New Academic Program Offerings

Endicott College launches new graduate & undergraduate programs.

Visual and Performing Arts Courses Photo by Terry Slater
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Endicott College deans and faculty in each academic school regularly review industry analysis to enhance current—and develop new—program offerings for students. The College is pleased to have added the following inventive and invigorating programs for the 2020–21 academic year.


School of Visual & Performing Arts


B.A. in Performing Arts: Designed for the student who seeks to go beyond a strong foundation in their craft to build an additional skill set necessary for today’s performing arts world.


B.S. in Expressive Arts Therapy: Performing and visual arts come together with psychology to create this unique program, which incorporates the use of visual arts, dance and movement, music and sound, theater, and
creative writing.


School of Sport Science


Allied Health concentration: For exercise science students who are interested in pursuing careers in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and physician assistant, this concentration provides academic rigor with elective flexibility and personalization to follow their professional goals.


Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business


B.S. in Healthcare Management: An interdisciplinary program that combines traditional management coursework with elements of related fields like public health and healthcare policy.


M.S. in Healthcare Management: A practitioner-focused curriculum that includes critical knowledge, competencies, techniques, and skills necessary to lead and work effectively within the healthcare industry.


School of Hospitality Management


Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship concentration: An interdisciplinary program to gain skills and knowledge to succeed in the fast-paced, diverse, and evolving food and beverage industry.


School of Education


M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis: This change in degree has allowed for the expansion of new concentrations including autism, childhood clinical disorders, organizational behavior management, and mental health.


M.Ed. in Special Education: Deaf & Hard of Hearing: In collaboration with the Children’s Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf (CCCBSD), this program focuses on the needs associated with being deaf and/or hard of hearing and having other special education needs.


Certificate in Online Teaching & Learning: Increasingly relevant as the field of education begins to embrace an educational system in which teachers need to be more fluent and fluid in delivering high-quality instruction online.


Certificate in Social Justice Education: Designed to address teacher identities, support social justice in the classroom, and understand how marginalized groups have been adversely affected by school policy.


Certificate in Gender & Sexuality in Education: Designed to address issues of gender and sexuality in the classroom.


Certificate in International Education Administration: Students cultivate leadership skills through study and reflection in negotiation, communication and mediation, personnel and financial management, and innovative leadership practices.