Off-Campus Education Masters Programs
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You have just taken the first step toward obtaining your Master's Degree at the University of Saint Joseph, one of the most popular cohort programs in Connecticut.
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Financial Aid & Pay-As-You-Go Plans
There are 2 ways to pay for the University of Saint Joseph's cohort Master’s Programs; Financial Aid or a "Pay-As-You-Go Plan.”
My team and I are here to help you with this. This part of the process can often be confusing for students. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have regarding this. I can be reached at (800) 956-8503..
The majority of our students use financial aid to pay for the program. While many students mistakenly think that they won’t qualify for financial aid, there are Stafford Loans available that are not based on need.
I have included step by step directions below regarding applying for financial aid and how to enroll in a pay-as-you-go plan.
Earn Your Master's Degree
In your area one night a week.
Research-Based Learning Interventions
(Develop strategies to create an effective tiered classroom, grades K-12)
Curriculum & Instruction
(Advance your planning and teaching skills across the curriculum)
(Develop skills for working with students of varying abilities, grades K-12)
- Educational Technology
(Focus on meeting the reading needs of all learners, grades K-6)
Special Education Master's w/ Cross Endorsement
(Complete requirements for Comp. Spec. Ed. PK-12 Cross Endorsement)
Special Education Master's w/ ASD Graduate Certificate
(Enrich your career and gain proficiency on the topic of Autism Spectrum Disorder)
Want to learn more about these programs and how to apply?
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Entire Program Conducted In or Near Your School
- New Haven
- Classes meet one night a week, same night for the entire program
- 2 year or less completion time, including breaks
- No weekend classes
- Course make-up options available
- No thesis required; comprehensive exam in lieu of thesis
- Transfer credits considered
Reduced Tuition for Teachers
- Tuition is guaranteed throughout the program.
- Financial aid & "pay as you go" plans are available.
- Student loan payments may be deferred until program completion.
- Teacher Loan Forgiveness of up to $5,000 is available for teachers who teach for five years in low-income schools and meet other requirements.
- TEACH Grant Program provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to teachers who intend to teach in a K-12 school that serves students from low-income
families. This program applies to specific subject areas.
Accredited Quality Programs
- These programs are arranged and made possible by the K-12 Teachers Alliance in cooperation with the University of Saint Joseph.
- The University of Saint Joseph is a non-profit university that is accredited by the
New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
- Accredited continuously by the Connecticut State Department of Education.
- Ranked in the Top Tier of Regional Colleges in the north by U.S. News and World Report in 2012.
- 2012 College of Distinction and Top Military Friendly Colleges & Universities Honoree.
*The repayment example set forth above is for illustrative purposes only and was calculated based on a standard amortization Federal Stafford Loan assuming a loan amount of $14,850, a payment term of 10 years, and a fixed interest rate equal to 6.8%. Loan amount of $14,850 is based on the total tuition price for the Master of Arts in Education degree for the 2013-2014 school year. Your total loan amount may vary based on program selection. The loan calculator used in this example is available at www.finaid.org. It is your responsibility to verify your eligibility by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov. All loans are subject to federal student aid guidelines. The actual interest rate may change periodically based on federal regulations. If you elect to defer payments until graduation, loan interest may accrue during deferment.