About this course
The Master of Arts in Education is designed as a dynamic, current program to meet the needs of education professionals as they gain additional expertise in one or more state endorsement areas. The degree is awarded after successful completion of 35-38 semester hours of rigorous study.
This program is designed to provide the student with 11 hours of core knowledge in educational design, theory, assessment, technology and research. The additional semester hours allow the student to focus on a particular endorsement area.
This program uses a cohort model with a group of participants completing all requirements in a four-semester cycle. The current cognate areas are Educational Leadership (EDLD), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Exceptional Learner/Special Education (EDSE) & Teacher Leader (EDTL).