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The Master of Education (M.Ed.) is a professional development degree for educators. The curriculum is based on the roles that educational scholars play as teachers, leaders, and change agents in formal, non-formal, and community-based settings.
Core courses are delivered primarily online with one face–to–face weekend session during the first month of each semester. The required core courses are delivered in sequence, using this hybrid model for learners who wish to earn the graduate degree while maintaining full-time employment.
Develop critical analytical skills of reading, interpreting and applying scholarship in the field of education
Demonstrate competence in evaluating and conducting research and scholarship in education
Communicate effectively with multiple constituencies
Demonstrate skills in collaboration and in leadership
Gain understanding of how where we’re from and who we think we are shapes what is focused on and what is left out of educational endeavors.
In addition to the general application instructions provided by the Graduate School, visit the Education program page for specific application instructions and deadlines related to the program. Also visit the catalog requirements page linked above for additional information.
- No application are accepted to start in Spring or Summer semester.