NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- (Marketwire) -- 01/11/13 -- Are you a teacher or an aspiring teacher seeking additional education? At Manhattanville College's School of Education, you'll discover a variety of programs with flexible schedules including online, day or accelerated learning that can meet every interest or need. Most importantly, you'll enjoy a supportive community that offers personalized advising and a beautiful campus that provides a convenient "one stop shop" for all student services and needs.
Manhattanville College's School of Education has something for everyone interested in pursuing a career in education. For would-be teachers, our five-year BA/MAT undergraduate teaching degree or graduate programs is the perfect start to a rewarding career. Seasoned teachers wishing to give their career a boost can take advantage of our certification and graduate school programs. Our range of programs also includes areas in childhood, early childhood, secondary education, TESOL, physical education, special education, curriculum & instruction - and even an Education Doctoral Program through our Educational Leadership degree program - to suit the interests of all our students.
Manhattanville College's School of Education is a special community that offers a rich campus experience that nurtures and supports its students and alumni. Here students can benefit from our full onsite academic services, extensive summer programs, mentoring and career development, student chapters of professional organizations and robust alumni support. For these reasons and more, a Manhattanville student's experiences don't end at graduation - the relationships they cultivate continue throughout a lifetime.
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