Teaching, Learning & Leadership Courses

The Graduate Education Department offers the Master of Science (MS) in education and a specialization in Teaching, Learning, and Leadership. This emphasis is offered in a learning community format or on campus/blended format.  It provides educators an opportunity to pursue graduate study while building valuable professional relationships with fellow educators.

Earn a Master of Science in Education with an emphasis in Teaching, Learning and Leadership either going through a learning community near you or through the on-campus/blended delivery method.  Find the delivery method that will work for you.  Take the following classes to earn your degree in less than two years. 

MASTER IN TEACHING LEARNING LEADERSHIP CURRICULUM (34 Credits)

ED 621: Critical Theory of Educational Systems - 3cr.
ED 622: Research in Education - 3cr.
ED 623: Professional Planning & Assessment - 2cr.
ED 624: Research Project Design - 3cr.
ED 625: 21st Century Based Teaching & Learning - 3cr.
ED 626: Democracy, Diversity & Leadership - 3cr.
ED 627: Action Research: Project Implement - 2cr.
ED 631: Professional Learning Communities - 3cr.
ED 632: Linking Pedagogy & Content - 3cr.
ED 633: Trends & Issues in Education - 3cr.
ED 634: Educators as Change Agents - 3cr.
ED 635: Content & Curriculum Development - 3cr.

For more information on the curriculum please check out the course descriptions located in the academic catalog.

For further insight into when courses are offered and suggested to be taken please check the following Teaching, Learning, and Leadership academic advising sheet. 

To learn more about the application and financial aid process visit frequently asked questions

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