The Molloy University Division of Education offers several advanced graduate degrees for educators who want to advance their personal and professional development. Students will be supported and mentored by experienced faculty as they learn new theories and practice new skills for the classroom and leadership in the education system.
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Featured Programs & Degrees
Molloy College offers graduate education for a variety of specializations. Students can earn their degree in as little as two years, by taking hybrid courses and evening courses.
- Early childhood education
- Childhood education
- Adolescent education in biology
- Social studies
- Special education on both childhood and adolescent levels
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) in grades Pre-K to12
- Educational technology
Depending on the program students may need teaching certification in order to apply. Learn more about the admissions process here.
This program may be completed part-time or full-time with courses offered on-campus and in a hybrid format.
Audra Cerruto, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Director of Graduate Education Programs
Doctor of Education (Ed. D.) in Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities
The Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities (Ed.D.) program is designed to prepare teachers, school administrators, related educational professionals and future professors for instructional leadership roles that embrace diversity, social justice, and equity.
Learn more about the admissions criteria here.
The program is offered in an executive, blended format. Each course meets for 25 hours of face-to-face class time on three weekends per semester (Friday nights – Saturday mornings), with an additional 15 hours of online learning and five hours of fieldwork.
Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld, Ed.D
Associate Dean and Ed.D Program Director
Professor of Education