Cambridge College offers a variety of masters of education programs that lead to educator licensure (certification) and professional advancement for teachers and school administrators in Massachusetts. Offerings at locations outside of Massachusetts are all non-licensure and conform to the specific state authorizations of those states.
Massachusetts Science Standards Changing in 2015
Are you prepared? If not, we can help! Our School of Education offers science coursework for graduate credit at an affordable price that can help faculty at the elementary and middle school levels understand and incorporate the new Massachusetts standards for science in school curricula.
We offer 14 one-credit, online Professional Development Courses for middle school science teachers across the state. For elementary classroom teachers, our elementary science course represents a hybrid blend of online and seated coursework that has been fully aligned to the new Massachusetts Science Standards for 2015. The seated portion of the course is packed with relevant hands-on science experiences! Elementary science courses are offered in seat and in collaboration with districts where a minimum of 15 students can be enrolled.
Several programs are offered using our Summer Institutes platform, formerly the National Institute of Teaching Excellence (NITE), which includes a summer residency component in Boston, as well as online courses during the Fall and Spring semesters.
School Collaborative Program
The College also has a range of offerings that address professional development needs of educators, schools and districts through our Professional Development & School Collaborative Program.