• On-Campus Component
  • Cost
    $715.80 per credit (resident and nonresident)
  • Total Credits
  • Credential
    Graduate Degree
  • Admission GPA
  • Application Deadlines
    July 30 for fall admission
  • Campus
  • College
    College of Education and Human Service Professions

The Master of Education (MEd) is a professional degree for teachers and those who work in the human and social service professions, community education, or post-secondary education. The curriculum is based on the work done as teachers, leaders, and change agents in formal, informal, and community-based settings. Coursework is delivered online. In addition to online assignments, students attend one weekly online session per course. See the Master of Education program website for more information.

Learners will develop skills in:

  • critical reflection
  • investigation and application of educational theory to practice
  • evaluation and effective communication of educational research
  • intercultural competence
  • development of and participation in communities of learners as professionals
  • leadership for educational reform

Sample Courses

  • EDUC 7001 – Foundations of Education and Research (3 credits)
  • EDUC 7002 – Diversity and Social Justice (3 credits)
  • EDUC 7006 – Ethics and Professionalism in Education (3 credits)
  • EDUC 7009 – Assessment of Learning (3 credits)
  • EDUC 7019 – Educational Policy and Issues (3 credits)

Online Catalog