Online Masters in Education in USA

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Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

Online Masters in Education in USA

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Education Specialist (EdS)

Walden University
Online Full time Part time September 2017 USA USA Online

Take your career further, faster, with Walden University’s online Education Specialist (EdS) programs. These EdS programs prepare you to pursue new leadership roles while you lay the groundwork to pursue a doctorate [+]

Online Masters in Education in USA. Take your career further, faster, by earning an Education Specialist (EdS) degree online from Walden University. Our EdS programs can prepare you to pursue new leadership roles while you lay the groundwork to pursue a doctorate, if you so choose. Join the more than 100 state teachers of the year who have chosen Walden University to obtain their education degree. With Walden’s Lifelong Learning Pathway, students in most of our PhD in Education, Doctor of Education (EdD), and Education Specialist (EdS) programs take many of the same initial courses. You can start in one of our post-master’s or doctoral programs in education and move to another degree program, which saves you time and money. In a Walden EdS program, you can: Build your credentials faster and at a lower cost than it takes to obtain a doctorate. Transfer credits from prior coursework and accelerate your time to degree completion. Receive dedicated support, from your first course through your capstone project. Explore real-world challenges in education and gain skills to promote social change. Programs EdS in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment EdS in Early Childhood Education (Non-Licensure) EdS in Educational Administration and Leadership (Non-Licensure) EdS in Educational Leadership and Administration (Principal Preparation) EdS in Educational Technology EdS in Reading, Literacy, and Assessment (Non-Licensure) EdS in Special Education (Non-Licensure ) You can work toward your degree at a speed that’s right for you. Traditional: Take one course at a time. Advance through the program steadily while managing other commitments. Fast Track: Take two courses at once. Focus more time on the program and complete your degree sooner. [-]

Master of Social Work (MSW)

Walden University
Online Full time Part time September 2017 USA USA Online

Get ready to advance your social work career with an online Master of Social Work (MSW) from Walden University. This online master’s degree program helps you develop the skills needed to [+]

Prepare to advance your social work career with a CSWE-accredited Master of Social Work (MSW) from Walden University. This online master’s degree program helps you develop the skills needed to become a social worker. Designed to meet the needs of working students, Walden’s online degree program allows you to choose from three degree completion options, so you can complete the program within a time frame that works for you. Our MSW program leverages written case studies; award-winning, customized video case studies; in-person residencies; and field experience to provide you with real-world learning to enhance your knowledge of the field. The program can prepare you to pursue a career in a variety of settings, such as hospitals, private practice, social service agencies, and mental health clinics.  Concentrations Advanced Clinical Practice Military Social Work Social Work in Healthcare Social Work With Children and Families Walden University’s Master of Social Work (MSW) program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). CSWE's Commission on Accreditation is responsible for developing standards that define competent preparation for professional social workers and ensuring that social work programs meet these standards. The minimum academic credential required to obtain licensure to practice as a social worker in most states is a Master of Social Work (MSW) from a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Walden University’s MSW program is accredited by CSWE. State licensing boards are responsible for regulating the practice of social work, and each state has its own academic, licensure, and certification requirements. Walden recommends that students consult the appropriate social work licensing board in the state in which they plan to practice to determine the specific academic requirements for licensure. Walden enrollment advisors can provide information relating to the state-by-state requirements for licensure. However, it remains the individual’s responsibility to understand, evaluate, and comply with all licensing requirements for the state in which he or she intends to practice. Walden makes no representations or guarantee that completion of its coursework or programs will permit an individual to achieve state licensure, authorization, endorsement, or other state credential as a social worker. [-]

Online Master of Education (MEd) in Curriculum and Instruction

William Woods University
Online Part time September 2017 USA Fulton

This degree prepares you to respond to the cultural, demographic, technological and other forces shaping education today by designing and developing curriculum for your classroom and assessing its effectiveness. You’ll learn about educational trends, assessment procedures, and how to use advanced learning theories and educative design to adjust curriculum in response to current research. This program will prepare you for National Board Certification... [+]

