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On behalf of the entire staff of the Finn Center for Adult, Graduate, and Professional Programs, thank you for your interest in the graduate programs at Notre Dame College.

Our founders, the Sisters of Notre Dame, established Notre Dame College to prepare teachers for the field of education in 1922. They designed the education program around traditional values, a challenging curriculum and a commitment to lifelong learning. Dedicated to building on this solid foundation, the Master of Education Program was established in 1998 to meet the needs of working educators and professionals who were in search of a rigorous, yet flexible, graduate program. The expansion of the program into the online format further illustrates the College’s commitment to meeting the needs of our students.

As a prospective student, you can feel confident in knowing that you are investing in a graduate degree program that has the tradition you want, the flexibility you need and the quality you deserve.

Thank you again for your interest and welcome to Notre Dame College.

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Notre Dame College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, or age in its programs and activities. This policy extends to employment with and admission to the College.