Since its founding in 1939, Endicott College has pioneered the integration of theory and practice through experiential learning. The Master of Education degree builds on this philosophy. Graduate programs of study encourage experiential learning and teacher-oriented research methods.
The Endicott College Masters’ Programs focus on meeting the individual needs and creative interests of graduate students. The programs also emphasize the development of a dynamic learning community. The goal is to create an educational environment that encourages ongoing transformation, innovation, and skill development that are the foundations of excellent teaching and learning.
Located on the Massachusetts Bay ocean front, the campus is a beautiful retreat center complete with walking trails and picturesque landscapes. Just 20 miles north of Boston, the campus is located in historic Beverly, retaining the old New England ambiance.
Since its founding in 1939, Endicott College has pioneered the integration of theory and practice through experiential learning. The Master of Education degree builds on this philosophy. Graduate programs of study encourage applied learning and teacher-oriented research methods.
TIES is responsible for providing academic content of the program including the establishment of the online Campus. Endicott is responsible for academic oversight and validation, student registration, and tuition payments. Upon successful completion of all program requirements, Endicott grants the two degrees, Masters of Education in Integrative learning and Masters of Education in Montessori Integrative Learning.
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