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  • Program Overview

    M.Ed. in Education (36 Credits)

    The Fifth Year Master of Education program allows students graduating from Endicott College’s undergraduate programs, as well as non-Endicott students with an undergraduate degree, to complete a master's degree in one year.

    • 12-month, 36-credit program
    • Earn a master's degree in reading and literacy, moderate disabilities, severe disabilities, elementary education, early childhood, or secondary education
    • Counts toward initial or professional licensure in Massachusetts.

    School of Education graduates will be granted accelerated acceptance to Fifth Year programs.

    If you are graduating from Endicott with a GPA of 3.0 or higher you can apply to a School of Education  M.Ed program through the Expedited Admissions process. The advantages of applying through this process are :

    • No Application Fee
    • No essay required
    • No recommendations submitted by the student
    • No transcripts required to be submitted by the student

    In order to be accepted into a Licensure M.Ed program, a passing score on the Communication and Literacy MTEL is required to be submitted by the student.

    If a student does not meet the 3.0 requirement, that student can still apply through the general admission process for the graduate program.

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Teaching Fellows Program

How Does a Tuition-Free Master's Degree Sound?

The year-long Teaching Fellows program provides students holding an initial license the opportunity to gain classroom experience and complete a master’s degree in a single year. In exchange for one academic year of teaching, a partnering school district agrees to pay the equivalent of full graduate program tuition for their Teaching Fellow.