SOURCE: American College of Education

American College of Education

December 21, 2011 22:00 ET

American College of Education Offers Spring Tuition Break

Students Enrolling for Spring 2012 Session Get Second Course Free

INDIANAPOLIS, IN--(Marketwire - Dec 21, 2011) - American College of Education announces its buy one, get one (BOGO) free tuition offer for students beginning their M. Ed. program at the online college during the Spring 2012 session. New students who enroll and are accepted will pay regular tuition for their first course and receive their second course tuition free.

"At American College of Education 'spring break' takes on new meaning," said Sandra J. Doran, president of American College of Education. "By offering new students the opportunity to begin work on their master's degree with this special savings, we are continuing our mission of providing a high-quality, accessible education at an affordable cost. We are a college created for educators by educators so we are uniquely situated to understand the demands and budget concerns teachers face."

The second course free offer applies to all the college's degree programs:

American College of Education offers the following subject-area concentrations:

The offer applies to the three Spring session cohorts beginning January 23, March 5 and April 23, 2012. The deadline for second course free is March 23, 2012. Visit for more information about this second course offer.

To learn more about the graduate-level courses offered by American College of Education, visit American College of Education live chat or call 1-800.280.0307.


About American College of Education: The mission of American College of Education is to deliver affordable, online degree programs that provide evidence-based content and relevant experiences to improve educators' knowledge, skills and performance. American College of Education is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC/NCA).

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