Cambridge College offers programs in Southern Massachusetts

Cambridge College’s hybrid programs offer flexibility and convenience for the working adult. Our programs allow you to balance work and family while getting your master’s degree. They are taught by experts in the fields of childcare, education and counseling.

Master of Education Programs

As part of the track toward a Master's of Education, the following programs will soon be available in Southern Massachusetts.

Moderate Disabilities PreK-8

The Teacher of Students With Moderate Disabilities program prepares special education teachers and leaders to be caring and competent, with the essential and critical skills to understand the use of diverse curriculum design and development. Graduates are prepared to become highly motivated educators who are practitioners of educational innovation, and meet the regulations for licensure of Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities PreK-8.

Moderate Disabilities 5-12

The Teacher of Students With Moderate Disabilities program prepares special education teachers and leaders to be caring and competent, with the essential and critical skills to understand the use of diverse curriculum design and development. Graduates are prepared to become highly motivated educators who are practitioners of educational innovation, and meet the regulations for licensure of Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities 5-12.  

School Guidance Counseling

School Guidance Counseling is treated as professional counseling which enhances child and adolescent students’ access to high quality educational and vocational experiences and facilitates their ability to make good use of opportunities. The program emphasizes the role of the school counselor as a facilitator of educational reform, reducing barriers in the multicultural 21st century: a group worker skilled in developmental guidance, a practitioner helping students find their academic niche and community resources, an interpreter of assessment tools, and a consultant to students, parents, and staff.

Early Childhood Teacher (PreK-2)

The Early Childhood PreK-2 program is for students who plan to teach in private and or public schools. They are prepared with the appropriate skills and knowledge that will assist them in pursuing their initial license in Early Childhood PreK-2 with and without disabilities. 

CAGS in Educational Leadership

The Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) program in Educational Leadership provides opportunities for students to advance their knowledge and skills focused on the leadership issues for improving teaching and learning through school transformation. Students may concentrate on administration, curriculum, or special needs. The program is based on the standards of the Educational Leadership Constituent Council and follows the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) Guidelines for the Preparation of Administrative Leaders. Issues regarding the role that power and politics play in the school organization are emphasized, as are research skills and data analysis in order to create competent, caring and qualified school leaders, based on the principles of the Teacher Education Accrediting Council.  This program prepares students for educational settings that do not require licensure.

Curriculum & Instruction - Non Licensure

School Administration

Special Education Administration

For more information, please contact Carol Lombardi:
carol.lombardi@cambridgecollege.edu • 617-873-0167