Master of Education

Description

How do I serve my students better? By becoming a better teacher. The Master’s University’s M.Ed. in Teaching is designed to develop practical knowledge and skills to deal with real classroom issues, allowing you to do what you want: Transform student lives.

The Master’s University Online Master of Education in Teaching develops educational professionals, equipping them to integrate the Word of God into all aspects of the classroom. Whether at a Christian school or in a secular environment, God’s truth impacts everything you do. As you grow in your educational knowledge you will develop confidence and leadership, impacting student learning and your professional community.

PROGRAM INFO


Weeks Per Class:

8

Number of Classes:

11

Total Units*

33

Total Cost**

~19,635

*Does not include required general education and elective coursework.
**Major courses are $450 per unit. This cost does not include the required general education and elective coursework

Major Courses and Prerequisites

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    Course Number Course Name Units
    ED534 Essentials of Curriculum Structure 3
    ED542 Classroom Management 3
    ED564 Diversity and Differentiation in Education 3
    ED544 Educational Technology 3
    ED505 History & Philosophy of Education 3
    ED532 Learning Theory 3
    ED536 Assessment of Learning 3
    ED578 Action Research in Education 3
    ED552 Educational Leadership 3
    ED595 Capstone Seminar 3
    ED508 Advanced Study in Human Development 3
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What You Will Learn

Admissions Requirements

  1. Have a clear profession of faith in Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior.

  2. Bachelor’s degree from a regionally-accredited college/university with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.

  3. Foundational knowledge of teaching concepts and practices, such as found in teaching credential coursework and/or teaching experience.

Note: The M.Ed. program is designed for those who are employed as teacher of record in their own classroom, though such employment is not a requirement for admission.