North Shore Community College is making changes!
You can start your application today! As always, there is no cost to apply to North Shore Community College.
For Fall 2020, most of NSCC's courses will be virtual – including online, hybrid, and videoconference – to ensure our community's safety and maintain social distancing. Targeted courses that need to occur face-to-face on campus will occur predominantly in lab based classes, using social distancing protocols.
Gain true satisfaction with a rewarding career in supporting people with developmental disabilities
Graduates from NSCC’s Developmental Disabilities degree program are prepared for a variety of employment opportunities working with adults or children with developmental disabilities in residential, vocational, educational, family support and recreational programs. Through specialized curriculum including field placements, counseling skills and crisis intervention techniques, students integrate theory with practice in the field of developmental disabilities. Upon successfully completing this degree, many student choose to transfer to a four-year college following completion of this program.
Semesters estimated to complete degree Complete faster with winter intersession and summer classes
2016 Boston-area Median Wage
NSCC recognized top 25 in nation for advancing opportunities for low-income studentsUS Dept. of Education