Master of Science in Education

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The Master of Science in Education provides already licensed teachers the opportunity to continue developing in the areas of research, instruction, and leadership. A master's degree establishes you as an expert in the field along with improving your skills in the classroom, and providing you increased job stability and a potential salary increase.

You will earn your degree by successfully completing 30 credits. The Master of Science in Education program may lead to licensure in an endorsement area such as educational administration, reading teacher, reading specialist, cross-categorical special education, or English as a second language. This is a user-friendly program, allowing for hybrid courses that meet at night, on weekends, and in the summer.

Review the degree requirements for admittance into the master's program, teaching courses available, and review the program plan.

Required Core Courses

TEACHING 7000 Research Procedures
TEACHING 7190 Educational Leadership and Mentoring
TEACHING 7990 Thesis Research OR TEACHING 7830 Seminar Paper or Educational Project

For more information on financial aid, transfer credits, and registration, visit Graduate Studies.

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