The program of study focuses on pedagogy and methodology as well as instruction in the current technological tools utilized in education settings. This program prepares educators:
To identify, evaluate, and apply appropriate technologies, and to be familiar with research in curriculum and instruction;
To enhance the teaching/learning process by integrating technology across the curriculum for all learners;
To collaborate with other professionals in the field of education;
Students have the option of completing a traditional program OR enrolling in the “hybrid format” program that combines on-line distance learning (fall and spring semesters) with intensive summer study on campus.
Hybrid Model Option:
Two year program utilizing on-line learning in combination with several on-campus meetings;
Program meets intensively for three weeks during two consecutive summers, plus courses during the fall and spring semesters that meet for two weeks each semester, with the remaining time spent learning through the use of on-line distance education;
All students entering the hybrid program must start in the summer (program begins with the three week on-campus summer intensive program in July).
The Teacher Education program is accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC). This accreditation includes all Master of Science in Education degree programs.
International Student Requirements:
Submission of a World Education Services (WES) evaluation of the Bachelors degree equivalency, Declaration of Finances form, Bank Affidavit, and TOEFL score.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes
# of Credits Required: 39
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): 798 USD
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Large Suburb
Size & Settings: 3,000-5,999