Online Masters in Education in USA. Online Master of Education (MEd) in Curriculum and Instruction This degree prepares you to respond to the cultural, demographic, technological and other forces shaping education today by designing and developing curriculum for your classroom and assessing its effectiveness. You’ll learn about educational trends, assessment procedures, and how to use advanced learning theories and educative design to adjust curriculum in response to current research. This program will prepare you for National Board Certification and may also prepare you to become a master teacher or a curriculum and instruction director within your district. Program advantages At William Woods, you’ll be participating in a graduate program known for its excellence and for providing a significant number of the leaders in Missouri’s state school system. As one of these students, you will have the opportunity to learn from active practitioners in the field and make the connections you need for leadership and career growth. Courses EDU500 Current Issues in Education EDU556 Action Research I EDU580 Educational Technology (Online) EDU520 Research Design EDU510 Advanced Learning Theories EDU530 Improvement of Instruction EDU585 School Law EDU590 Appraisal of Student Learning EDU540 Literacy Instruction EDU550 Curriculum Construction EDU596 Action Research II Your Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree at work This program will prepare you for National Board Certification by using the National Board Professional Teaching Standards as the focal point of the curriculum. It will also prepare you to become a master teacher within your school district, and may also qualify you to become a curriculum and instruction director within your district. It does not meet Missouri requirements for building-level administrative certification. Admission requirements - Completed application - Admissions Essay - Current resume or work experience summary - Official transcripts (2.5 GPA or higher) mailed from the college/university you graduated from [-]

Online Master of Education (MEd) in Equestrian Education

William Woods University
Online Part time September 2017 USA Fulton

Enter the new and growing equestrian education market by earning the online Master of Education in Equestrian Education degree from William Woods University. This program will help you gain the field pedagogy skills you need to make the transition from equestrian professional to equestrian educator. While earning this degree, you will improve your instructional techniques and learn to construct effective curriculum by applying instructional... [+]

Online Master of Education (MEd) in Equestrian Education Enter the new and growing equestrian education market by earning the online Master of Education in Equestrian Education degree from William Woods University. This program will help you gain the field pedagogy skills you need to make the transition from equestrian professional to equestrian educator. While earning this degree, you will improve your instructional techniques and learn to construct effective curriculum by applying instructional theories and strategies. Program advantages The online Master of Education in Equestrian Education builds on the signature strengths of William Woods University: excellence in educating educators, a nationally ranked online education program, and a nationally recognized equestrian program. In this program, you will receive quality online instruction through the latest educational technology and collaborate with your peers in an interactive and engaging learning environment. Courses EDU 543 Teaching and Learning in the new Digital Landscape EDU 563 Applied Instructional Theories and Strategies Using Technology EDU 590 Appraisal of Student Learning EDU 547 Current Issues in Equestrian Education EDU 550 Curriculum Construction EDU 530 Improvement of Instruction EDU 562 Development of Resources for Equestrian Educational Events EDU 574 Equestrian Program Sustainability EDU 587 Equestrian Education Capstone Project Your degree at work Equestrian education is gaining momentum in the industry as employers seek academically credentialed equestrian professionals in the fields of extension service, breed and discipline, organizational leadership, undergraduate instruction, and others. A graduate degree prepares you for a position as a post-secondary teacher in this industry. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, these positions are expected to experience an average 17% increase in employment through the next decade. Equestrian education professionals are also being sought to fill positions as youth and outreach workers to improve the quality and effectiveness of programs for early exposure to the field. Admission requirements - Completed application - Official transcripts showing degree conferred with 2.5 GPA - You must also have a curriculum vitae demonstrating proficiency in, and understanding of, equestrian experiences. This may include samples such as certifications, professional memberships, your accomplishments in the field, or a sample video. [-]

Online Master of Education (MEd) in Teaching and Technology

William Woods University
Online Part time September 2017 USA Fulton

Technology and media are driving a revolution in learning, teaching and training in both the traditional classroom and the corporate learning center. Technology encourages a new way of learning that fosters cooperation, collaboration, problem solving and higher order thinking skills that are valuable throughout life. The William Woods University Master of Education in Teaching and Technology degree will prepare you to stay at the leading... [+]

