Students come to the Carolyn A. and Peter S. Lynch School of Education and Human Development from an array of backgrounds. Whether you are a teacher, looking to refine your skills and expand your worldview to improve curriculum for the whole child, or you are an aspiring leader, passionate about affecting change in educational systems, the Lynch School now offers online master’s programs designed to fit your life. We aspire to serve educators who endeavor to make the world a better place.
How to Apply
To ensure that your application is eligible for consideration, please review this checklist:
- Complete your online Admissions Application
- Upload your Personal Statement
- Letters of Recommendation
- Official Transcripts
- Standardized Testing
- Application Fee
Review the detailed Admissions requirements for the:
- Master’s in Educational Leadership & Policy
- Master of Education in Global Perspectives: Teaching, Curriculum, and Learning Environments
To help you plan, here are the expected expenses of the 2020-2021 academic year.
Expense Cost per Academic Year Graduate Programs Cost Per Credit: $1,538 Identification Card Initial Fee: $45 Student Activity Fee (Full-time): $53 Student Activity Fee (Part-time): $37
A graduate degree from Boston College is an investment in your future. The Lynch School has a deep commitment to assisting academically qualified students to afford an excellent graduate education. The Office of Graduate Admission and Financial Aid in the Lynch School provide resources to aid students through both need-based and merit-based financial aid.
To learn more about our program tuition, browse available scholarships, and apply for federal financial aid, visit our Tuition & Aid site.
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Master’s in Educational Leadership
Global Perspectives: Teaching, Curriculum, & Learning Environments