Teaching and Learning (MSEd Online)

Designed for classroom teachers wishing to enhance their pedagogical skills and assume school leadership roles, the master's in teaching and learning is entirely online and addresses teachers’ roles as mentors, curriculum specialists, instructional coaches and catalysts for change.

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School of Education

Teaching and Learning (MSEd Online)

Courses focus on:

  • Learner development
  • Research-based curriculum and instruction
  • Strategies for meeting the needs of diverse learners, and
  • Teaching and learning with digital technology

Students must pass written and oral examinations before graduating. 

Admission

Admission to the teaching and learning program requirements include the following:

  • Undergraduate GPA of 2.75
  • Completed graduate application
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • $35 application fee
  • An official transcript
  • Candidates must have a teaching certificate

Students may enter the program fall, spring or summer term.

Careers 

Successful graduates will be poised to serve as K-12 school leaders in roles such as master teachers, department chairs and curriculum directors.

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