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The School of Education offers a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Higher Education with an emphasis in community colleges. The M.Ed. degree is designed to prepare mid-career faculty, staff, and administrators for positions in community colleges.
Master of Education (M.Ed.): requires 30 credit hours. The M.Ed. degree is mostly online (some on-campus may be required).
RESEV 550: Intro to Educational Research
RESEV 597: Program Evaluation and Assessment
HG ED 562: Curriculum Development in Colleges
HG ED 576: Student Development in Higher Ed
HG ED 578: Students in American Higher Ed
HG ED 582: The Comprehensive Community College
HGED 598: Capstone
In addition to the above, nine (9) credits of electives are also required obtained from the following options: HG ED 504; HG ED 561; HG ED 580, HG ED 591, HG ED 615