Programs of Study
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The Master of Education in Administrative Leadership is a dynamic, intensive cluster of program options leading to eligibility for licensure as Principal, Special Education Administrator, School Business Administrator, and Superintendent.
The Master of Education in Athletic Administration is a 36-credit program for students interested in careers within educational institutions, including secondary schools, colleges and universities; both non-profit and profit-oriented organizations that offer sport fitness, and wellness services; government agencies such as city recreation departments, state parks, and recreation departments; and sport governing bodies at the state, national and international levels.
Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis
The courses inform students about state-of-the-art special education strategies to increase student success and teacher effectiveness. The program includes courses in Applied Behavior Analysis that fulfill the educational requirements for the internationally recognized certification offered by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).
Early Childhood Education
Recognizing that subject matter knowledge is a necessary, but insufficient requisite for educator preparation, the Endicott College Program of Study for Early Childhood Education: Teacher of Students With and Without Disabilities (PreK-2) Initial Licensure provides for a deep grounding in early childhood studies.
The Master of Education in Elementary Education programs prepare candidates to work in grades 1–6. Through coursework and field experiences, students develop understanding of subject matter knowledge.
The Masters in Integrative Education is a distance learning program where students can earn an M.Ed. in a colloquium-based On-Line Community.
The Master of Education in Organizational Management is a 36-credit program designed for professionals from all types of organizations that are facing reform and change in the way they currently operate.
Reading and Literacy Licensure
The post-baccalaureate Master of Education in Reading and Literacy program prepares candidates to work as reading specialists for all grade levels.
Reading and Literacy Non-Licensure
Secondary Education Licensure
The Endicott M.Ed. in Secondary Education (Gr. 5-8, 9-12) provides candidates with a strong liberal arts background and subject matter content knowledge (in English, history, political science/philosophy, humanities, mathematics, biology, chemistry, earth science, physics, general science, mathematics/science)
Secondary Education Non-Licensure
The Endicott M.Ed. in Secondary Education provides middle and high school teaching candidates with a strong liberal arts background and subject matter content knowledge (in English, history, political science/political philosophy, humanities, mathematics, biology, chemistry, earth science, physics, general science, mathematics/science and other subjects)
Special Needs - Moderate Disabilities
The program in Special Needs prepares professionals to work with children with moderate disabilities at the PreK–8 and 5–12 levels who participate in integrated or self-contained classrooms. These programs lead to Initial or Professional Licensure in Moderate Disabilities (PreK–8, 5–12).
Special Needs - Severe Disabilities
The curriculum for the Special Needs programs leading to licensure in Severe Disabilities addresses theories of language development, including the differences between first and second language acquisition and the effects of disabilities on learning and vocabulary development.