Master's Degree in Inclusive Education

The Master’s Degree in Inclusive Education will lead to a Massachusetts Initial license as a Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities PreK-8

Earn Your Master's in Inclusive Education

Our Graduate Teacher Education program at Stonehill College prepares teachers to be leaders and critical thinkers.  Schools today are complex and diverse communities — reflecting a landscape rich with individual differences. Teachers in our program are prepared using a unique combination of theoretical and practical experiences. This approach ensures their ability to create and lead equitable spaces where difference is valued while at the same time preparing them for the realities and challenges of the classroom and the profession.

Our courses have a heavy emphasis on access to the curriculum, and cover:

  • Educational equity, social justice, and democratic education
  • The Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
  • Positive Behavior Support (PBS)
  • Curricular innovations, assistive technology, and accessibility
  • Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
  • Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
“Schools today must strive to be inclusive environments, and teachers in our program are prepared to be leaders in creating equitable spaces where difference is valued.”
Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, Director of Graduate Teacher Education

Why Stonehill?

  • 30–36 credits based on prior coursework
  • Experiential learning via research, partnership, and community opportunities
  • Social justice mission to foster graduates who think, act, and lead with courage
  • Accessible well resourced campus
  • Faculty with well established expertise in field
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