Maine Educators’ Consortium in academic partnership
Southern New Hampshire University
Maine Educators’ Consortium in partnership with Southern New Hampshire University.
ATTENTION: As of June 2022 Maine Department of Education has instituted new educator Certification Requirements/Rules (Chapter 115). These rule changes may impact your certification/re-certification plan. For more information please visit https://www.maine.gov/doe/cert/requirements.
QUESTIONS? CONTACT MDOE with questions regarding MEC course offerings and how they align with your particular certification plan. Email: email@example.com
Spring 1 Session- January 5 – February 15, 2024 now OPEN
Spring 2 Session – March 1 – April 11, 2024 now OPEN
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Maine Educators Consortium (MEC), a small non-profit organization founded in 2009, was established for the purpose of identifying and addressing Maine’s need for college-accredited, application-based, educator-driven, professional education courses. Since 2009, MEC has designed and delivered college-accredited courses to over 9000 Maine educators. MEC’s courses, designed “by educators for educators”, are relevant, educator-friendly, and applicable. The course structure allows an educator to learn, create, practice, and evaluate material relative to their individual school setting. Learn more >
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Benefits of MEC Courses
- Course transcripts and diploma, issued by Southern New Hampshire University
- 100% Online
- Maine State Board of Education approved
- Professional Education courses pre-approved for certification purposes
- Accessible 24/7
- Application based
- Classroom related credit
- Lower tuition than most
- College accredited
- Highly Qualified
Tuition as of July 2021 (no additional fees)
Students are responsible for texts.
Professional Educator courses – 3 credits $1295
Administration Internships – 3 credits $1500
We are here to help with your online learning, email, or phone support!
Any questions please call (207) 634-4413 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org