The Master of Education Department seeks to prepare educators to become curriculum specialists, curriculum directors, and highly qualified classroom teachers for public and private schools. Our graduate students experience small classes, highly qualified instructors, and opportunities to interact with peers in a Christian environment. Classes are flexibly scheduled to meet the needs of busy educators who are already active in the fields of private and public education.
Graduate School of Education
Delivery of Instruction
All of the classes are now hybrid in nature which means that most of the class work is submitted electronically during the 8 week course. Because students are enrolled in only one 8 week course at a time, they have time to focus on just that course. The students are required to attend one Saturday face-to-face class for each class which provides students opportunities to interact with their peers, present projects, and participate in a variety of group activities which are an integral part of the master of education degree.
The M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction degree is a 36-hour program composed of 18 core hours and 18 hours of specialized preparation. In addition, students must submit a professional portfolio that demonstrates their expertise as they relate to the development of Curriculum and Instruction. This program readies teachers for more skilled delivery of instruction, development of curriculum, instructional coaching of classroom teachers, and curriculum directorship at all levels, including district.
|Core Courses |
|EDU 6302 Research in Education||EDU 6301 The Learning Process|
|EDU 6303 Curriculum Design and Evaluation||EDU 6319 Curriculum & Instruction in Reading|
|EDU 6304 The School and Multicultural American Society||EDU 6320 Development: Infant, Child, Adolescent|
|EDU 6310 Instructional Leadership Development||EDU 6321 Current Trends in Math Instruction|
|EDU 6311 Educational Organization and Administration||EDU 6322 methods in Second Language Acquisition|
|EDU 6312 School Law||EDU 6323 Introduction to Exceptional Learners|
Hold a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Have a minimum of 12 hours in Bible / Theology and/or Christian worldview.
Complete the GRE (Graduate Record Exam) prior to the completion of 12 hours of master’s course work.
Minimum Score Verbal Reasoning…………...135
Minimum Score Quantitative Reasoning....135
Minimum Score Analytical Writing…………..3.0
Complete a supervised writing assignment prior to or during the completion of six hours of master’s course work. This assignment is designed to gauge the student’s written proficiency.
Official transcript for each of your earned degrees at the undergraduate or graduate level as well as transcripts from all undergraduate programs attended.
Two recommendations from individuals other than your family that can attest to your character and ability to complete a Master’s level degree.
Submit a $50 non-refundable application fee.