Program Details

Master of Education in Teaching

Emporia, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Teacher Education

Program Overview

Program Description:

Emporia State University’s Master of Education in Teaching (M.Ed.) helps teachers, library/media specialists, and school counselors develop their skills and knowledge of teaching. M.Ed. is a 36 credit hour program which completed online. Classes are available online during the spring, fall, and summer semesters. The M.Ed. is for any teacher, or person in a related field, who desires to obtain a master’s degree. Option 1 of the degree does not lead to a teaching license or endorsement. Option 2 of the degree is associated with the Restricted Licensure program and leads to licensure. Option 2 requires the student to have a current teaching contract in the state of Kansas.

Additional Program Information

National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education, Kansas State Department of Education (NCATE) and Higher Learning Commission
Financial Aid:
1. Admission to graduate study by the ESU Graduate School. 2. GPA of 3.0 on the 60 hours of college course work for those completing a master’s degree. 3. Official transcripts of all college work. 4. Complete and pass the Departmental Essay. 5. Two references from supervisors or individuals who have had the responsibility of evaluating your academic or professional performance. 6. Complete and sign the disposition form.
International Requirements:
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