Master of Education for Professional Development and/or Add-On Endorsements


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The M.Ed. for practicing teachers who already possess initial licensure and are seeking professional development, license renewal, or an added teaching endorsement.

The Master of Education degree is also offered for practicing teachers who already possess initial licensure and is designed to provide opportunities for continuing professional development, master’s level licensure for teachers and other school personnel, or endorsements in teaching or administration.

A variety of education certificates and add-on endorsements are for students that possess a Master’s degree and want to increase their knowledge on a particular field of study. Many of the courses are offered in weekend and evening formats throughout the year.

The graduate degree programs offered include:

  • Diverse Student Populations
  • Educational Leadership
  • English as a Second Language
  • Literacy Specialist
  • Special Education

M.Ed. For Endorsement pathways and Education Certificates are listed below

  • Diverse Student Populations
  • Educational Leadership
  • Gifted Education
  • Literacy Specialist
  • Secondary Mathematics
  • Special Education General Curriculum
  • Special Education Adapted Curriculum
  • Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Teaching Students with Autism

Please view the College of Education Catalog or program checksheets for more information concerning programs and requirements.

How to Apply:

To apply to a Certificate or Add-On Endorsement program you must go through the Graduate Admissions Office