About this course
The Master of Arts in Education (M.A.Ed.) program is for active educators who want to improve their ability in the classroom and provide leadership to the Education profession. The program is designed to provide the opportunity for current teachers and educators to complete the requirements for the degree in two years, while maintaining full-time employment. This program consists of 33 graduate credit hours and is delivered online.
- Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited educational institution
- Minimum of 3.0 GPA from the most recent degree completion program or from the last 60 hours of the undergraduate degree
- Documented Teacher Certification (Florida or another U.S. state) preferred
- Two written character references and recommendations reflecting the ability to perform at the graduate level
- Two written essays limited to one printed page each in which you reflect on your desire to pursue a Master’s Degree in education and examine your call to teach and the relationship of this calling to the teaching profession and the mission statement of Warner University
- Full-time or part-time teaching position or evidence of willingness and commitment to field experiences in the classroom