Barry University is in The Bahamas
Barry University provides you with the knowledge and support you need to develop professionally in order to propel your career to the next level. We offer master’s degrees in The Bahamas in a cohort format, making it convenient for you to attend graduate school.
Earn a Master’s in Organizational Learning and Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, or Special Education (exceptional student education) in Freeport or Nassau. Freeport cohorts begin in the Spring 2014. Nassau cohorts begin in the Fall 2013.
Upcoming Information Sessions
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Friday, December 6 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Saturday, December 7 from 10:30 am - 12 noon
Both Sessions will be held at:
Mary Star of the Sea Catholic School, E. Sunrise Hwy, Freeport, Bahamas
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- Receive a special Bahamas tuition discount
- Courses are taught in Nassau or Freeport
- Cohort format
- Fall, Spring, & Summer semesters
- Complete degree in 2 years
- No thesis required
Bahamas Master’s Programs:
The MS in OLL focuses on the needs of today’s organizations that emphasize employee performance improvement through learning. Educators and professionals are able to specialize in the field of interest.
The MS in Curriculum and Instruction with a Specialization in Early and Middle Childhood Education is designed for Preschool – 8th grade teachers. The program is designed to enhance curriculum expertise, pedagogical knowledge, and teacher leadership with an interdisciplinary specialization which focuses on increasing content area knowledge.
The MS in ESE (special education) offers a comprehensive understanding of various exceptionalities and the acquisition of valuable inclusionary strategies to meet the unique individual needs of children in elementary, middle, and secondary schools.
Part-Time Master of Social Work (MSW) 60 Credit Program – Cohort begins Spring 2014
The Part-Time Master of Social Work (MSW) program is designed to allow students who cannot pursue full-time study to work toward a MSW degree on a structured, time-extended basis. Students may apply to either the Advanced Standing or Traditional MSW program as a part-time student. We offer evening and weekend classes to accommodate the work schedules of part-time students.
Master of Social Work (MSW) Advanced Standing 32 Credit Program – Cohort begins Fall 2014
The School of Social Work also offers an Advanced Standing Master of Social Work program, which allows BSW students to complete the MSW program in one year. Students may also elect to attend on a part-time basis, which allows for completion of the program in 4 consecutive semesters. Advanced Standing applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree in social work from a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and meet certain other specific requirements. Students in the Advanced Standing program complete 32 credit hours of required social work courses and electives.
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