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Welcome to the MCLA Division of Graduate and Continuing Education. 

This landing page serves as a resource for a range of courses, workshops, and programs that we support.  We encourage you to review these links and materials.  

Of course, do not hesitate to contact us.  



Degree Completion

Designed to support the non-traditional student who aspires to complete a Bachelor's degree.


Summer 2014 

Many fully online courses available!

Each year MCLA's Summer College offers some of the best courses that the campus has to offer. Get ahead of your year-round college program or take a course you haven't been able to fit in. For example, you can obtain the equivalent of two years of Spanish in just two six-week summer sessions through our foreign language institute. And educators can accomplish significant progress toward their Master's degrees by taking week-long intensive day courses and achieving 3-4 credits.

This year, MCLA has expanded the quantity of  online courses to support students who work and have family commitments.  

For more information link here


Summer camps for kids

Science/Robotics and Computer Programming camps for kids.   Link below for more information:


 

Continuing & Professional Education

 

Hans Nebel Violin Repair Workshop.   MCLA is very proud to be the preferred university by Hans J. Nebel, renowned violin repair expert,  to offer this program.  Nebel's advanced programs are built on an eight-part-cycle which offers a different topic each year.  Our 2014 summer program will include 4 one-week long workshops in June 2014.

Chapter 146 License Renewal meets Massachusetts General Laws license requirements. To see a listing of our non-credit license renewal 1 day workshops link here.

Adult Basic Education Program.  These programs support community members interested in earning a GED, learning English, and preparing for college and career.  Classes are free and offered both during day and in evening hours. Link here for more information.  Welcome to the MCLA Division of Graduate and Continuing Education. 

Online Learning/Ed2Go: In partnership with Ed 2 Go, one of the largest providers of online continuing noncredit education in the US, MCLA offers a library of courses online in topics of interest, each for $99. 


K-12 Educators 

Berkshire County Professional Development for PK-12 educators.   MCLA continues to partner with the Berkshire County Superintendents Roundtable and the Berkshire Readiness Center to offer professional development that supports current topics, license advancement, and district initiatives.  Link here for more information.

Open Corridor Schools, Inc.:  Professional Development Teacher Education Courses For more information, please go to:  http://stuschwartzman.com/theschools.html


Early Educators

Early Childhood Degree Completion Program.  Designed to support bachelors level degree completion for early educators.  Cohort style, completed in seven semesters.  New cohort will launch in September 2014.  Link here for more information.  

Early Childhood CEU:  MCLA supports professional development opportunities for early educators to earn CEU credit.  Students participating in MCLA endorsed courses will earn .1 CEU for each hour of instruction.  Students will be registered and their participation stored in our student records database.  MCLA currently partners with several providers including the Educational Collaborative and the Preschool Enrichment Team.  For more information link here.



For more information contact:

  • Jake Eberwein, Dean
  • Howard.J.Eberwein@mcla.edu
  • 413.662.5543

 

  • Barbara Emanuel, Program Coordinator
  • B.Emanuel@mcla.edu
  • 413.662.5576

 

Interested in Becoming an Instructor?

 

If you have knowledge or a skill you would like to share with others, click here for our Non-credit course approval form

Have an idea for a non-credit course?  Let us know:

Call 413.662.5576


 

 

If you need a course grade or transcript, link below for instructions:

Grade/Transcript Instructions