Marlboro College Graduate School

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Downtown Brattleboro, Vermont in early May, 2010. Marlboro College Graduate School is the five story building in the lower left.

Marlboro College Graduate School [1] was founded in 1997 by Marlboro College in Marlboro, Vermont. It is accredited [2] with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and located at 28 Vernon Street in Downtown Brattleboro, Vermont, approximately 12 miles from Marlboro College. The graduate school uses a blended learning model that combines online learning with small face-to-face classes that meet after work or on weekends.

Marlboro College Graduate School.

Current programs include:

  • Master of Arts in Teaching with Technology
  • Master of Arts in Teaching for Social Justice (includes K-12 teacher licensure)
  • Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
  • Master of Business Administration in Managing for Sustainability
  • Master of Science in Management - Health Care Administration
  • Master of Science in Information Technologies
  • Master of Science in Managing Mission-Driven Organizations
  • Bachelor of Science completion program in Managing Information Systems (online)
  • Continuing education courses
  • Certificates

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Coordinates: 42°51′01″N 72°33′22″W / 42.85026°N 72.55618°W / 42.85026; -72.55618