum supervisors and superintendents. This allows our graduate learners the opportunity to learn the skills they will need to be successful in their careers.
Graduates of our programs are employed by school districts across the region, and are highly regarded by employers as competent and well-prepared for the positions they hold.
As a graduate learner in the School of Education, you will:
Associate of Science
Bachelor of Science
Master of Education
Master of Education in Reading / Graduate Certificate
Master of Science in Criminalistics