New England Colleges Online Program Earns Top Rankings by U.S. News and World Report
Henniker, NH- New England College has been ranked 46 among the hundreds of higher education institutions included in U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 Best Online Graduate Education Program Rankings. To rank, U.S. News considers several factors including admission selectivity, level of accreditation, and academic and career support services.
“We are thrilled for this recognition and are proud of our programs,” said Dr. Michele Perkins, President of New England College. “I encourage anyone interested in graduate education to check us out.”
The Master of Education programs at New England College are designed to develop teacher leadership as part of the ongoing goals to improve quality of instruction and student success in schools. NEC aims to assist teachers and other school leaders to enhance their knowledge and skills in order to lead their schools in an ever changing world.
The 37 credit Master of Education program offers concentrations in curriculum and instruction, literacy, special education, school climate leadership, and school principal. Students who have already earned a Masters in Education may enroll in the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study program for all of the concentration areas.
New England College offers a variety of graduate programs to help students meet their professional goals.
For more information, please visit http://www.nec.edu/sgps.
About New England College
New England College emphasizes experiential learning as an essential component in the development of an enduring academic community. Building upon a strong liberal arts foundation, we challenge our students to reach their full potential through informed discourse and the pursuit of excellence in a framework of academic freedom. New England College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Inc. (NEASC) through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. The Teacher Education Program (and the majors in Elementary Education, Physical Education, Secondary Education, and Special Education) are approved by the New Hampshire Department of Education.
Published: February 5, 2013