Master of Education
Students interested in becoming teachers or educational administrators may be interested in the Master of Education degree offered by Anderson University. This program attempts to equip students with skills and knowledge in pedagogy and provide a beneficial learning process. This program integrates practical applications that are based in the practices of current research. Courses are available to students in both online and traditional on-campus formats. This program may be completed in 12 months. This program does not lead to certification, and individuals applying to this program must already be certified to teach.
An objective of this program is to help both teachers and administrators learn how to understand, apply, analyze, utilize, and assess a variety of research strategies in order to meet the current and future needs of students and the education system as a whole. These research issues include: accountability, single gender classroom, school violence, and more. The curriculum of this program leads a student to developing a research subject that involves current research strategies, an abstract, a research question or hypothesis of an area of interest, a literature review related to the subject, the role of reliability and validity, data collecting, and analysis strategies.
Students will need to complete 33 credit hours of courses in order to graduate with the Master of Education degree. The required courses include: Current Issues in Public School Education, Strategies for Addressing Diversity in the Classroom, and Education of Students with Exceptionalities.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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