Princeton Center Teacher Education (PCTE) students are invited to obtain graduate credit for their Montessori training through The Institute for Educational Studies (TIES) at Endicott College, an internationally recognized Montessori graduate program that will begin its 20th year in 2015. Endicott College is located in Beverly, Massachusetts, just north of Boston. This program continues to be a forerunner in online education.
The Institute for Educational Studies (TIES) at Endicott College has reached agreement with the Princeton Center Teacher Education (PCTE). This agreement allows current students to receive credit for work completed at PCTE while simultaneously enrolled in our M.Ed. in Montessori Integrative Learning. To earn your M.Ed. requires 36 credits. There are no required residencies on the physical campus. Credits are earned through Endicott’s innovative eCampus.
Please visit the program website at www.ties-edu.org. The descriptions there provide insight into the context of the program. We also encourage you to read the Program Commentaries page. The web site is where you will find the online graduate school application.
For more information, contact Carol Adams, TIES-Endicott Admissions, at email@example.com.
Attention PCTE students! As a one-time courtesy to recent graduates of PCTE, TIES at Endicott College will provide you with partial credit for the work you completed during your Montessori teacher training if you matriculate for Fall 2015. You will receive a $1500 tuition reduction* for each of the three semesters: September 2015 – February 2016, March 2016-August 2016 and September 2016 – February 2017. This is equivalent to 12 credits for completing the PCTE program.
*This 12-credit reduction will provide a savings of $4500. Based on the 2015-2015 tuition rates this means you will receive a credit of $1500 for each semester (total of $4500), reducing the tuition from $6623 to $5123 per semester.