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Teaching and Learning

The Department of Teaching and Learning in the School of Education and Human Services offers programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels designed to prepare students to become transformative educators who strive to meet the needs of all children. Specifically, DTL offers service learning courses in the social foundations of education, as well as courses related to the teaching of art, literacy, mathematics, modern language, science, and social studies. These courses support learning in teacher preparation programs, graduate certificate and endorsement programs, and graduate degrees at the master’s and doctoral levels. The programs offered in DTL are rigorous, clinically rich and practice based, and share a core focus on teaching for social justice and equity. 

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

Post-Master’s Certificates
Master of Arts in Teaching in Elementary Education
Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Education
Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Education: Combined BA to MA
Master of Arts in Teaching in K-12 Special Education
Master of Arts in Teaching in Reading and Language Arts
Master of Education in Teacher Leadership
Doctor of Philosophy in Literacy, Culture and Language

Teaching and Learning

Pawley Hall
456 Pioneer Drive
Rochester, MI 48309-4482
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Phone: (248) 370-2613