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New M.Ed. in middle school education to be outlined in webinar

Posted 03/01/18

Fitchburg State University’s Office of Graduate and Continuing Education will hold a free webinar at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 28 for educators interested in their new Master of Education in Middle School Education program.

The 30-minute webinar will cover curriculum, admissions and application requirements and more, and attendees will have their admission application fees waived.

The new program is offered in a low-residency, online/hybrid format, meaning some courses will be offered fully online while others may have one or two Saturday meetings. The program features a seven-week rotation of classes, allowing students to focus on one class at a time and maintain half-time status throughout the year, which satisfies the enrollment requirement for financial aid or student loans.

The M.Ed. in Middle School Education, initial license (grades 5-8) includes licensure options for English, history, mathematics or general science.

For more information or to register, please visit

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