Courses will move to online virtual classrooms for the 2020-2021 Fall, Winter and Spring sessions to meet the guidelines for the coronavirus (COVID-19). All courses will meet virtually at the times scheduled unless the course is noted as asynchronous or to be determined.
Teaching credentials from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts are valuable—MA is #1 in the nation for education and is among the top 10 highest-paying states for teachers. And a graduate degree from Gordon’s nationally ranked School of Education—recognized as a top school for teaching the science of reading instruction and teaching reading to students with dyslexia—can help you earn those credentials and achieve your education career goals in a fast, personalized and affordable way.
Whether you are a career-changer or already an educator, Gordon offers dozens of programs to help you earn your initial license, professional license, Education Specialist degree or subsequent credentials.PROGRAMS & DEGREES
Deepen your practice through targeted training courses and certification programs (both online and in-person) like Social and Emotional Learning, Sheltered English Immersion, Wilson Reading System and more.PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Gordon works hard to make your graduate education an affordable investment through low tuition rates as well as Federal Direct and private loans. Tuition and financial aid ➔
Graduate education faculty advise students from initial coursework through their practicum to match their strengths and skillset with their experience. Meet our instructors ➔
Set your own pace with schedules designed with adult students in mind, including Friday night and Saturday courses as well as once-a-week-night courses. New students have four opportunities throughout the year to begin their program. View schedules ➔
Get started right away (or dip your toes in the education field) by taking up to three courses before applying and being admitted to the program. Apply now ➔
Gordon’s campus—which ranks among the safest in the nation—is conveniently located less than one minute from Route 128 and offers ample parking for students. Directions ➔