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Educator Preparation Program

Endicott College prides itself on educator preparation programs in education. Defined by a long-lasting commitment to education as a field of study, embedded in practice and based on firm scientific research, Endicott’s educator preparation programs prepare aspiring teachers and education leaders to inspire, transform, and lead their classrooms and schools to success.

After completion of a Massachusetts licensure program, teacher candidates are eligible to receive a teacher’s license aligned with their licensure program. Receipt of a license is dependent on successful completion of all program requirements, Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTELs), field placements, and any other Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE) requirements.

Administrative Leadership Program (M.Ed.)

Prepare for a leadership role in education with eligibility for licensure as a principal or special education administrator.

Early Childhood Education Program (M.Ed.)

For those interested in the development and education of young children.

Elementary Education Program (M.Ed.)

Designed for teachers who wish to work at the elementary-school level.

Reading & Literacy Instruction (M.S.)

Designed for teachers who want to become a reading specialist.

Secondary Education Program (M.Ed.)

For teachers who wish to work with students in middle school or high school.

Special Education: Deaf & Hard of Hearing (M.Ed.)

Focus on the combinations of needs associated with being deaf and/or hard of hearing and additionally having other special education needs.

Special Education: Moderate Disabilities Program (M.Ed.)

Embrace educational inclusion and learn how to work with students with moderate disabilities.

Special Education: Severe Disabilities Program (M.Ed.)

Train to work with students with severe disabilities at all grade levels.

Teaching Fellows Program (M.Ed.)

A one-year, tuition-free master’s program that combines a residency at a local school—which funds your degree—with intensive courses.