Online Masters in Education in USA. Online Master of Education (MEd) in Teaching and Technology Technology and media are driving a revolution in learning, teaching and training in both the traditional classroom and the corporate learning center. Technology encourages a new way of learning that fosters cooperation, collaboration, problem solving and higher order thinking skills that are valuable throughout life. The William Woods University Master of Education in Teaching and Technology degree will prepare you to stay at the leading edge of this trend and use your learning to enhance the learning of others, wherever you choose to apply it. Program advantages This degree includes courses about education, research and technology that support enhanced teaching methods through the use of technology. If you work in a school district, it will enhance your instructional skills with the potential to advance you to a position as an instructional technology coordinator or instructional technology coach. As a business trainer or multimedia specialist, you will find these skills invaluable in meeting sales training, professional development and other corporate learning goals. The learning you gain will enable you to research and evaluate new tools, design materials and programs that incorporate them, and assess their effectiveness. Courses - EDU500 Current Issues in Education - EDU520 Research Design - EDU543 Teaching and Learning in the new Digital Landscape - EDU558 Software Applications for Academic Programs - EDU561 Instructional Design With Technology - EDU563 Applied Instructional Theories and Strategies Using Technology - EDU571: Integration of Multimedia Production and Curriculum - EDU589: Teaching and Technology Capstone Project - EDU590 Appraisal of Student Learning Your Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree at work If you work in a school district, it will enhance your instructional skills with the potential to advance you to a position as an instructional technology coordinator or instructional technology coach. As a business trainer or multimedia specialist, you will find these skills invaluable in meeting sales training, professional development and other corporate learning goals. The learning you gain will enable you to research and evaluate new tools, design materials and programs that incorporate them, and assess their effectiveness. Admission requirements - Completed application - You must have a 2.5 GPA in your undergraduate degree to be considered for admission into the graduate degree program. - No previous education degree required. [-]

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

William Howard Taft University
Online Full time Part time September 2017 USA USA Online

The online Master of Education (M.Ed.) Program emphasizes coursework in leadership, management and instruction in a variety of educational and public service settings. [+]

