Graduate Programs in Education

Master of Arts, Master of Education, and Master of Arts in Teaching

School of Education and Psychology faculty

 

School of Education Graduate Faculty

  • Denise Dunzweiler, dean
  • Austin Archer, Ph.D
  • Debbie Muthersbaugh, Ph.D.
  • Tamara Randolph, Ph.D

Mission The School of Education offers three master's degree programs -- The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Education, the Master of Education (M.Ed.), and the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.). All programs support the mission of the university and the school by:

  • teaching basic research skills and techniques;
  • focusing on research in emerging policy, practice, and professional life;
  • addressing contemporary issues, needs, and trends in education and psychology;
  • providing supervised practicums in the area of specialization; and
  • assisting students in the development and application of a philosophy of Christian service.

Degrees

 

Most specialization options are sufficiently flexible to meet individual needs. However, an applicant wishing to pursue a specialization in an area other than those listed above may submit to the department and the Graduate Council an individualized proposal. At least 24 quarter hours (18 hours in M.A. program) must be itemized in the chosen specialization area. Additional credits needed to complete the degree will be selected in harmony with the degree requirements specified in the Graduate Bulletin. An individualized program must be planned in consultation with an adviser in the School of Education and Psychology and requires Graduate Council approval before it is implemented.

Scholarship Information | Graduate Bulletin

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Last update on February 10, 2014