Master of Arts (M.A.) in Education

The core of the M.A. in Education program will have flexible options in each of 4 key areas: Educational Research, Learning and Assessment, Critical Social Issues, and Diversity for 12 credits, a 3-credit thesis, and an additional 15 credits from electives in education.

This program is geared toward graduate students who may already hold teacher licensure, or those from other areas interested in professional education degrees to prepare them for work in nonprofit or non-school settings. This degree will also prepare participants for doctoral work in education.

Degree Plan 

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Professor Matthew Schertz
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Department of Teaching and Learning

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