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Aimed at addressing the critical need for advanced education for teachers of English Language Learners (ELL) through graduate-level teacher certificate programs, the RESET program, which offers full tuition coverage, is offered through a $2.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

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This clinically-rich grant-funded program offers teachers a tuition reduced pathway to ESOL certification, with the goal of addressing the shortage of NYC teachers in English as a Second Language/English as a New Language.

Earn a tuition-free Master of Science degree in Mathematics Education funded by the National Science Foundation.  

Mercy College is pleased to be the NY Partner for the Wipro Science Education Fellowship (SEF). The program supports local science teachers with a focus on leadership in science education.

Explore the Center for STEM Education including Mercy College's Saturday STEM Academy, which gives students in middle and high school an opportunity to learn hands-on STEM concepts and skills in a collaborative environment with distinguished STEM educators.

STEM Education Students

This intensive program of STEM pedagogy courses and professional experiences will prepare 14 in-service K-12 teachers of math and science to become quality STEM Teacher Leaders. 

Is a STEM career in your future? Consider joining the Mercy College Intensive STEM Teacher Initiative (MISTI) program and pursue a teaching degree 


STARTALK, the Korean language and culture summer program at Mercy College, just wrapped up in summer 2019. Held over three weeks, middle-schoolers from diverse language and cultural backgrounds engaged in a program of learning about and experiencing Korean language, art, music and dance.

Co-directed by Drs. Mi-Hyun Chung and JungKang Miller, faculty members in the School of Education, STARTALK provides language practice, cultural connections and perspectives on traditional practices in Korea and America. The full-day program is offered free for up to 30 students with limited knowledge of, yet strong interest in, Korean culture and language.