The graduate programs at Endicott College continue to build on Endicott’s reputation of excellence. Programs are researched based, relevant, practical and assist professionals who want to advance in their fields in meaningful ways.
Our doctoral programs blend research-based theory and field-based practice in the areas of PreK-12 education (Ed.D.), PreK-12 International Education (Ed.D.), Higher Education (Ed.D.), and Applied Behavior Analysis (Ph.D.). Through coursework, research apprenticeships, publications and teaching experiences, graduates of the doctoral programs are prepared for positions as scholars and practitioners who are leaders in the field.
Endicott's School of Education offers a variety of master’s-level offerings to help advance careers. For those interested in becoming a licensed educator in the state of Massachusetts, or adding a new area of expertise to your resume, we offer M.Ed. programs in early childhood, elementary, or secondary education; reading instruction; special education, including moderate disabilities, severe disabilities, and deaf and hard of hearing; as well as administrative leadership.
Other M.Ed. program prepare candidates for a future in International Education, Higher Education Leadership, Organizational Management, and Social Emotional Development.
The M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) keeps pace with this high growth profession, offering concentrations that allow you to specialize in the field.
For students with an accelerated time table, a fifth year option is available for some masters degrees: early childhood, elementary, or secondary education; reading instruction; special education, including moderate disabilities, and severe disabilities.