The school of the 21st century is a complex, ever-changing environment that poses a myriad of challenges. The Master of Education (M.Ed.) program is designed for those professionals who desire to enhance their skills in order to meet these challenges.
The focus of the program is on preparing students to become practitioners, researchers and/or academicians with an emphasis on educational administration. Professional core classes provide forums of discussions concerning common educational issues and theories as well as scholarly processes that facilitate the application of theory to practice.
Courses in the M.Ed. program are delivered by well-experienced practitioners and are focused on delivering knowledge and experiences in school leadership, administrative foundations, organizational theory, legal issues, school finance, curriculum development and instructional leadership.
Completion of the program means you shall have acquired expertise in leadership and management, making you qualified for supervisory or administrative careers in education.
Note: Applicants without a previous degree in education are required to take two (2) foundation courses and a 135-hour practicum in educational settings (not required for those already teaching).