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5 Year Bachelor/Master of Education

A student who completes the teacher licensure program in early childhood or elementary education may reduce the length of the Master of Education in Special Needs (license area: moderate disabilities--prek-8) as well as Reading and Literacy (license area: Reading Specialist--all grades). The following conditions apply:

        • Complete the application process for the Master of Education program at the end of the junior year.

        •  Successfully complete the practicum experience in early childhood or elementary education as part of their undergraduate

            studies program.

        •  Successfully pass the General Curriculum MTEL by spring of senior year (for the moderate disabilities program only).

        •  The ED 581 Technology in Education course required in the graduate programs will be waived because the student will have

            completed ED210 Integrating Technology into the Classroom as part of their undergraduate studies program.

        •  If the student begins taking courses in the summer term following May graduation they may complete the program in one year                

           if they attend on a full-time basis.

        • Students pursuing the Reading Specialist license must complete the Reading Specialist MTEL prior to completing the

          master’s program.

5 year Bachelor/Master in Applied Behavior Analysis

We are currently reviewing the curriculum details for this program. Please contact us directly with questions.

5 year Bachelor/Master in Secondary Education

A student who completes the Initial license in secondary education (history, English, math, visual art or one of the sciences) may reduce the
coursework required for the M. Ed.

       
        • Waive: GRE/MAT, EDS555 Methods in the Content Area, EDS542 Sheltered English Immersion Teacher Endorsement Course as                                                                 well as any pre-practicum requirements.

        • Substitute: ED400 Practicum & Seminar (12 credits) for EDS510 Practicum & EDS511 Reflective Seminar.

5 year Bachelor/Master in Homeland Security Studies

Endicott undergraduates may reduce the time required to complete the Master of Science in Homeland Security Studies by enrolling in the “Fifth-Year Program.” During junior year, undergrads take one graduate course – during their spring semester – and a second graduate course during the spring semester of senior year. Because two graduate courses are complete, the student may then earn the master’s degree in one post-grad year (“the Fifth year”) instead of the typical 17 months.

        •      In addition to an interview with the program director, students must submit the following:

        •      A complete Fifth-Year Program application by December 1st of their junior year.

        •      Two letters of recommendation from undergraduate faculty.

        •      A brief explanation essay explaining why you would like to study homeland security.

        •      You must have a 3.0 GPA in your undergraduate courses to apply.

        •      You must maintain a 3.0 GPA in all graduate courses.

Junior Year (one  course):

        •      Spring - Substitute undergraduate free elective for 3 credit graduate course

Senior Year (one course):

        •      Spring - Substitute undergraduate free elective for 3 credit graduate course

5 year Interior Architecture

A student who completes the Bachelor of Science in Interior Architecture program at Endicott College may reduce the length of the Master of Arts in Interior Architecture. The following conditions apply:

        • Maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA by the end of their junior year.

        • Complete the application process for the Master of Arts in Interior Architecture at the end of their junior year.

        • Successfully pass ID 490 Thesis II.

        • The graduate courses that follow will be waived for students in this program:

                ID        530              Psychology of Place      3 cr.

                ID        588              Thesis I   1 cr.

                ID        503              Precedent Studio II    1 cr.

                ID        575              Design Firm Management   1 cr.

               

This represents a savings of 6 graduate credits due to similar content taken at the undergraduate level.

        •  The student may complete the remainder of their degree requirements in the Fall and Spring semesters if they attend

           on a full-time basis.

5 year Bachelor/Master in Nursing

A student who completes the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program at Endicott may reduce the length of the Master of Science in Nursing by fulfilling the following conditions:

• Maintain a 3.3 grade point average by the end of the junior year.

• Complete the application process for the Master of Science in Nursing program at the end of the junior year.

• Successfully complete one master level course requirement in the senior year: NUR 502 Contemporary Issues and Trends in Health Care. The course must           have a minimum grade of B-.

• In the June and July months following graduation from the B.S. in Nursing degree program, successfully pass the NCLEX

exam and obtain an RN license. Submit a nursing license that is current and unrestricted and an official undergraduate transcript.

The remainder of the courses leading to the Master of Science degree are offered late summer, fall and the winter and spring terms. 

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