New Inclusive Adolescence Teaching Fellows Program
The Department of Adolescence announces a new initiative leading to Professional Certification in Inclusive Adolescence Education. Learn More
- B.A./B.S. in Adolescence Education
The adolescence education degree program has strong ties to the liberal arts and to its content areas. This flexibility means students graduate with a content major and a single or dual certification in teaching grades 7 through 12.
- M.S.Ed. in Adolescence Education
The Inclusive Adolescence Education Masters Degree Program offers four different certification options, giving students distinct advantage with the skills and opportunities needed to stand out among their peers.
- ACCESS Program
The Adolescence Certification for Career Change Emphasizing Secondary Schools (ACCESS) program is designed to prepare students to teach at the middle and high school level who already hold a Bachelor's degree or higher.
Dr. Meg Callahan
Chairperson, Department of Adolescence Education
Director, Undergraduate Adolescence Programs
Dr. Jim Black
Director of Graduate Inclusive Adolescence Programs