Save time and money by starting work toward your MA in global inclusion and social development while you're still an undergrad! This option is for students in the Honors College, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department, and Human Rights Minor.
The Middle/Secondary Education master’s degree prepares you for initial licensure as a middle or high school teacher. Inquire your sophomore year and start taking graduate level courses your junior semester.
Save time and money by starting work toward your MA in rehabilitation counseling while you're still an undergrad! This option is for students in the Honors College, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department, and Human Rights Minor.
Located within an urban university, the Counseling Program is dedicated to the training of professionals who most likely will work in, and provide counseling and related activities to, individuals representing an urban and diverse population.
Through their research, students in the Early Childhood Education and Care PhD Program will address applied questions in policy and practice. The focus will be on young children, especially the first five years of life.
The Early Childhood (ECHD) graduate teacher education program leading to initial licensure Pre-K-2 is a 37-credit program. Our Early Childhood Community Professional (Non-Licensure) program is for early childhood educators working in the field.
Within a common framework, students in UMass Boston's Educational Administration MEd/CAGS Program specialize through their practicum/internship experiences in preparing for leadership roles in schools and community organizations.
Learn about elementary pedagogy and content across the curriculum areas. All students seeking elementary initial licensure (grades 1-6) take the 36-credit sequence of courses, which supports students in their graduate level learning process.
Whether you are switching careers, seeking a new opportunity, or looking to get a promotion, our master’s program in global inclusion and social development can help you reach the next level in your field.
The GISD PhD Program examines the interrelationships among health, wellness, social development, political participation, organizational behavior, and economic empowerment in the context of vulnerability.
The Mental Health MS online program meets the Massachusetts educational requirements for licensure as a mental health counselor (LMHC). The program begins with a two-week program at or near the UMass Boston campus where you’ll get to know your cohort.
UMass Boston's 60-credit hour MPCAC accredited program meets the educational requirements for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as well as in many states.
UMass Boston’s Middle/Secondary Education master’s degree prepares you for initial licensure as a middle school or high school teacher. As a public university with strong ties to local public school systems, there’s no better place to get your MEd.
Accredited by the American Psychological Association and approved by the National Association of School Psychologists, the School Psychology PhD program provides students with core psychology training and the ability to become licensed psychologists.
Our MEd in special education is focused on social justice in urban schools, emphasizing students with disabilities and the knowledge, dispositions, and practices necessary to combat disproportional representation. Several courses can be taken online.
Students will complete a course of study related to their selected teaching area: early childhood education (PreK-2), elementary education (grades 1-6), or selected subject areas in middle school or high school.
While focusing on urban school issues, this program recognizes the interconnectedness of such issues. We prepare educational leaders who represent a variety of backgrounds, striving to contribute to the public good.