Master of Education (M.Ed.)
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Education is designed for students interested in enhancing their knowledge and skills with the intent of becoming more effective practitioners in their fields.
Many students pursuing a M.Ed. degree are teachers who want to be more effective. Others pursue education-related careers such as in instructional design in business or industry or in technology coordination in a school district or educational agency.
All Master of Education students, regardless of their area of study, complete a common set of core requirements (PDF).
Teacher licensure program: Graduate students in a teacher licensure program should consult their major professor.
Seminar (1 credit)
Research methodology (1 course)
Creative component (3 credits)
Curriculum, educational psychology, HPC
One course from two of the following areas:
Historical, philosophical, and comparative studies in education
Curriculum and instruction
One course in curriculum and instruction outside the student’s area of specialization.
Our faculty have specific expertise in:
Refer to the masters timeline and requirements page for information on completing a master’s degree in the Educator Preparation Program.
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