Master's Degree in New Jersey
The College of New Jersey in partnership with Regional Training Center are celebrating 10 years of offering a 30-credit graduate degree program in instruction for licensed P-12 classroom practitioners.
The Master of Education in Instruction is a thematic, integrated, and practical graduate program, offered at multiple sites in New Jersey and online, through varied schedules, to meet the needs of busy educators.
The College of New Jersey
The College of New Jersey's strong academic traditions of quality and excellence began in 1855 as the first teacher training school in New Jersey (and the ninth in the nation). It is rate the No. 1 public institution in the northern region of the country by U.S. News & World Report. TCNJ's campus is located in suburban Ewing Township, between Trenton and Princeton. RTC courses have been fully approved by the faculty and administration of TCNJ, and may be utilized as elective credits in various graduate degree programs as well as in the Master of Education in Instruction.
The College of New Jersey is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The TCNJ/RTC program is approved by NCATE/CAEP and the NJ Department of Education.
For more information on TCNJ, click TCNJ RTC Graduate Program.
Learn more about program offerings and the application process by viewing this webinar.