For over a decade the Montessori Training Center Northeast has partnered with the University of Hartford to offer the opportunity to combine Montessori training with higher education degrees.
The bachelor’s degree with Montessori education concentration recognizes the strength of Montessori education and the intensive preparation of Montessori teachers. Through this program students have the opportunity to earn an undergraduate degree with an Early Childhood or Elementary Montessori concentration from the University of Hartford.
University of Hartford education degree programs prepare candidates for entry-level teaching positions to roles in higher education and are grounded in standards-based curricula that provide teacher candidates with relevant coursework in teaching and learning that leads to certification in specialized programs.
The bachelor’s degree with Montessori education concentration pairs the University of Hartford’s curriculum with Association of Montessori Internationale (AMI) teacher training offered exclusively through MTCNE, putting students on course to earn an internationally-recognized AMI diploma by the time they graduate. Through our partnership with the University of Hartford, students can deepen their knowledge of Montessori methods through practical interaction with public school curriculum and contexts.
Admissions to this program is done directly through the University of Hartford. Click here for detailed program information.
- Students starting a bachelor’s degree
- Students continuing or finishing a bachelor’s degree
Montessori Education Concentration – Association Montessori Internationale Training at Montessori Training Center Northeast
To earn the Montessori education concentration, students will complete the equivalent of one year of Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Training at MTCNE located at the University of Hartford in Hartford, Connecticut. This training is delivered in person and requires residency. AMI Training includes lecture, practice with materials, readings, papers, albums, four observation weeks, four to six practice weeks, written exams, and oral exams as the individual delves into Montessori education.
There are three Montessori Format Options:
- Academic Year
- Part-Time Academic Year
- Three Summers
Upcoming MTCNE Courses Available to Montessori Bachelor’s Degree Students
For a complete schedule of MTCNE courses, visit the Current Courses page.