Earn a Graduate Degree Online at Wheelock College
Applicants must submit an online application, an essay, a resume, academic transcripts, and three letters of reference.
Is STEM Education right for you?
Working professionals have busy schedules that can make it difficult to attain a higher level of education, whether the goal is personal fulfillment or career advancement. Wheelock College has the solution: Online degree programs that allow you to attend class from anywhere with an Internet connection.
In your search for an online degree program, we know you are faced with many options. Wheelock is distinguished as a source for online education by its nearly 125-year record of academic excellence, the thought leadership that continues to evolve from its bricks-and-mortar campus in Boston, and its focus on the college's mission: to improve the lives of children and families.
As an online degree student, you will receive an outstanding education that is as high in quality as that of our on-campus students—including the same faculty, coursework, curricular goals, and expectations—but you will be able to work from anywhere that has Internet access.
STEM Education Program
MS in Educational Studies: Achieving Excellence in Teaching Math and Science (STEM Education): This 30-credit degree program focuses on STEM education, specifically mathematics and science content, and effective teaching methods for teachers of elementary school students in grades 1-6.
(Wheelock also offers online courses to non-matriculated students, those who are not enrolled in a degree program. Visit our Online Courses web page learn more about our individual online courses.)
Online Learning Technology
At Wheelock, we strive to make your online experience as seamless as possible. All of our online education courses use state-of-the-art online learning technology, which means you will have a consistent format in each of the classes you take. In your account, you will have access to everything you need, including your course syllabus, staff information, discussion boards, and information about how to access Wheelock support services (including financial aid, writing help, academic advising, disability services, and access to our extensive library-physically and online).
For many students, graduate study is a significant financial investment. Financial aid is available for our online programs. Visit Wheelock's Financial Aid web pages to learn how to afford a Wheelock education.
The next enrollment period begins in May 2013.
Call the Wheelock College Online Admissions Advising Center:
Educational Studies programs: 855-509-6605 (toll-free)