You’re passionate about your students, your school, your district and want to make a bigger impact.  

You’ll be in good company with faculty in the College of Education & Human Development and the colleagues you’ll connect with through your courses.  

Yes, even programs that are 100% online provide ample opportunities to build relationships and exchange ideas with teachers across the state and country. 

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M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction

Prepare to refine, reform, or develop curricula and instruction through courses covering a range of relevant concepts — from integrating technology in the classroom to delivering multicultural and social justice education.

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M.Ed. in Educational Leadership (hybrid)

Use real school data and research to lead school-wide improvements as you develop the confidence, content knowledge, and professional skills to become an effective leader. 

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M.Ed. in Special Education: Gifted

Help gifted and talented students in your district reach their full potential by learning to create engaging, unique experiences and develop differentiated curricula to meet their needs. 

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Graduate Certificate in Instructional Coaching

In as few as 10 months, you’ll learn to facilitate change in instructional practices, giving peers the ability to diagnose student needs, plan and teach more effectively.  

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Why pursue your master’s in education?  

As a teacher, you’re facing new challenges at an escalating pace. Develop the tools and the support network to become the educator and difference-maker you want to be while earning the credentials that will position you for new opportunities.  

Whether you want to stay in the classroom as a teacher leader or instructional coach or step out of the classroom as a school or district administrator, earning your master’s in education opens the door to take your career — and your students — further.