About this Program
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) is a professional degree for teachers and those who work in the human and social service professions, community education, or post-secondary education. The curriculum is based on the work done as teachers, leaders, and change agents in formal, non-formal, and community-based settings. The program is designed with the student in mind, making it possible to earn a degree while maintaining professional and/or personal life balance.
Coursework is delivered online. Students complete three required core courses (9 credits) and 21 credits of electives. A minimum of 30 semester graduate credits must be completed to fulfill degree requirements. For more information, visit the M.Ed. coursework webpage.
- Demonstrate foundational knowledge in the field of education.
- Demonstrate competence in evaluating and conducting research and scholarship in education
- Communicate effectively with multiple constituencies in teaching and learning.
- Demonstrate skills in collaboration and in leadership
- Demonstrate skills in cultural competence and global formation in education.
To find out what our recent graduates are doing, see the Career and Internship Services Report: Follow-up of Majors