Montessori teachers are in demand; hundreds of job postings go unfilled each year! You can teach in one of the 4,500 public and private Montessori schools in the U.S. or at the thousands of Montessori schools around the world.
The University of Hartford is one of only a few universities nationwide where you can earn a bachelor's or master's degree with an internationally recognized Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) diploma—all in one program!
Explore the different ways to earn a Montessori degree:
Information for students with previous college experience who want to finish a bachelor's degree.
Online Information Sessions
Learn more about our bachelor’s and master's degree programs at our monthly online information sessions. All sessions are from 5:30–6:30 pm Eastern time. Register here
January 12, 2021
February 9, 2021
March 9, 2021
April 13, 2021
May 11, 2021
June 8, 2021
Virtual Visits on Zoom
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Meeting ID: 847 0398 1282
Access code: HAWKS
No reservations needed; "drop in" anytime during this session.
- Earn three credentials in one program - a bachelor's or master's degree, an AMI diploma, and Connecticut teaching certification.
- Career-ready training: Montessori teachers are in demand - there are 4,500 Montessori schools in the U.S. and more than 20,000 worldwide. Hundreds of job postings for trained Montessori teachers go unfilled each year.
- Montessori scholarships are available in addition to the University's financial aid.
- Your AMI Montessori diploma is recognized around the world and provides a “passport” to teach internationally.
- On campus courses offered at the University's main campus and Asylum campus (Center for Montessori Studies, Montessori Training Center Northeast Butterworth Hall, 1265 Asylum Avenue, Hartford).
The programs are a partnership between the University of Hartford and the Montessori Training Center Northeast, an AMI-teacher training center managed by the Capitol Region Education Council.
Center for Montessori Studies
The University of Hartford's Center for Montessori Studies is an intellectual community of researchers and practitioners contributing to Montessori education. The Center supports the research, teaching, and practice from which our students benefit. Learn more and view our webinars:
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