As you complete your coursework, you will benefit from our cohort-based learning community that models the team-oriented educational workplace. In addition to hands-on fieldwork experiences in actual classrooms, you'll explore key concepts of successful educational practice, including literacy, curriculum development and lesson planning, classroom management, working with children with special needs and techniques to adapt and differentiate instruction for different learners.
The M.Ed. Director will present a comprehensive overview of the Curry program and the steps to become a licensed teacher in Massachusetts. Have your questions answered to get started this Fall.
Tuesday, June 2 at 4:00 p.m. - RSVP Today
Due to the closing of MTEL testing sites, the deadline for CLST and Math MTEL scores has been extended until September 15 (test by August 25). Students must pass all of their other remaining tests by December 1 (taken by October 31).
Before you apply to either tracks of the Curry College Master of Education programs, you'll need to:
Visit Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure to register for these tests.
What is Cohort Study?
As a student in the Curry College M.Ed. Program, you will be part of a cohort group. That means that the same students will be in all of your classes for the entire program, start to finish. Cohort group learning has proven to be very effective for adult learners because it creates a community of professionals who can study together, provide support, discuss common on-the-job problems, and offer networking opportunities.
Fall 2020 Schedule
New cohorts will begin at our Milton and Plymouth campuses in Fall 2020.
A PDF file of the course descriptions can be opened or downloaded from the link below:
Excellent educational professionals:
To prepare skilled, knowledgeable educators with the creativity to instigate change, the caring to advocate for children and adult learners, and the skill and knowledge to advance learning and growth for all students.
Thoughtful, analytical, and effective leaders:
To develop education leaders with the skepticism, critical analysis, and synthesis ability, contextual knowledge and communication skills to identify problems, craft solutions, and lead efforts towards positive change.
Meet and/or exceed all applicable Department of Education standards:
To align all course objectives will applicable DOE standards to ensure that the College's programs meet or exceed all state expectations in its licensure programs.
Preparing Excellent Educators:
Curry graduates should be:
Preparing reflective, analytical and effective leaders:
Curry graduates should be:
Meeting/Exceeding State Standards: