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This degree meets the Virginia Department of Education endorsement requirements and will prepare students for graduate licensure programs. Students should meet with Mason's endorsement specialist throughout their undergraduate degree as well as integrative studies academic advisors.
Qualified students in the Liberal Arts for the Teaching Profession concentration have the opportunity to apply for the Bachelor’s/Accelerated Master’s program and obtain both a BA in Integrative Studies with a Liberal Arts for the Teaching Profession and an MEd in Curriculum. To learn more about the accelerated graduate programs offered through the College of Education and Human Development, click here.
Interested in pursuing an elementary education concentration? In the following video, one of our students shares their experience.
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