On the Forefront of Change

Presenting new curricula for undergraduate & graduate students.

An Endicott student for new programs article Photo by Terry Slater
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Undergraduate School Programs

School of Visual & Performing Arts

Faculty and student working together in an architectural drawing courseStudents learn to communicate their
architectural design ideas through
both instrumental and freehand drawings
in ARC 103–Media I: Architectural Drafting.

B.F.A. in Architectural Studies
A four-year, pre-professional degree that combines aesthetics and science to enhance our built environment in a sustainable and responsible way. Career paths include architectural design, landscape architecture, urban design, or related building science disciplines such as energy modeling, sustainability, or historic preservation.

B.S. in Photography
Provides students with an understanding of the skills, technologies, methods, and industry best practices that are applicable to most types of photographic work, while contextualizing the program with a business and communications model.

School of Arts & Sciences

Public History Concentration
An overview of history presented in museums, heritage tours, civic celebrations, documentary films, podcasts, and other venues where the vast majority of people confront our collective past. Public history concentrators will develop foundational knowledge of the methods that today’s historians use to interpret the past.

School of Sport Science & Fitness Studies

B.S. in Exercise Science/M.S. in Athletic Training
A five-year program starting in the fall of 2020; read more about this program in our Soundings article titled, "Athletic Training: Transitioning into the Future."

E-Sport Management Minor
Prepares students to excel in one of the fastest growing areas of sport management through innovative courses in league operations, marketing and fan engagement, revenue generation, research, and structure and organization of competitions.

Nutrition & Wellness Minor
Covers health and well-being, of both individuals and society, and is cross-­disciplinary, relating to many academic offerings on campus.

Van Loan School Programs

M.Ed. in Social Emotional Development
Current educators will learn techniques to support their students in improving their problem solving, self-management, relationship, and social awareness skills.

Ed.D. in Educational Leadership with a concentration in PreK-12 International Education
Research-based theory, a strong mentorship model, and applicable practice prepares scholar-practitioners to become leaders in international schools or American schools overseas. 

Jameson Pelkey at the St. John's Prep wellness centerJameson Pelkey '07 M'09 is a product of the M.S.
in Sport Leadership (formerly Athletic Administration)
program as he recently became the Director of
Athletics at St. John's Prep

M.S. in Sport Leadership (name/degree change)
After a comprehensive study including industry research, student and alumni feedback, and faculty and advisory board recommendations, the M.Ed. in Athletic Administration is now an M.S. in Sport Leadership.

Fifth Year M.S. in Sport Leadership
Business, communication, or sport management students can gain next-level skills that lead to a long-lasting career in the sports industry. Expert faculty and advisory board members include leaders from MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA, secondary and higher education, the Olympics, recognized sports foundations, and more.

Graduate Level Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)
Endicott is the first on the North Shore to develop graduate-level PLA. Students may earn up to six credits for work and life learning, applicable to a master’s or doctoral degree.