Partner University: Duquesne University
Situated in the heart of Pittsburgh, Pa., Duquesne University is home to 9,500 students across 80 undergraduate majors and 90 graduate programs in schools of business, education, health sciences, law, liberal arts, music, natural and environmental sciences, nursing and pharmacy, as well as a biomedical engineering program. Duquesne is ranked among U.S. News’s top-tier national schools at No. 119 in the 2019 Best Colleges rankings, and tied for the 11th spot among national Catholic institutions.
Teacher Preparation at Duquesne University
The Leading Teacher Program at Duquesne focuses on diversity, leadership, and technology, while weaving aspects of social justice throughout the curriculum. Candidates in the MAT Secondary Education program may choose to focus on mathematics, biology, chemistry, or physics. Our faculty take pride in the curriculum they teach and take advantage of the contemporary technology Duquesne University provides. In addition to the rigorous curriculum, candidates also receive hands-on classroom experiences and diverse field placements. With Duquesne University’s premier location in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, our teacher candidates have the opportunity to experience class rooms in a variety of settings. Learn more here.
Schools/Districts Working With Duquesne
Currently, the schools/districts working with Duquesne University and the Woodrow Wilson Pennsylvania Teaching Fellowship are (in alphabetical order):
- McKeesport Area School District
- Penn Hills School District
- Pittsburgh Public Schools
- Woodland Hills School District
Tuition and Assistance at Duquense
The estimated cost of tuition for Fellows at Duquesne University is $23,814 both for Pennsylvania residents and non-residents. Click here for more Pennsylvania partner university tuition information.