Master of Education (M.Ed.) Overview The online Master of Education (M.Ed.) Program emphasizes coursework in leadership, management and instruction in a variety of educational and public service settings. The M.Ed. Program is of particular interest to individuals with public or private school teaching experience who desire to improve their classroom instructional skills, increase their knowledge of educational administration and advance on their district’s compensation schedules. Additionally, the Master of Education Program features a focused elective track designed specifically for Montessori educators. The objectives of the Program are: To offer a program of coursework and practical exercises in leadership, management and instruction that will enhance the professional and personal lives of its students. To improve general educational skills allowing students to advance on school district compensation schedules. To prepare professional educators to serve the needs of both public and private institutions from the elementary to postsecondary level in their community and beyond. To employ faculty who are accomplished in their respective fields from both an academic and practical perspective. Successful graduates of the Program will demonstrate: A working knowledge of the concepts, dependencies and relationships of the social and philosophical foundations of education. How to make appropriate recommendations based on sound reasoning and analysis. Effective and appropriate instructional and leadership techniques that support educational and administrative objectives. Use of theoretical knowledge and contemporary research for evidence-based decision-making. Professional expertise in a number of areas supported by the elective course options of the Program. Students electing the Montessori Educator's track will demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the Montessori educational theories and applications. The University acts to fulfill the purposes of the Master of Education Program through appropriate coursework, coupled with continuing direction, evaluation of student progress, and regular assessment of student learning outcomes, supervised and administered by qualified faculty. The Master of Education Program is designed to service a national market and does not purport to provide licensure or credential certification in any particular state and/or school district. Applicants interested in licensure, credential certification, and/or salary advancement are encouraged to contact the relevant licensing body(ies) and their respective human resources department before enrollment. The Master of Education Program is presented on a Semester basis. Students are generally enrolled in 10 units per Semester. Each Semester consists of a minimum time period of 16 weeks from the date study commences. Students not completing all Semester coursework in the 16-week period will be granted an automatic 2 month extension of time to complete the Semester. Students may take a leave-of-absence between Semesters. However, except in special circumstances, the entire degree program (3 Semesters) must be completed within 5 years. Presentation The University's Directed Independent Study modality recognizes that education is an individual process where individuals with different learning needs and study schedules can be accommodated. It emphasizes learning that is meaningful, where individuals enjoy the learning process, and acquire knowledge to better understand and manage their own careers. The Program’s faculty members support the student’s independent-study learning role by guiding and stimulating the learning process in one-on-one interaction. Our faculty members recognize individual learning styles and needs, and emphasize the relevance of the material to the individual’s situation. Each course in the Program contains a series of lesson assignments generally consisting of reading requirements and research projects. Students are evaluated through examinations and/or research assignments which are submitted for faculty evaluation. All assignments are submitted electronically. As set forth in the University’s General Catalog, Internet access and minimum computer requirements and skills are required as a condition of admittance. Financial Information The tuition for the Program is $275.00 per Semester unit. Tuition rates are “locked” for two years at the time of matriculation. An enrolled student will be protected from future tuition increases during this period of time. The cost of books and materials, other than each course syllabus, is not included in the tuition. The University does not sell books or materials. Most books and materials may be purchased at local colleges, retail bookstores, directly from publishers or over the Internet. The cost is estimated to average approximately $150.00 per course. Students are always provided with a mail or Internet source for acquiring all required materials. Admission Policies and Requirements Applicants who have earned a bachelor’s degree from a college or university accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education and are currently employed in public or private education at the elementary, secondary or higher education level may apply to the Program. The majority of applicants to this Program are mature adults working in a variety of professional settings. Many have not attended college for several years. Consequently, prior class rank and grade point average are not significant factors in the admission process. An applicant may be conditionally admitted into the Program based on a completed Application for Admission, receipt of the $75.00 Application Fee, student copies of transcripts reflecting the applicant’s highest relevant degree, and documentation of the applicant’s professional work experience. It is not necessary to submit official transcripts at the time of application. (However, official transcripts must be received by the University within 60 days of enrollment. The University provides students with a form which may be used for this purpose.) Should additional information be required the applicant will be contacted. All payments must be payable in U.S. dollars. Payments may be made by MasterCard®,Visa®, American Express® or personal/business check. Foreign Applicants and Applicants with International Credentials It may be necessary for applicants who have attended colleges or universities outside of the United States to obtain an evaluation of their education from a credential evaluation service approved by the University. Upon request, the Admissions Office will provide a list of approved evaluators. In addition, applicants whose native language is not English and who have not earned a degree from an appropriately accredited institution where English is the principal language of instruction must receive a minimum score of 530 on the paper-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or 71 on the iBT, or its equivalent. Transfer Credit and Portfolio Credit The acceptance of transfer credits between academic institutions lies within the discretion of the receiving college or university. Credits earned at William Howard Taft University may or may not be accepted by another institution depending upon its own programs, policies, and regulations. The University is committed to providing students the greatest opportunity to apply previously earned credit toward their chosen degree program. Subject to the limitations of state and accreditation regulations and academic comparability, students may apply to have credit awarded through completion of: Transfer Credit: Transfer credit toward a degree may be awarded for postsecondary courses completed by the student at other institutions if such courses were completed within the last seven years and are found to meet the standards and learning objectives of the specific course for which credit is sought. The courses considered for transfer must be equivalent in both content and degree level. Transfer credit must be from an accredited institution. Portfolio Credit: Academic credit may be given for adequately documented and validated experiential equivalent learning of a postsecondary nature. Examples include credit for learning acquired through achievement of select certifications, college level equivalent tests, or other postsecondary level equivalent documented learning experience. Students with prior military experience may also apply to have military coursework evaluated for possible equivalent college credit. M.Ed. students may apply to transfer up to a total of 15 units of Transfer Credit (or a combination of transfer credit and experiential or equivalent credit). A maximum of 7 units may be awarded for adequately documented and validated Experiential or Equivalent Credit. How to Enroll If the applicant is accepted for admission to the Program, a formal enrollment agreement will be prepared and sent to the applicant for review and signature. Students may elect to begin the Program on the 15th of any month. All payments submitted for tuition and fees must be payable in U.S. dollars. Payments may be made by MasterCard® / Visa® / American Express® or personal/business check. Applicants are encouraged to call the Admissions Office if there are any questions regarding enrollment procedures. [-]

Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction

Gannon University
Online Part time 4 semesters September 2017 USA USA Online

The online Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Curriculum and Instruction is designed to facilitate the highest level of teacher performance. The core courses focus on the mastery of teaching effectiveness for teachers in grades PreK through 12. The teacher as agent of change is the conceptual framework for the M.Ed. and is a unifying theme for all courses. [+]

Online Masters in Education in USA. Program Overview The online Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Curriculum and Instruction is designed to facilitate the highest level of teacher performance. The core courses focus on the mastery of teaching effectiveness for teachers in grades PreK through 12. The teacher as agent of change is the conceptual framework for the M.Ed. and is a unifying theme for all courses. Considerable dialogue has taken place in recent years about the need for positive change in American education. The Gannon Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction enables the graduate learner to seize the opportunity to engage in a professional process of renewal. Graduate learners are empowered to translate their knowledge and skills into the classroom. Curriculum The M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction is a 30-credit master’s degree. Students take 8 core classes and six credits of electives. Students can complete the electives at Gannon University or have the possibility of transferring credits from another accredited institution. There is no thesis required. A portfolio is completed at the end of the program. Schedule/Format Students can begin in any semester – Fall, Spring or Summer. Core courses are offered two-per-semester in 7-week-long sessions. This unique format allows the graduate learner to focus on one class at a time. Electives can be taken when it is most convenient for the student. The program can be completed in as few as 4 semesters, including summers. Sample Schedule: Spring: Spring 1-GEDU 623; Spring 2-GEDU 612 Summer: Summer 1-GEDU 637; GEDU 505 Fall: Fall 1-GEDU 601; Fall 2-GEDU 609 Spring: Spring 1-GEDU 604; Spring 2-GEDU 621 + Portfolio Submission Summer: Electives (if needed) You will Experience 100% Online Program. Adults who are tasked with many responsibilities have the opportunity to complete their coursework with much more flexibility than a traditional face-to-face program. Tuition is $485/credit. Gannon University does not charge class fees in addition to tuition costs. The program is 30 credits. No thesis required. A portfolio is developed throughout the program and finalized at the end of the core coursework. Adjunct faculty members are also educational practitioners. This provides a pragmatic link between theoretical applications and present day instructional practices and regulations. Gannon’s adjunct faculty is comprised of superintendents, principals, school psychologists, classroom teachers, and advanced certification directors. They present a realistic and firsthand view of theoretical models that are valid and applicable in today’s classrooms. You Will Achieve The mission of the Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.) program is to provide candidates exceptional professional education through integration of theory and pedagogy to prepare them to be agents of change within the disciplines of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Upon successful completion of this online degree program, graduates will be awarded the Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Gannon University. Gannon has a commencement ceremony that all online graduates are welcome to participate in at our campus in Erie, PA, in May and December of each year. You Will Study GEDU 601 Action Research This course provides students with the opportunity to examine standard methods of conducting and reporting educational research. It is designed to provide the knowledge and practice needed to apply literature reviews and collection of data to problem solving and making informed decisions. GEDU 621 School Curriculum Through this course, the participants examine curriculum as a body of knowledge and a process by exploring the theory, history, purposes, and evolution in curriculum. Factors which shape curriculum are thoroughly discussed, and current trends are reviewed. A strong effort is made to provide practical information with specific relevancy to each participant. GEDU 623 Technology: Literacy and Integration Technology Literacy and Integration allows for researching, identifying, designing, evaluating and implementing appropriate technology based applications and tools through in class exercises, assigned project activities and use of online learning applications to ensure synthesis of portfolio requirements. GEDU 637 Learning Theory This course examines human learning processes, the nature and kinds of learning and major learning theories. Student Success Gannon's Online Engagement Coordinator facilitates our online new student orientations, implements strategies to ensure that online students are active in their online courses, and provides general online student support through a variety of high-touch methods to engage students and support student retention efforts. Gannon online students can reach out with general questions about online learning or how to remotely access Gannon's comprehensive student services. Admission Requirements A Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and fulfillment of requirements for admission to the graduate program at Gannon University Final, official transcripts from all colleges attended with a minimum cumulative grade point average of a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; provisional acceptance may be granted in some instances A completed application for admission including three letters of recommendation Evidence by previous academic record that the applicant has the general ability and preparation necessary to pursue graduate study successfully Transfer Credits Gannon University accepts the transfer of education-related classes taken within the past 6 years in fulfillment of the six credit elective requirement. Students are not permitted to transfer coursework as substitution for the 8 core M.Ed. courses. Employment Outlook Gannon's M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction is a program that adds value to a classroom teacher's resume. While undergraduate programs give prospective teachers the basics in theory and skill, the M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction program develops the teacher further into an educational professional. A master's degree signals the dedication and ability to take on increased responsibility. Having a M. Ed. Degree in Curriculum and Instruction can help distinguish that candidate from other candidates. Most teachers use the credits in a master's program as credits toward their Instructional II certificate. Most school district professional contracts include a clause supporting teachers with credit cost reimbursement as well as salary increments when the candidate achieves the master's degree. Employment opportunities for teacher leaders continue to grow for master's graduates. School administrators are looking for teachers who have enhanced their basic degree with expanded educational degrees to lead curriculum and building level committees, and to participate in and give input to school districtwide initiatives. Many school districts offer additional salary compensation for teachers who participate in these professional activities. This gives the educational professional additional income which not only counts for today, but also adds to the retirement total. At Gannon University, the M. Ed. in of Curriculum and Instruction program is taught by leading practitioners who are recognized as teacher leaders. This program carries a strong reputation for developing tomorrow's master teachers. An M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction is a valuable credential in the education profession, and often essential for teacher leader positions. [-]

