Master of Education in Teacher Education (Online)

Merrimack College offers a variety of teacher education online programs that prepare students for Massachusetts teacher licensure. Click below to explore some of Merrimack's online programs directly:

We also offer a non-licensure program: M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction

Through coursework and field-based experiences, you will develop an understanding of subject matter knowledge, curriculum design, instructional strategies, observation and assessment, communication, and collaboration with families and the community. Use the Career Insight tool below to see real-time labor market data on jobs in this field.

Working Warriors: Fotini Karabinas ’20 Forges Her Path as a Technology Teacher Assistant with Northbridge Public Schools

Fotini Karabinas ’20 made her mark on Merrimack, and now, she’s doing the same in the public school system. While she pursued two bachelor’s degrees in history and secondary education, Fotini worked on and off campus in several capacities. As …

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Working Warriors: Gabi Scheff M’22 Finds A Home in Her Multicultural Initiatives Fellowship at Merrimack

Gabi Scheff M’22 has found a new path at Merrimack, coming off a decade-long career in the entertainment industry to pursue her master’s in clinical mental health counseling. But she is not just a student — she’s one of our incredible …

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Finding Your Way, and Finding It Again: A Recap of the Human Development and Human Services Career Panel

On Oct. 28, the School of Education and Social Policy welcomed a panel of star-studded alumni back to Merrimack to tell the tale of their career journeys. The panel consisted of six professionals: Dr. Rachel Aghara, Amanda Hoover ’16, Jessica …

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One, Two, AWATO’s Coming For You—And So Are The Rest Of Our Tech Resources!

 With just a few weeks left in the current fall semester, it’s a spooktacular time to look into what resources the O’Brien Center for Career Development has for you! Trust me — we know there’s nothing scarier than the internship/job search. …

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5 Tips for How to Research A Company & Land the Job

With Merrimack College’s first ever virtual Fall Internship & Career Fair less than 20 days away, now is a better time than ever to start looking at the over 60 companies in attendance this semester! An important rule of thumb for …

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