The College of Education offers several advanced degree programs that address all of today’s relevant career requirements and a busy professional’s schedule. Please browse through the list below for a program that fits your needs:
Degree programs that support the growth of leaders for Pre K-12 schools, community colleges, and higher education.
M.S. in Educational Administration - Face to Face & Online/Hybrid
M.S. in Education with a Concentration in Higher Education
Elementary & Bilingual Education
Designed to help career classroom teachers upgrade their skills, become informed about new ideas in elementary teaching, and prepare for leadership roles within schools, school districts and other organizations.
M.S. in Education with Concentrations in:
Educational Technology Online
Elementary Curriculum and Instruction with an Emphasis in:
- Technology in Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Math and Science
- Staff Development
- Professional Inquiry/Practice
Combined Credential/Masters Program
Instructional Design & Technology
Designed for professionals working in the field of technology in pre-K through higher education, the military, and corporate settings, or for those who wish to change careers. Further your skills and education in direct applications of technology for teaching, learning and curriculum development
Prepares reading professionals who understand how to integrate contemporary theories of reading with sound pedagogical practice.
Programs allow students to extend their knowledge and deepen their skills in curriculum design, instructional and assessment strategies, integration of technology, and reflective practice.
Designed to help career special educators upgrade their skills, become informed about new ideas in special education, and prepare for curriculum leadership roles in public and private schools and settings.