Skip to main content area Skip to main navigation Skip to institutional navigation Skip to footer

Graduate Programs

Master of Education Fellowship Programs

  • Graduate Fellowship Information Session

     

    Wednesday, October 28, 2015, 6:00 - 7:30 pm

    Murray Lounge, Sakowich Campus Center

    Learn more about Merrimack’s Graduate Fellowship Programs at our Information Session. Talk with our program directors, hear more about admission requirements and how to apply, and more.

Dynamic and focused, the Fellowship programs at Merrimack College link theory with action and classroom learning with real-world experiences.

Our highly selective, full-tuition fellowships offer unparalleled opportunities for hands-on field experiences.  Fellows do a clinical residency on site while taking a full load of master’s courses - enabling them to earn a Master of Education degree (M.Ed.) in one year. 

What’s the difference between the traditional program and a fellowship?  View the comparison chart.

  • Year-long fellowships cover all tuition for the 36-credit M.Ed. program.
  • Coursework begins in late May and ends the following June.
  • Fellowships are open to bachelor-degree holders across all disciplines.
  • Fellows benefit from experienced mentors, college supervisors, and advisors who support their learning.