Reach and teach all populations with equal parts passion and scholarship.

At Emmanuel’s School of Education, you will train in current theory and research-based practice in the design, delivery, and management of curriculum and instruction, from the exploration of access and equity in the history of American education to in-class instruction and site placements. Using Boston as an extended classroom, you will explore a variety of learning styles and instructional methods to meet the needs of all students.

The School’s undergraduate programs in elementary and secondary education prepare students to be leaders in creating—in their classrooms and communities—a culture of collaborative inquiry centered on student learning and healthy development and deeply rooted in social justice. Practical knowledge and real-world training with a focus on urban education and culturally responsive teaching come together to help students build a thriving classroom—and a successful career.

We also offer an online Master of Education and graduate certificate programs in Instructional Design, Sheltered English Immersion, and Moderate Disabilities, providing you with the professional credentials to support in-demand specializations within education. 

The School of Education is truly a vibrant, creative and supportive community of teaching and learning. I hope you sense this excitement as you learn more about our programs.

Sr. Karen Hokanson, SNDdeN, Ed.D., Dean of the School of Education