The Master of Science in Education (MSE) degree program involves advanced study designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of licensed, practicing teachers in P-12 schools. The program blends studies of educational theory with analysis of current educational issues and practices. The program of study includes 33 credits hours culminating in an action research project implemented in the graduate student’s P-12 classroom or school. The program does not lead to initial teacher licensure. However, courses may be used for license renewal. Begining summer 2020, all courses in the MSE program will be offered in an online format. Concentrations are offered in the following area:
Note: Click on the track name above for the curriculum for each track. Admission into the Educational Leadership and Administration Program is summer and fall only. Admission to the Curriculum and Instruction and Secondary Mathematics Teaching tracks is spring, summer or fall.