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Masters 5 Programs

Master of Education

In this master's program, learn skills that will engage students in computer science skills and concepts.
Design an advanced degree based on your professional and personal goals. Create your own study plan, and either pursue a specialization or choose a variety of courses from across the university.
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Combine in-depth study of grades 1-8 mathematics content with classroom strategies to help you develop effective teaching methods. Topics include statistics, geometry, algebra, calculus, assessment, meeting diverse student needs, and more.
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This interactive program allows those responsible for elementary or middle school science to expand their knowledge of content, assessment, and classroom strategies. Take courses in STEM, earth and space science, mechanics, chemistry, and more.
Prepare to effectively teach English to speakers of other languages. Gain an Initial Massachusetts license in English as a Second Language (ESL), and prepare for a rewarding career.

License Only 3 Programs

License Only

In this license-only program, learn skills that will engage grade 5-12 students in computer science skills and concepts.
Gain valuable skills and credentials for teaching English language learners (ELLs). This license-only program gives you new career opportunities and the ability to help students make significant strides.
Prepare to provide informed educational technology coaching and mentoring to your school community.

Certificates 2 Programs

Graduate Certificate Programs

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Learn to deliver complex mathematics content, and gain strategies to engage your students as they develop math skills. Study number theory, algebra, geometry, data analysis, calculus, and more, and choose an elective that further boosts your skills.
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This hands-on program focuses on how to deliver grades 1-8 science content for effective learning. Coursework includes physical science and STEM, along with electives in relevant areas such as mechanics, life science, robotics, engineering, and more.