MEd in Special Education

University of Hartford Online
Online Full time Part time 2 years September 2017 USA West Hartford + 1 more

The online Master of Education in Special Education prepares you to become a highly competent teaching professional— [+]

The online Master of Education in Special Education prepares you to become a highly competent teaching professional— deeply knowledgeable in a range of disciplines related to the needs of children with disabilities, highly skilled in instruction, and proficient in sensitively collaborating with families and other educational specialists in learning systems. Our program allows you to apply your skills in new directions with an advanced focus on special education, allowing for greater career advancement opportunities. Our program, however, is not designed to lead to certification; it is an advanced degree designed for those who would like to develop expertise in special education. Course objectives and desired outcomes are achieved through learning experiences that promote collegial discourse, collaborative problem solving, and reflective practice, including performance-based applications that require participants to apply specific content and competencies in professional practices. STRENGTHS OF THIS ONLINE PROGRAM Convenience: The online mode of instruction allows you the convenience of self-directed study--learning from the comfort of your home or office without specific or required class or login times. Strong preparation in broad range of disabilities: The rigorous academic program touches on learning disabilities, emotional and behavioral issues, and intellectual disabilities, preparing you to teach effectively across the learning spectrum. Diverse training offers you the opportunity to work with a broad range of students, making you versatile in the workplace. Project-based learning in real-world settings: Most courses include project-based learning, in which you apply lessons learned in actual classroom settings. Guided by our experienced faculty, you will develop deeper understanding of required competencies. Experiential learning provides you with the opportunity to learn theory and apply it to actual students. Research in the field: Capstone projects are required of all students in order to graduate. Collaborating with a faculty advisor over two semesters, you will complete an research project in a real-world classroom setting. ONLINE PROGRAM SPECIFICS Our online Master of Education in Special Education consists of a minimum of 30 credit hours completed in a 2-year sequence. Each of the course offerings is designed to maximize individual engagement through relevant, interactive, and collaborative instruction. (Students who do not have an educational background or who have not taken an introductory special education course will take EDH 510: Theoretical Foundations of Children and Adults with Special needs concurrently with their first course in the program.) The program of study is a cohesive framework of courses well grounded in important theoretical studies; a progressive sequence of field-based/experiential learning opportunities to allow for the application of such theoretical models in the school environment; and an integrated research requirement that serves the program’s capstone experiences. [-]

