After more than 20 years as a biochemist in the agriculture industry, the Connecticut native turned her passion for science into a teaching career after earning her master's degree online from The University of Scranton.
When it came time to prepare for a school leadership role, the Pennsylvania native turned again to The University of Scranton, enrolling in the MS in Educational Administration program offered 100% online.
As the daughter, sister, niece and cousin of alumni of The University of Scranton, there wasn't much mystery about where New Jersey teacher Sarah Kelly would pursue her graduate degree. After all, she knew firsthand about the unparalleled quality on offer at Scranton.
The New Jersey teacher said The University of Scranton’s 100% online program gave her the flexibility she needed to enhance her career options even as she worked full time, raised her children and cared for her ill husband.
The first-grade teacher wanted a graduate degree program that was focused, provided skills she could apply in her classroom and was 100% online. She found it at The University of Scranton.
In search of a Catholic, Jesuit institution with a good reputation, Ed Shannon found The University of Scranton to be the best fit for what he wanted in a graduate school.
A special education teacher in New Jersey, Dillon’s decision to further her education was fueled by the impact she has on her students and a desire to become a master of curriculum development.
New Jersey science teacher Stella Matera says she found a quality program that fit her schedule in The University of Scranton’s 100% online MS in Educational Administration.
The New Jersey high school teacher received a Bisk Foundation Teacher Education Scholarship to help with tuition costs as she pursued her graduate degree at The University of Scranton.
As the recipient of a Bisk Foundation Teacher Education Scholarship, Diana Mai will receive a tuition discount as she pursues her Master’s in Educational Administration at The University of Scranton.