Students and professionals enhance their knowledge and advance their careers through several certificate programs. Each program can be completed on its own or as part of a master’s degree.
Learn the key strategies for helping atypical learners thrive in Catholic classrooms.
Grasp critical aspects of working in settings where instruction takes place in two languages
Study effective practices for assisting bilingual or English language learners and their families.
Complete a rigorous but rewarding path; our teacher education program exceeds the minimum requirements for licensure set by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Gain insight into how Catholic schools serve urban students during this two-year post-graduate volunteer teaching program.
As ASD diagnoses continue to rise, hone your understanding of the disorder and how to meet students’ needs.
This certificate equips professionals with knowledge of current research and theory related to early childhood, the policy landscape, diversity, and theories of leadership.
Discover how to flourish as a K–12 teacher in urban schools through an intensive one-year M.Ed. program that leads to licensure.
Choose from a range of competencies offered by the country’s oldest and most established deafblindness teacher preparation program.
This specialization is designed for practicing educators who teach in a range of inclusive schooling contexts, but who feel underprepared to meet their students’ needs.