Students who want to deepen their knowledge of the criminal justice system and study criminal behavior can complete a master's degree in criminal justice online. Earning a master's degree can help graduates take on leadership roles in the justice system or work on research or policy analysis.
The Master of Education (MEd) in School and Applied Child Psychology blended program is designed for individuals who are intending to work as school psychologists or are interested in applied psychology in school or community settings.
Finding the right online psychology program requires a big investment in time and energy. However, students don’t have to go it alone. The following page helps prospective students interested in pursuing a psychology degree through distance education locate online degree programs that best suit their needs.
Our online, part-time programs are designed for educators and other professionals who wish to improve their professional practice and/or take their career to the next level.
As many students of online masters in education are currently full-time teachers looking to advance in their careers through working and completing coursework simultaneously, we’ve weighted flexibility and the affordability of programs highly. Because most online programs closely mirror traditional programs from the parent institution, we’ve also included a rank for the quality of the parent institution’s school of education. Check out the best Masters in Education programs available fully online below.
Institutions of higher education in Massachusetts continue to work towards improved and affordable online education. The forward-thinking New England Board of Higher Education has done much to support regional cooperation of higher education institutions across six states, most notably with the creation of the cost-saving Regional Student Program “Tuition Break” that enables students at public colleges to take advantage of shared educational opportunities and tuition breaks in traditional and online course formats. In 2013-14, some 9,533 New England residents participated in the program, saving an estimated total of $56 million on tuition.
When people think of scholarships, they tend to concentrate on those awards that target graduating high school seniors or college undergraduates. But there are a wide range of scholarships aimed at younger students as well. These programs are open to middle school and high school students, between the ages of 13 and 17, who have set their sights on college and are beginning to build their education fund.