Master of Education Programs are fully online and prepare licensed teachers in the areas of Educational Leadership & Supervision (PreK-Adult) or Reading Specialist (PreK-Adult). M.Ed. Programs are 36-hours, and are specifically designed for licensed or license eligible teachers. Coursework includes 12-hours of Professional Education coursework and 24 hours of content specialization coursework. Candidates must be employed in a K-12 school system prior to enrollment in the M. Ed. Program capstone coursework.
Candidates who hold a masters degree from an accredited institution and teacher certification/licensure may be eligible to complete a certificate program in Educational Leadership and Supervision (18 hours) or Reading Specialist (24 hours). Certificate programs do not qualify for financial aid.
Candidates who hold a Multi-Categorical endorsement/certification may be eligible to enroll in Autism Endorsement coursework (6 hours). Autism Endorsement course offering is subject to enrollment/candidate interest, and available qualified faculty.
Licensed individuals may also choose to enroll as non-degree seeking students and take graduate courses for re-certification, to provide greater specialization within one’s field, or to assist in professional advancement.