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Master of Education New England College

USA

Course info

Summary

The Master of Education program is designed to develop teacher leadership in such ways that will further learning, increase student success, and continuously improve schools. In keeping with the adopted NH State Standards for Professional Development, the Master of Education program at New England College is a rigorous, data‐driven, site‐based, classroom‐imbedded program, tightly linked to improvement in student achievement.

The program will be offered to teachers who have already achieved certification and individuals seeking additional certification. Classes will be on‐line, held in area schools or in the College’s Center for Educational Innovation, or be a combination of on‐line and face‐to‐face meetings. Students will also meet asynchronously with faculty through Blackboard or another course management system, and will maintain a professional portfolio utilizing the eFolio system. A range of electives will be offered during the year and in summer institutes. Graduate students and NEC faculty will work as a learning community to address real‐world issues of teachers and schools. The culminating activity for the program will be an Action Research Project with results shared at a public presentation. For those seeking principal or superintendent licensure the action research project must focus on a school or district-wide initiative. For those not seeking principal or superintendent licensure the action research project can focus on a classroom challenge/issue.

A variety of areas of concentration are offered in this program: Literacy and Language Arts/Special Education/Curriculum and Instruction/School Leadership/School climate/Principal/Superintendent.

Certificates offered in School Climate and Leadership, Science STEM, Literacy: Reading and Language Arts, Literacy: Math, Special Education, Educational Leadership, Alternative Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Urban Education and Social Justice, Counselling, Counselling in Urban Schools, Physical Education, Art, English, History, Sports, Recreation, and Coaching, Collective Impact, Storytelling, Design your own in consultation with the Program Director.

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Master of Education.

Online/Distance (37 credits)

Tuition fees

USD $480 per credit hour; USD $20,160 - USD $22,560 for the entire course.

From

15 Jan

Venue

New England College

98 Bridge Street,

Henniker,

New Hampshire,

03242, United States

Online/Distance with attendence (37 credits)

Tuition fees

USD $480 per credit hour; USD $20,160 - USD $22,560 for the entire course.

From

15 Jan

Venue

New England College

98 Bridge Street,

Henniker,

New Hampshire,

03242, United States

Entry requirement for international students

International applicants to the Master’s programs must have the equivalent to a U.S. Bachelor’s degree. All graduate programs require a minimum undergraduate grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale, or a demonstrated ability (typically a combination of academic and professional achievement) to succeed in a rigorous graduate program. In addition, students for whom English is not the first language require a TOEFL score of 550 (pbt), 213 (cbt).

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

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