“I live on the South Shore and had heard positive things about Curry College. The fact that Curry has smaller classes and that the student population in the program tends to be older were the selling points for me.”
John McCarthy '09
Major: Master of Education
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Admission and Deadlines
An International student must be admitted to an undergraduate or graduate degree program as a full-time student. Continuing Education students must enroll in 12 credits per semester to qualify for full-time status. Graduate students must enroll in 6 credits per semester to qualify for full-time status. In order to allow us sufficient time to process the required paperwork, including visa and transfer credit, all documents must be submitted to the Continuing and Graduate Studies office by the following dates:
- Fall semester entry - June 1
- Spring semester entry - October 1
- Summer semester - February 1
All international educational transcripts and certificates must be translated into English AND evaluated by an accredited agency that specializes in international educational evaluations, such as the Center for Educational Documentation (CED) which is located in Boston, (617) 338-7171, www.cedevaluations.com. Additional accredited agencies can be found at www.naces.org.
College transcripts must be evaluated on a course-by-course basis. A candidate for a bachelor's degree must also verify United States high school equivalency, if he/she completed their high school education outside the United States.
If English is not your first language, you must submit official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores. Note: Special considerations apply to RN-BS and MSN-CNL® applicants.
- Undergraduate programs:
525 paper; 197 computer; or 71 Internet Based
- ACCEL Nursing Program:
550 paper; 213 computer; or 80 Internet Based
- Graduate Programs:
550 paper; 213 computer; or 80 Internet Based
International Student Advisor
Students who plan to apply for admission to an undergraduate degree program through Continuing Education or a Master's degree program through Graduate Studies, must contact Judy Hammond, International Student Advisor for Continuing and Graduate Studies. She will guide you through the process of applying for or transferring your current student visa document (I-20). You will need to provide us with information and documentation regarding your immigration status and your ability to finance your education. If you have any questions relating to your student immigration status or application, please contact Michele Mahoney at (617) 333-2031 or at email@example.com
You may also contact an academic advisor in the Continuing and Graduate Studies Office located in Plymouth at (508) 747-2424 for further information about these requirements or to discuss procedures.
Michelle Ng, pictured above, and other M.Ed. students from both the Milton and Plymouth campuses presented their capstone research on December 10, 2014. Read more.
Professor Michelle LeBlanc, M.Ed. Field Placement Coordinator and Licensure Officer, will present information about student teaching experiences, State licensure requirements, Curry's innovative curriculum, and the practical expertise of the M.Ed. faculty. You will also meet M.Ed. program graduates who will share their experiences and discuss the benefits of obtaining their M.Ed. degree. More details...
If you are a career changer, parent, or educational paraprofessional looking to explore whether a teaching career in elementary or special education might be right for you, then plan to attend this free workshop! Learn about the steps that you need to take to earn your license to teach in a Massachusetts public school. Discover the latest teaching trends, the rewards and challenges of teaching, and the skills and competencies that effective teachers need. More details...
This interdisciplinary conference, featuring innovators in the field of violence prevention, will be held at the Milton campus on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The event is open to the public. Read more.
Jeannine Hatch, M.Ed. '06 shares her experience going back to school to change her career from Accountant to Elementary School teacher.