Teachers College offers three exclusively online degree programs:
This Online program is part of the M.A. in Computing in Education and shares that program's goals. The Online M.A. focuses on the subset of students in the Computing in Education program who teach in K-12 schools or who have an interest in working with technology in schools. All courses needed to complete the degree are offered online.
The Diabetes Education and Management Program is an interdisciplinary 36-credit Master of Science degree — the first of its kind. We will equip clinicians and care managers with a greater understanding of how diabetes develops and evolves across different populations; how to help patients manage treatment of 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.
Starting in Fall 2015, we are taking applications for the Fall 2016 launch of our two new Nursing Education Programs. They include a program leading to a Doctorate in Education (EdD) and an academic certificate program. Both programs are entirely online to provide maximum flexibility for busy nurse professionals seeking advanced training in Nursing Education.