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GROUPS: To enroll a group, please contact Lorie Spencer at 617-879-2376 or lspencer@wheelock.edu.

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The pace of change being experienced by social service professionals and their clients can be overwhelming without broader perspectives, new methods, and improved practices. If you are interested in taking a class or two to stay on top of your profession, to get to know Wheelock, to earn credits, or just to learn something new, we welcome you to our non-matriculated students program.

(If you're currently an enrolled Wheelock student, please register using the MyWheelock portal.)

Discounts are available for organizations or school districts enrolling groups of students in the same courses. To register a group, please contact Lorie Spencer at 617-879-2376 or lspencer@wheelock.edu.

MTEL Prep Classes

Wheelock College offers prep courses  to the general public to prepare for the following MTEL (Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure) tests: Early Childhood; Communication and Literacy Skills: Reading Subtest; Communication and Literacy Skills: Writing Subtest; General Curriculum: Multisubject Subtest; and the General Curriculum: Mathematics Subtest.

Visit our MTEL Prep web page to see which courses are currently available and to register.

Special Graduate Course Opportunity

MLE 505: SEI Language, Literacy, and Content

In this state-approved, graduate SEI course from Wheelock College, you will develop and apply knowledge of second language acquisition to effective instruction and assessment for English language learners. The course introduces design and classroom implementation of sheltered lessons that integrate content and academic language goals. This course is open to core and non-core Licensed educators in public, private, and parochial settings who are NOT currently enrolled in a Wheelock licensure program. The course includes 13 face-to-face class sessions and an online component.

MLE 505 leads to the Massachusetts Sheltered English Language Endorsement for licensed teachers.

Dates: January 17 - May 2, 2018 , Wednesdays, 5-8PM
Course Fee (including $10 registration fee): Just $900 for 4 graduate credits. We will honor two Wheelock vouchers for this course, on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like to pay using a Wheelock voucher, please contact Student Accounts at 617-879-2236. Learn more/download the course flier.

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Spring 2018 Courses for Non-Matriculated Students

Course Levels and Prices

  • GRADUATE COURSES: $1,080 per graduate credit ($720 per credit for audit/non-credit), plus a $10 registration fee per course
  • UNDERGRADUATE COURSES: $1,090 per undergraduate credit, plus a $10 registration fee per course

Notes: Those paying with a Wheelock voucher pay only the $10 registration fee for any course. You must hold a bachelor's degree to earn graduate credit for any listed courses that include a for-credit option.

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AUT 545  Autism: Programs, Services, and Supports for Building Social Communication and Interaction
Fridays (5-8PM) and Saturdays (8AM-4PM)
Dates: Feb. 9/10, March 23/24, April 27/28
Instructor: Meghan Montgomery
GRAD Explore social communication skills for individuals with autism in multidisciplinary settings. This course is appropriate for classroom teachers, counselors, parents, medical professionals, and speech, physical and occupational therapists. For teachers who already hold a Massachusetts license, this course is one of five leading to endorsement in Autism by the Department of Education.
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MUS 245 Black Heritage Musical Films
Jan. 17-May7, 2018
Mon/Wed, 12-1:40PM
4 Undergraduate credits
Leland Clarke
UG Examines the successes, conflicts, innovations and challenges of "independent" and mainstream Black heritage musical films. Considers their impact on society and on Black communities. Classes will consist of lectures, discussions, film screenings, team and individual presentations. Students will view assigned films outside of class.
NPL 530 Program Planning, Evaluation, and Marketing
Jan. 17-May 7, 2018
Mondays, 4-6:30PM
3 Graduate Credits
Irwin Nesoff
GRAD Provides theoretical and practical knowledge of program planning, evaluation, basic marketing theories, logic modeling and how to create and sustain effective programs and services. Drawing on their experiences in the field, students will have the opportunity to examine organizational issues and priorities providing a context for course materials and assignments.
NPL 540 Nonprofit Budgeting and Financial Management
Jan. 17-May 7, 2018
Mondays, 6:45-9:15PM
3 Graduate Credits
Instructor: TBA
GRAD Covers all aspects of nonprofit budgeting and financial management, including how to read, construct and modify a budget; understanding the different sources of funds; how to read a financial statement; creating program and organizational budges; and legal requirements.
NPL 610 Leading Organizational Change
Jan. 17-May 7, 2018
Mondays, 4-6:30PM
3 Graduate Credits
Michele Gibbons-Carr
GRAD Preparing students to engage in and lead organizational change, this course is designed to enhance understanding of organizational dynamics and behavior, leadership and the management of change. Change theories, approaches to leading and managing change and methods to overcome inherent fear of change with the goal of improving the organization will be covered.
NPL 850  Social Entrepreneurship
Jan. 17 - May 7, 2018
Mondays, 6:45-9:15PM
3 Graduate Credits
Michele Gibbons-Carr

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