Students pursuing a certification and/or master’s degree in education may enroll in graduate courses at our Mallorca site, hosted at Bellver International College. Courses are offered in a condensed format, over 8-9 days during the summer, in Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Educational Leadership, Special Education, and Teaching English as a Second Language.
Master’s and Certificate Programs
Elementary Education; Secondary Education; Educational Leadership; Special Education; Teaching English as a Second Language
Summer 2019 Course Offerings
Course offerings are subject to change.
Session I: June 26 – July 5, 2019
No class: June 29 & 30
Meeting times: 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
EDAD 525 – Introduction to Educational Administration
EDAD 530 – Group Dynamics for Educational Leaders
EDFN 508 – Introduction to Research: Data-Based Decision Making
EDUC 513 – Collaboration, Consultation, and Partnerships
ESLM 578 – Theory and Practice of Teaching a Second Language
RDLG 579 – Content Area Literacy/ESLM 579 – Language and Literacy for Second Language Learners
SPED 501 – Students with Disabilities in our Schools
Session II: July 8 – 17, 2019
No class: July 13 & 14
Meeting times: 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
CURR 514 – Curriculum Theory & Practice
EDAD 572 – School Law
EDFN 521 – Cultural Foundations of Education/ESLM 577 – Sociolinguistics & Cultural Foundations of ESL
ELEM/SCED 663 – Advanced Trends in Elementary/Secondary Education
ESLM 587 – Curriculum Methods for Multilingual Populations
SPED 522 – Remedial Instruction
Session III: July 18 – 29, 2019
No class: July 20, 21, & 27
Graduation Ceremony: July 29th; Classes will be held on July 28th and 29th
In this session, Educational Leadership students may also take EDAD 617 as an afternoon class.
Meeting times: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm; EDAD 617 will begin at 1:00 pm.
EDAD 540 – School Finance
EDAD 617 – Advanced School Leadership: Administration/Supervision (this course is offered in the afternoon)
EDAD 660 – Computer Apps for Educational Administrators
ELEM/SCED 694 – Introduction to Teaching and Planning
ELEM/SCED 696 – Culminating Seminar in Elementary/Secondary Education
EPSY 523 – Advanced Child & Adolescent Growth & Development
ESLM 525 – Second Language Acquisition
ESLM 545 – English Structure & Proficiency Assessment
SPED 521- Assistive Technology
SUPV 520 – Staff Supervision
Graduation in Mallorca
If you are planning to complete all courses within your program and graduate in Summer 2018, you must pre-register to take the comprehensive exams (REGS 999, ESLM 700, EDAD 700). These are offered during all three sessions. A formal graduation ceremony will be held on the evening of July 29, 2019.
About the Location
Mallorca’s vibrant capital, Palma, is the largest city in the Balearic Islands, just off the coast of Mallorca. It’s known for its cafes and nightlife, stunning beaches, and thriving art scene—as well as landmarks like the vast cathedral “La Seu,” built over the course of four centuries and restored by Antoni Gaudi in 1901. Bellver International College is located in the Cala Mayor resort area of Palma which is a popular destination for visitors along the southern coast of the island. Getting around the city via public transportation is efficient and housing for students is available within walking distance of the school or along the bus route.
Bellver International College
Bellver International College is a non-denominational, co-educational K-12 day school located in Cala Mayor, a tourist area along the southern coast of the island. Founded in 1950, Bellver is the longest established privately owned British school in Spain.
The modern purpose-built premises includes 22 classrooms, 2 science laboratories, gymnasium, drama hall, library, computer lab, and an art room. The college is situated close to the beach (opposite to the King of Spain’s summer palace) in a residential area 3 km from the center of Palma.
The College of New Jersey graduate program in Mallorca is held at Bellver International College, Jose Costa Ferrer 5, Marivent Palma 07015 Spain.
There are currently 30 machines for student use. All machines are served by a high-speed ADSL connection to the Internet. In addition, there are laptop portals located outside the computer lab area, and a wireless internet connection is available through much of the building.
Many students have decided to bring their own laptop computers and Ethernet cables with them to Mallorca, and while it is certainly not a requirement, it is encouraged. As an alternative, the computer lab is open from 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. every weekday and on a number of weekend afternoons.
TCNJ does not endorse specific accommodations.
Students must book accommodation independently and there are many websites where you can locate and explore a variety of apartment and hotel options that may suit your needs.
For additional Mallorca housing information, please refer to our Mallorca Accommodation Chart (PDF).
Please visit TCNJ’s Mallorca Facebook page for housing suggestions or to connect with other students looking for shared accommodation.
Contact the Coordinator
For more information regarding this site, please contact Dr. Stuart Carroll, Faculty Director of Graduate Global Programs (firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-771-2221).