About the Master of Education Program
We are teaching out this program to our current students but will no longer be accepting applications for it.
The Master’s of Education (M.Ed.) program at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College is designed for women and men who wish to pursue a graduate degree in education. The program integrates the Five Core Propositions of the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) and focuses on the Teacher as Leader in Curriculum and Instruction.
The program combines coursework in pedagogy and leadership to prepare teachers to lead curriculum reform efforts, develop school improvement plans, implement curriculum development and assessment projects, and serve as change agents within their learning communities.
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Earn your degree in one year.
The 36-credit hour program is designed to be completed in one year using a hybrid-course format, with on-site face-to-face cohort group seminars at the beginning and end of each course, an interactive webinar experience in the middle of each course, and web-based assignments and discussion throughout the course.
Students will take two courses every two months. However, students who cannot meet this rigorous schedule will be permitted to elect a two-year completion option taking one course every two months.