Boston University School of Education’s diverse graduate offerings range from 16-credit non-degree certificates to master’s degrees and post-master’s certificates and doctoral degrees. Program areas include counseling, curriculum and teaching, developmental studies, leadership and policy, and many others.
Please visit the following degree pages to view a full list of programs along with descriptions and course requirements.
- Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT): This 12-month program prepares liberal arts graduates to become middle or high school teachers and may lead to Initial teaching licensure.
- Master of Education (EdM): Our varied Master of Education offerings prepare students to become professional educators, counselors, administrators, and leaders. Some programs may lead to licensure.
- Master of Mathematics for Teaching (MMT): This program is designed for math teachers seeking a content-rich experience to help strengthen their work in the classroom.
- Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS): Our flexible post-master’s certificate programs are designed to help students increase their knowledge of research, theory, and practice in various areas of study.
- Doctor of Education (EdD): Our intensive post-master’s doctoral degrees allow students to focus on research, policy, teaching and learning, or professional development while working closely with the faculty.
- 16-Credit Certificate: Our non-degree graduate certificates provide students an opportunity to study a specific subject area for professional development purposes.
For information on admission to any of our graduate programs, please visit the Admissions section of our website.