Summer Studies for Teachers
- See 2019 spring and summer EDUC courses
- Summer registration begins March 15.
When schools close their doors for the summer, what do teachers do? At FDU, they return to the classroom to reinforce and build their teaching skills, grasp new technologies and enhance their careers through new credentials and insights! Teachers from K-12 can continue a year-round course of study or, as visiting students, take individual courses of interest and value to them.
About FDU’s School of Education
FDU’s Peter Sammartino School of Education is nationally accredited through the Council for Accreditation for Educator Preperation (CAEP). Its degree programs include an accelerated, combined degree (BA/BS-MAT) QUEST program; M.A. in Teaching; M.A. in Education for Certified Teachers; M.A. in Mathematical Foundations for Teachers; M.A. in Learning Disabilities; M.A. in Educational Leadership; M.A. in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language (TESL/TEFL); and many programs for certified teachers who wish to pursue professional opportunities in literacy, special education, ESL and instructional technology. Other related graduate programs for educators offered at FDU include an M.A. in Creative Writing & Literature for Educators (a low-residency program) and an M.A. and Psy.D. in School Psychology.
Current FDU graduate students: Contact your academic advisor.
New graduate students: Contact the Graduate Admissions Office at email@example.com or call 201-692-2554.