American College of Education is a fully accredited, private college located in Chicago, Illinois, delivering online Master in Education degree programs. The roots of the college date back to 1858 and Barat College, an academy for young women in Chicago.
The American College of Education is committed to providing the great educational opportunities for practicing and aspiring learners through online education degree programs. To that end, a team of prominent educators, both researchers and practitioners, founded the college and continue to guide it.
American College of Education offers graduate degrees in a diversity of diploma programs. All courses are taught online.
The College believes that practicing teachers and administrators who constitute the front line of public education should not ever have to turn down the opportunity for graduate education based on cost or by not having the time to attend the classes in a classroom. Distance learning offers aspiring educators an A plus education from the convenience of their computer. Dedicated educators that have made a conscious choice to continue to learn and achieve graduate degrees, should be able to do so without burdening their families and their futures with loans. The American College of Education delivers high quality programs completely online at the affordable price, $6,950, and allows students to pay on a monthly basis.
American College of Education supports a collaborative educational atmosphere between faculty and students for anyone completing master's degree programs online. Highly qualified department chairs and faculty bring a wealth of experience as well as scholarly practice to online master's degree experience. Cooperative online learning environment is maintained by providing comprehensive support and interactive services for all students.
Many district partners, in a shared effort to make online education degree program available to their staff, provide payroll deduction plans that make monthly payments easy. Some districts have used professional development funds set aside for their teachers to actually pay for part or all of the degree.
Unlike traditional colleges, individuals do not need to wait for months to start their educational program. After they are admitted into the college they may begin their degree program with the next cohort of students.