Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs

If you would like to pursue a Master of Education, the Fredrikson School of Education offers convenient, affordable degrees for P-12 educators looking to pursue advanced programs, non-educators seeking initial certification and individuals pursuing careers in adult and higher education.

The following M.Ed. programs are available to currently-licensed teachers:

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teaching program is designed for individuals who possess a baccalaureate degree in a content area taught in middle and secondary schools. In just 21 months, individuals can graduate with a master's degree and be certified to teach at the middle and high school levels.

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Administration: Adult and Higher Education degree program provides a broad understanding of postsecondary education from historical, philosophical, social and developmental perspectives. The two-year, 33-credit degree program also develops understanding of leadership and organization issues as they relate to theory and practice. Culminating in an individualized internship designed to provide career experience, this program prepares professionals to work in contexts such as adult learning organizations, higher education institutions, business, and industry.