M.S. in School Health Education
The Master of Science program in School Health Education at the Esteves School of Education at The Sage Colleges is designed to prepare health teachers for initial or professional certification in accordance with New York State Education Department regulations. This master’s degree prepares health educators for certification across grade levels K – 12.
Programs of Study
- School Health Education With Initial Certification
- School Health Education Without Initial Certification
- School Health Education 4+1
Applicants for admission to the School Health Education program must meet the general admission requirements for Sage Graduate School and must also meet the following specific requirements.
Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and
- Passing score on the edTPA or
- Complete the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) with the following minimum scores: Verbal Reasoning-145, Quantitative Reasoning-145, Analytical Writing-3.5 or
- Complete the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) with a minimum score of 350
- Applicants may or may not have Initial Certification through the NYS Office of Teaching Initiatives highered.nysed.gov/tcert/ If accepted into the program without Initial Certification, candidate must use the 36 credit Program of Study.
Pursuant to the law, each program is entitled to exempt a student from these admission requirements based on the exempted student’s demonstrated potential to positively contribute to the teaching profession.
In the News
ZaQuan Irby, a student in both the undergraduate Physical Education Teacher Education program and the Master of Science program in School Health Education, was featured by Time Warner Cable News – Albany as a future leader in the community. ZaQuan is a dedicated student, father, and professional, working towards degree completion at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.