Endicott College


Endicott College graduate programs are housed in the Van Loan School. There are several online master’s programs and some accelerated bachelor’s -to master’s programs available through the school.

The program in applied behavioral science is a master of education degree that requires 40 credit hours of study. It is 100 percent online or available as a hybrid. The program involves an intensive practicum but does not require GRE or GMAT exams. The degree is available as an M.Ed. in Applied Behavioral Analysis plus Mental Health, an M.Ed. in Applied Behavioral Analysis plus Organizational Behavior Management or an M.Ed. in Applied Behavioral Analysis plus Childhood Clinical Disorders.

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The M.Ed. in Behavioral Analysis is also available as a “5th Year” program which is an accelerated program that allows students to earn both a bachelor’s degree and the master’s in five years. The master’s component contains 36 credits. Endicott graduates can waive up to two electives. Practicum begins the first summer term after baccalaureate graduation, and the program is completed the following year (15 months).

The M.Ed. In Autism and Applied Behavioral Analysis requires 22 credits in Applied Behavioral Analysis, nine in Autism and nine in electives. This program is also available as a “5th Year” offering. There are 39 credits in the master’s portion of the program. Students complete a research thesis or a professional capstone project. Six credits of psychology, education or applied behavioral analysis are completed during the undergraduate portion so that the degree is completed 15 months after baccalaureate graduation.

The M.Ed. in Special Education and Autism, Moderate Degree is available in two tracks. The Initial Licensure is for those who have just received teaching credentials and requires the completion of 40 credit-hours. The Professional Licensure track requires 51 credit-hours of coursework.

There is also a 5th Year M.Ed. which is a generalist degree and available with concentrations in reading and literacy, moderate disabilities, severe disabilities, elementary education, early childhood education or secondary education.

Fifth year students are eligible for the teaching fellowship program in which students agree to teach for a year in a community where they get teaching experience and earn a master’s degree. In return, the partnering school pays for the master’s program.

The M.Ed. In International Education is either 100 percent online or a blended program with summer courses abroad. It is available with concentrations in administration, ESL, technology iIntegration or curriculum development and supervision.

There is an online Master of Science in Homeland Security that addresses the areas of terrorism, emergency management and cybersecurity. The faculty is drawn from the military, FBI, DHS and FEMA. This is also available as a 5th year program.

The M.Ed. in Higher Education Leadership is a 36-credit program that focuses on areas like Theories of Higher Education Learning and Professional and Personal Development for Learners. The program requires completion of a thesis.

The MBA is available online as either a regular program or in the 5th Year format. Requirements vary based on student education and experience. It requires two field studies. There are several prerequisite courses, 18 credits in core courses and 12 in electives. The 36-credit-hour program can be earned with concentrations in finance, entrepreneurship, operations management, project management or marketing.

There are several nursing programs that are offered online as well. Students can earn the Master of Science in Nursing- Family Nurse Practitioner, MSN- Global Health Nursing, MSN -Nursing Educator, MSN-Nursing Administration. The degree also comes as a 5th Year degree RN-to-MSN .

There are several other degrees in the online master’s offering as well as certificates such as the Post Master’s Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator and Administrator.

About Endicott College

This school was founded in 1939 as a two-year college to empower women to be independent. It has 23 bachelor’s programs and 27 concentrations offered through eight schools.

Graduate programs are offered through the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies. The student body has 3,385 undergraduates, and most classes have fewer than 20 students. Endicott has an impressive four-year-graduation rate of 72 percent. The student-to-faculty ratio is 13:1.

Endicott College Accreditation Details

  • Northeast Commission of the Higher Learning Commission
  • Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
  • Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration
  • Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
  • Commission on Sport Management Accreditation
  • Council for Interior Design Accreditation
  • Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Endicott College Application Requirements

Undergraduate students applying to the college must complete an online application, pay a $50 application fee, arrange for the college to receive the student’s official high school transcript and official standard test scores. They must also submit a letter of recommendation form a counselor or teacher.

Graduate students applying to the Van Loan School must complete the proper form according to their student designation, specify a program and submit the $50 non-refundable application fee along with their official transcripts of undergraduate work completed and any required tests scores. They need two letters of recommendation and must complete a 250-500 word essay. Graduate students also need to interview with the faculty and submit any additional materials required by their programs.

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition at Van Loan School varies by program. For instance, the MBA is $761 per credit-hour, and there is a $1,350 per course fee in addition to that. The M.Ed. programs are $507 per credit-hour and the nursing programs are $798.

Students are encouraged to complete the FAFSA form to apply for financial aid. Additionally, the Van Loan School has some scholarship opportunities which have separate application forms.

Graduate programs generally have less options available to them for financial aid, and online programs restrict that aid search even more because online students cannot apply for assistantships.

Still, many employers will assist their employees in getting a graduate degree, and there are some corporate and service organizations that offer graduate assistance as well. External scholarships are often funded by individuals and those can be found through Internet searches.

Graduate students at Endicott College should not neglect to check special population funds either. These opportunities are available to native people, people of color and other populations.

Most people will use more than one source to pay for their degree programs at Endicott College.

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