Master of Education

Columbia International University Online
Online Full time Part time September 2017 USA Columbia

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) prepares practicing educators for Christian school administrative, instructional leadership, and teaching positions in the United States and around the world. [+]

Online Masters in Education in USA. The Master of Education (M.Ed.) prepares practicing educators for Christian school administrative, instructional leadership, and teaching positions in the United States and around the world. Teaching students to become forward-thinking educational leaders, the coursework of the M.Ed. online program provides students with the rigor and camaraderie they would expect of a top M.Ed. program. The program pairs powerful virtual tools in our new ECampus with a comprehensive curriculum. Every course is designed top-to-bottom with the Christian educator in mind. Each class combines biblical principles with relevant theory. Real-life case studies are used allowing students to develop the abilities that today’s school communities expect out of fully prepared Christian educational leaders. M.Ed. graduates complete a concentration in either: Educational Administration Instruction & Learning This advanced degree program is aligned with certification requirements of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). OBJECTIVES The M.Ed. will equip you with: Competency in content so that you demonstrate the ability to: Apply Biblical principles to formulate a Christian philosophy of education and articulate this to various audiences. Understand instructional strategies and learning theories to meet the development of the learner and their individual needs. Develop and analyze curriculum based on philosophy, theory, and Biblical principles and their relationship to instruction and learning. Proficiency in skills to promote learning for all students so that you demonstrate the ability to: Employ various research procedures and technology for problem solving within the school setting. Assess and monitor student learning through a variety of methods. Foster a nurturing school culture that enhances student learning, including consideration of the cultural differences within the school community. Professionalism so that you demonstrate a commitment to: Intentionality to create a climate conducive to spiritual transformation within the school setting. The professional role of the Christian educator that includes being a lifelong learner by reflecting and gaining from experiences and being aware of current issues in education. Collaborating and communicating effectively with other professionals, community members, and parents to improve student learning. OPPORTUNITIES Potential employment and service opportunities for graduates include: Teaching in K-12 schools: Opportunities abound in the United States and around the world for Christians who are thoroughly prepared and called to teach in public schools, private schools, charter schools, Christian schools and international schools. Leadership Positions in Christian Schools: Schools in the United States and around the world need curriculum specialists, lead teachers, principals and superintendents. Academic Careers: M.Ed. program is designed to prepare students for further graduate work, especially a PhD in education or a related discipline. With a PhD, students have the potential to teach at the college and university level in North America and abroad. Admissions For entrance into online studies, a bachelor's degree with a 2.5 GPA (with exceptions) is required. The Application Process consists of: Online application Application essay (800-1,000 words) Reference from church leader who has known applicant for at least two years Official transcripts for bachelor's degree and any master's degree work $45 application fee International Student Requirements International citizens must complete application items noted above as well as the following items: Academic Transcripts : Must be validated through World Education Services (WES). The student must request the WES ICAP credential package. If not in English, the transcript must be accompanied by an official English translation. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) : A minimum score of 79 is required on the TOEFL iBT exam. The computer and paper exams will also be accepted, with a minimum score of 213 on the computer and a minimum score of 550 on the paper exam. The TOEFL is available through the American Consular Office. Our TOEFL code is 5116. The TOEFL is waived if you have completed a degree in which English was the medium of instruction. Educational Background : Fully complete the International Educational Background form. Directions are on back of form. [-]

Master of Education – Teaching and Learning – Educational Technology and Online Instruction

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

Earn your Master of Education in Teaching and Learning with a concentration in Educational Technology and Online Instruction from Liberty University Online, and become a part of a growing, dynamic education career. [+]

Earn your Master of Education in Teaching and Learning with a concentration in Educational Technology and Online Instruction from Liberty University Online, and become a part of a growing, dynamic education career. Program courses incorporate cutting-edge technology to help students understand how to integrate the latest updates in technology into higher education today. Graduates will be well-prepared to excel in the technology field in the education sector and will have mastered skills in great demand in higher education today. Potential Career Fields: School Technology Director, School Technology Specialist, Technology Instructor Non-Discrimination Policy [-]

