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Are you a teacher?

At Moravian University, we want to do more to help teachers. That’s why tuition for our M.Ed. is priced below state universities. And our partnerships with the Bethlehem Area School District and Salisbury Area School District make it an even brighter choice for local teachers.

Our M.Ed. is designed for practicing K-12 teachers and is applicable to your classroom right away. Choose an advanced certificate and hone in on an area where education needs you most. Whatever program you choose, we’re here to help you empower students to own their education.

Or, do you want to become a teacher?

If you have your Bachelor's degree, pursue post college teacher certification in the subject and age group of your choice. If you want to add a Master of Arts in Teaching ask us how.

Upcoming Events

Join one of our online information sessions to review program highlights, admissions requirements, and curriculum.

Earn your PA Autism K-12 Endorsement

Moravian University and Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 have partnered to offer Autism K-12 Endorsement designed for practicing teachers to specialize in supporting the growing number of students on the Autism Spectrum. Take advantage of this partnership by applying today!


Four Start Times Each Year

Your education. Your schedule. Because who can think about grad classes during their busiest marking period?

Moravian Education at a State School Price

Tuition priced to match the PA State System of Higher Education rate.

Dr. Tristan Gleason

Meet Dr. Tristan Gleason, Assistant Professor, Director of Secondary Education, and Director of Graduate Education Programs at Moravian University. "We have a long tradition of encouraging teacher action research, which positions you, the teacher, as a knowledge producer. "

Nathan Snyder, M.Ed '12

Nathan never thought he’d pursue a doctorate degree or present his work at major conferences. But after his experience here, he was up for the challenge. “Moravian University completely changed my career trajectory and made me a better teacher.” He is now an adjunct professor at Fordham University, where he is pursuing his Ph.D., and an ELA teacher at the NYC iSchool.

Dr. Randy Ziegenfuss

Dr. Randy Zigenfuss supports the change leadership necessary for digital learning and teaching. He’s not only a faculty member at Moravian University, he’s Superintendent of the Salisbury Township school district. He pushes educators to work at the edge of their expertise. His goal? To create educators who are a little revolutionary.