The Mount St. Mary’s University elementary education program is your chance to prepare yourself for a teaching position in grades 1–6. The adult undergraduate program is designed specifically to accommodate the schedule of a working adult, offering courses online or one night each week during the academic year and twice per week in the summer.
As a student in the Mount’s adult undergraduate education program you will:
- Attend convenient classes. Meet part-time one night per week and/or weekends during the academic year and twice per week during the summer.
- Finish at your own pace. Core courses are offered year round in accelerated 5- and 8-week sessions. Take the courses you need at your convenience.
- Receive specialized support for adult students. One-on-one advising and a customized degree plan are available and encouraged for all students.
Mount St. Mary’s University’s Frederick Campus invites you to our new Wednesdays with the Mount series where you can make a virtual appointment with an advisor. All your transfer questions can be answered from 12 – 1 p.m. or 2 – 4 p.m. through a Zoom session every other Wednesday through January 6 (no meetings will be available over the holidays).
Your degree path is unique based on your career and prior education. Complete the form to have an advisor contact you to map out the best path forward.
What Our Faculty Say
Learn more about the Mount’s education program for adult undergraduates with Chair and Director of Teacher Education Stacey Brown-Hobbs, Ph.D.