Master of Education – Teaching and Learning – Special Education

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

Earn your Master of Education - Teaching and Learning degree with a concentration in special education from Liberty University Online, and prepare yourself to serve as an effective special education teacher. [+]

Online Masters in Education in USA. Earn your Master of Education - Teaching and Learning degree with a concentration in special education from Liberty University Online, and prepare yourself to serve as an effective special education teacher. Courses provide specialized preparation for individuals seeking credentials for a K– 12 school position or those who wish to pursue either an Ed.S. or Ed.D. A three-credit-hour student teaching internship is required as part of the M.Ed. program, and on-campus intensives may be required. This program is approved through the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and is a state-approved program for advanced licensure (reciprocity with other states) or endorsements. Potential Career Field: Special Education Teacher. Non-Discrimination Policy [-]

Master of Education – Teaching and Learning – Middle Grades

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

Learn to become an effective middle-grades teacher through Liberty University Online. Liberty’s Master of Education — Teaching and Learning program with a concentration in middle grades education prepares students seeking credentials for a K– 12 school position or those who wish to pursue either an Ed.S. or Ed.D. [+]

Learn to become an effective middle-grades teacher through Liberty University Online. Liberty’s Master of Education — Teaching and Learning program with a concentration in middle grades education prepares students seeking credentials for a K– 12 school position or those who wish to pursue either an Ed.S. or Ed.D. A three-credit-hour student teaching internship is required as part of the M.Ed. program and on-campus intensives may be required. This program is approved through the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and is a state-approved program for advanced licensure (reciprocity with other states) or endorsements. Potential Career Field: Middle School Teacher Non-Discrimination Policy [-]

Master of Education – Teaching and Learning – Elementary Education

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

Liberty University Online’s Master of Education — Teaching and Learning program is designed for individuals interested in teaching elementary education but are not seeking licensure. [+]

Online Masters in Education in USA. Liberty University Online’s Master of Education — Teaching and Learning program is designed for individuals interested in teaching elementary education but are not seeking licensure. Along with core courses, you will study and learn how to teach math, natural sciences, language acquisition and reading skills. Courses provide specialized preparation for individuals seeking credentials for a K–12 school position or those with a desire to further their education and pursue either an Ed.S. or Ed.D. A three-credit-hour student teaching internship is required as part of the M.Ed. program and on-campus intensives may be required. This program is approved through the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and is a state-approved program for advanced licensure (reciprocity with other states) or endorsements. Potential Career Fields: Elementary School Teacher Non-Discrimination Policy [-]

Master of Education – Teaching and Learning – Leadership

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teaching & Learning – Leadership program prepares students for effective leadership in Christian, public, and private schools. Combining Christian perspective with accredited academics, students master skills in community relations, diverse education settings, and other areas of leadership. [+]

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teaching & Learning – Leadership program prepares students for effective leadership in Christian, public, and private schools. Combining Christian perspective with accredited academics, students master skills in community relations, diverse education settings, and other areas of leadership. This is a non-licensure program for a K-12 school position or those with a desire to further their education and pursue either an Education Specialist (Ed.S.) or Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree. This program is approved through the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and is ideal for those who cannot complete an internship in an accredited school, such as some of our Christian and international schools. Non-Discrimination Policy [-]

Master of Education – Teaching and Learning – History

Liberty University Online
Online Full time September 2017 USA Lynchburg

Liberty University Online’s Master of Education – Teaching and Learning with a cognate in History is designed to train individuals in historical matters to influence curriculum among a variety of levels. [+]

Online Masters in Education in USA. Liberty University Online’s Master of Education – Teaching and Learning with a cognate in History is designed to train individuals in historical matters to influence curriculum among a variety of levels. The M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning (History) prepares students with the skills necessary to teach world history or specific accounts including, American and European history. Combining Christian perspective with excellent academics, students gain valuable experiences to impact the lives of others through historical knowledge. This program establishes a firm understanding of the world and the complex issues that contributed to today’s society, while equipping you with the leadership skills needed to achieve your goals and succeed in your teaching career. Non-Discrimination Policy [-]