According to the United States Department of Education, nearly every state in our country is experiencing a teacher shortage in one or more subject areas. Most critical teacher shortages have been identified in the areas of mathematics, special education, science, world languages, career and technical education and English as a second language teachers. You have arrived here to meet this need.
The mission of Chestnut Hill College’s Masters of Education program is to develop school leaders who possess the characteristics of educators who are able to utilize instructional approaches guided by pedagogical goals to address the intellectual, social/emotional and physiological needs of students across all particular teaching contexts. Program goals are consistently informed by best-practice research literature on teaching and learning. Students working toward completion of the Masters or Post-baccalaureate certification in Education are required to complete program-specific coursework consisting of a range of 33 to 59 graduate credits. Graduate education students are able to complete Masters-level and/or Post- baccalaureate certification within an average of between 18 to 36 months. read more