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Apply: Graduate Programs in Elementary Education

Choose the program option best for you

Choose the program option best for you

  • M.Ed. Elementary Education - Initial License

    This program leads to a master's degree. It is designed for those seeking a master’s degree and an initial license in elementary education.

    Eligible students can apply for financial aid using the FAFSA form.

  • M.Ed. Elementary Education - Advanced Studies

    This program leads to a master's degree. It is designed for those who already hold an initial license in elementary education and who are seeking a professional license and a master’s degree, or individuals who are seeking further professional development in the field.

    Eligible students can apply for financial aid using the FAFSA form.

  • Elementary Education - Initial Licensure Only

    This program does not lead to an academic degree. It is designed for those seeking an initial license in elementary education but not a degree.

    This program is not eligible for financial aid, but the M.Ed. Elementary Education program is.

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Graduate Application Process

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Graduate Programs in Elementary Education Application Process

Required Materials

Additional requirements

  MTEL Educator License Prerequisites
M.Ed. Initial License Track Passing scores on Communication and Literacy reading and writing subtest n/a Course in child growth and bachelor's degree from an accredited institution with either a major in the arts and sciences or an interdisciplinary arts/science major OR at least 24 credits above the introductory level in arts and science courses, with at least 12 credits in one academic area.
M.Ed. Advanced Studies Track n/a Initial license in elementary education from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts n/a
License Only - Initial Passing scores on Communication and Literacy reading and writing subtest n/a Course in child growth and bachelor's degree from an accredited institution with either a major in the arts and sciences or an interdisciplinary arts/science major OR at least 24 credits above the introductory level in arts and science courses, with at least 12 credits in one academic area.

Deadlines

Applications accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed once complete.

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