Program Overview

Valparaiso University offers an online Master of Education in Humane Education degree. The completely online environment of this course offers students increased flexibility and convenience of attending class during their free time. This program does require students to participant in a one-week residency at the Institute for Humane Education in Maine. Applicants for this degree must have a valid teaching license.

This degree provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to discover connections between human rights, animal protection and environmental preservation. The curriculum focuses on enhancing creative and critical thinking, civic engagement, informed decision making and problem solving skills. This program focuses assignments and courses towards classrooms and teach students how to apply their knowledge in a classroom environment.

Valparaiso University requires 33 credit hours along with a master’s thesis in order to complete this program. Most students complete this degree in about two years, taking two courses each semester.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Master

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

    Requirements

    The standard admission requirements for the Graduate School apply, including a minimum 3.0 GPA (with exceptions considered on a case by case basis)

    School Overview

    Valparaiso University, also known as Valpo, is a private institution that was founded in 1859. Located on a 310-acre suburban campus in Valparaiso, Indiana, Valparaiso University is the country’s largest independent Lutheran institution and is owned by the Lutheran University Association. Valparaiso University was originally founded by Methodists as a co-educational institution but had to close in 1871 due to losses that occurred during the civil war. In 1873, the university re-opened as the Northern Indiana Normal School and became Valparaiso College in 1900. The university got its current name in 1906. The Lutheran University Association purchased Valparaiso in 1925 and it became a premier learning institution combining professional training and liberal arts university.

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