Graduate Education Programs
Our M.S in Education programs are developed in consultation with leading educators and taught by expert faculty who are active practitioners in the field. Classes meet every other week, on Saturday and Sunday, to readily accommodate the schedules of working adults. You can complete some of the program coursework in just 18 months, or take up to three years to finish. All programs are offered via the College’s quarter system, and lead to the Master of Science degree (M.S. in Ed.) and to eligibility for New York State Certification.
We invite you to learn more about our M.S in Education Programs:
- Childhood Education
- Teacher of Students with Disabilities
- Childhood Education and Students with Disabilities – Dual Program
- Adolescence Education
- Adolescence Education and Students with Disabilities
- Teacher of Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
Speak to us about applying to a Graduate Education Program at Dominican College today!
Assistant Director for Graduate Admissions
Graduate Program Info Session
Meet admissions staff and learn what sets Dominican College graduate programs apart. Learn about deadlines, prerequisites, and application requirements and find out how you can manage our flexible programs. This session meets on Zoom every Thursday at noon and 5:30 p.m.