Graduate & PD Courses

Educators Academy instructors are all native speakers with high credentials and excellent standards. Although our courses are usually organized on an eight week schedule, teachers may obtain an automatic extension catered to their needs within one year limit.  


Graduate Credits

  • Graduate Courses for degree completion, professional development, re-certification or salary advancement.

  • Courses taken for Colorado State University – Pueblo (CSU-Pueblo) earn graduate credits which can transfer to graduate degree program or count for the 12 credit option for professional licensure in Massachusetts.

  • Teachers will obtain 3 graduate credits and professional development points (67.5) upon completion of our graduate courses.


Professional Development Points for French and Spanish Teachers

Educators Academy is an approved Professional Development Provider by Massachusetts Department of Education for Secondary and Elementary (DESE).

  • Teachers can audit our graduate courses to obtain a certificate of completion for Professional Development Points only. The MA DESE will convert a 3 credit graduate course into 67.5 PDPs  (1 semester hour = 22.5 PDPs)



  • 67.5 Professional Development Points - $299

  • 3 Fully Transferable Graduate credits / 67.5 PDPs - $599


2021 Spring Semester Course Registration   

Work at your own pace. Registration is open now until March 13.

2021 Summer Semester Course Registration   

Summer semester is May 15 to September 15. Work at your own pace. Registration for summer starts on May 1, 2021.

** Withdrawals and Refund Policy **

A student is entitled to a refund of tuition according to the following schedule:

  • Withdrawals received by end of the first week of course                                          Full Refund*

  • Withdrawals received in the second week of the course                                           50% Refund

  • Withdrawals received after the second week of the course                                      No Refund

​* If a student downloaded more than 30% of the class material, a full refund cannot be made.

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*NEW* ED501 Images, Theories and Practices of Justice for Teachers 5-12

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This course survey a variety of conversations about the major issues of social conflict and social change. The main idea is to give the students/teachers a broader picture of our society and its communities interactions. Using films, videos, readings, and games, this class explores the major sources of inequalities in our society such as race, gender, education, immigration, climate change, and disabilities. These topics will be presented with an introductory theoretical discussion and will be complemented with a movie, video or documentary that illustrates how these dynamics work in different scenarios. The material presented in class will be based on historical situations and, as part of the discussion, the students/teachers will develop different activities and class dynamics they can use in the classroom. These activities will enhance the comprehension of these topics and the historical background that has influenced them. The focus of this class is to create awareness to impact different educational environments in our communities. That way, we can create the conditions for a social change that translate in the wellbeing of our schools and communities. This course is taught in English.

3 Graduate Credits

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