Diabetes Education and Management
In the Department of Health & Behavior Studies
Welcome to the Program in Diabetes Education and Management
The Diabetes Education and Management Program offers an interdisciplinary 36-credit Master of Science degree — solely online. We equip clinicians and care managers with a greater understanding of how diabetes develops and evolves across different populations; how to help patients live well with their illness; how to develop, implement, and evaluate diabetes self-care management programs; and how to conduct advocacy at the national, state, and local levels. The program is offered entirely online.
Master of Science
The Master of Science in Diabetes Education and Management requires satisfactory completion of 36 course points and a Master’s Integrative Project. The program may be pursued full-time or part-time, but part-time students are encouraged to take at least 6 credits per semester to ensure timely completion of the program.
Certificate in Advanced Diabetes Topics
The Certificate in Advanced Diabetes Topics requires satisfactory completion of 16 course points. The program may be completed in three to five academic terms. Two courses are offered in the fall, one in the spring, and two in the summer term.
Connect With Diabetes Education and Management
Coordinator: Jane K. Dickinson, RN, PhD, CDE
Phone: (646) 389-6242
Our Students Say...
Juliet Jordan Joseph
"The rich discussions among classmates and the thought provoking questions and assignments from instructors have enhanced my learning and have provided me with the necessary tools to improve my practice."
"The program at Teachers College gave me the foundation to expand my role within my agency, and then achieve a new position at a different agency. "
"The Diabetes Education and Management Masters program is exactly what I was looking for to advance my knowledge in diabetes education and management. "
"The professors, courses and format in which the program is delivered are FIRST CLASS!"