Join us for an Instagram Live Q&A about Stonehill's graduate education programs in inclusive education.

Stonehill College has reimagined and expanded its graduate education program offerings to better meet the needs of those committed to embracing teaching practices that foster social justice and democracy. Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, director of graduate education, and Katherine Marin, associate professor of education, will answer your questions and explain the work the College is doing to refocus our lens on inclusivity and meaningful access and engagement for all students.

Join the Instagram Live

Follow @profkeefe on Instagram, and join the Instagram Live when it begins at 7 p.m. EST on Thursday, January 14, 2021.

Inclusive Education Offerings

Stonehill College offers graduate certificate, master's degree, and licensure and non-licensure program options in inclusive education-related areas.

The Inclusive Education Master's Degree Program fosters the skills you need to create and lead equitable classrooms that encompass a range of student needs and promote equity, social justice, diversity and accessibility.

This program leads to a master's degree and a specialization in understanding autism spectrum disorder, a specialization in diversity, equity and inclusivity, or a Massachusetts initial licensure as a Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities, PreK-8 or 5-12.

The Diversity, Equity & Inclusivity (DEI) Graduate Certificate Program prepares you to lead and create spaces that promote diversity, equity and inclusivity as well as embrace practices that foster social justice and democracy.

This program is offered fully online. 

The Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Graduate Certificate Program prepares you to be a knowledgeable, reflective, caring and flexible educator while working with specialized populations, including those with ASD.

This program has online, on-campus and off-campus options available.

Our Inclusive Education (licensure only) Program you to create and lead an inclusive classroom environment for diverse student populations in grades 5-12. This program is for those who already hold a master’s degree and it leads to Massachusetts initial licensure as a Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities, 5-12.