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Your Career, Your Choice Education Sciences

There are three options to choose from within the master’s degree: Instructional Sciences – M.Ed. degree only – no licensure, Principal Licensure  (Administration), or Teacher Licensure.

The degree-only option will prepare you to pursue a Ph.D. in the future. In this 30-credit program, you’ll focus on learning theory and building your research skills. No licensure coursework is completed.

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M.Ed. in Education and Human Resource Studies Education Sciences with Teacher Licensure

This master’s degree is designed to prepare you to be an educator in preschool through grade 12 public or private school settings. You’ll build the skills you need to lead classrooms, teams, and educational programs. You will complete licensure coursework.

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M.Ed. in Education and Human Resource Studies Education Sciences with Principal Licensure

This coursework is designed to prepare you to be a principal or educational leader with leadership skills to direct educational programs, facilitate educational renewal, and implement new innovations in education. You will complete licensure coursework.

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M.Ed. in Education and Human Resource Studies Want to Take the Next Step?

Learn about the options this degree has to offer.

Partner with Professional Educators

Our program’s strong reputation with school districts offers you the opportunity to learn alongside professional teachers and school administrators working in the field. Through practicum and internship experiences, you’ll gain real-world experience in local school districts.

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Graduate Program Resources Useful Links

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Our graduate programs have slightly different application requirements. Get all the details for your application here.

There are a number of funding opportunities available for our graduate programs.

Learn how your graduate degree will lead to your next career.

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