A Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree provides intermediate-level graduate training which enhances professional knowledge and prepares students for further graduate study, if desired. Each specialty option has specific requirements in terms of courses, credit hours, internships, etc. Working closely with a faculty advisor, every M.Ed. Student undertakes individualized course of study, which culminates in a major project such as thesis, portfolio project, or an internship experience. Largely through valuable mentoring and networking, our graduates pursue careers in education administration, counseling, among other options. Read through each option to determine which pathway is the best fit for you.

BCBA Pathways

Early Childhood Special Education

Education Policy

Curriculum and Instruction: Excellence in Content Instruction

High Incidence Teacher Education

Instructional Leadership

Intercollegiate Athletics

Leadership

Leadership in Higher Education

Learning Sciences & Human Development

Low Incidence Teacher Education

Teacher Education

Measurement & Statistics

Multicultural Education

Educational Leadership, Organization, & Policy Studies

Social & Cultural Foundations

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A desire to help parents and children build supportive, nurturing relationships that can counteract adversity is driving doctoral student Caroline Black's work.
Jazmyne Kellogg
Jazmyne Kellogg, a graduate student in education policy, sees education as a means of mobilizing people for greater opportunity.