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Georgia State University Atlanta , GA  
  • The M.Ed. Science Education degree (online) is a separate but parallel program to the traditional Master of Education in Science... more >

  • The program for the major in reading, language, and literacy provides for master’s level study of literacy. more >

  • The program is designed for individuals interested in working in the field of instructional technology. more >

  • Since 1993, we have been identified as the Department of Educational Policy Studies (EPS), as a result of a mass restructuring process within the College of Education.   EPS offers an interdisciplinary graduate program leading to various de... more >

  • Since 1993, we have been identified as the Department of Educational Policy Studies (EPS), as a result of a mass restructuring process within the College of Education.   EPS offers an interdisciplinary graduate program leading to various de... more >

  • The M.S. major in Instructional Design and Technology provides students with the basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to perform as instructional technologists. An instructional technologist is a professional educator who can combine knowledg... more >

  • This entirely online program is designed to be completed in four semesters. The M.Ed. in Mathematics Education seeks to advance the ability of early and mid-career mathematics teachers to effectively implement standards-based instructional practices. more >

  • The goals of the School are : to graduate nurses who are strongly committed to improving patient care. These goals have been reached through Educating nurse clinicians, practitioners, scholars, leaders and researchers Developing health-related com... more >

  • The goals of the School are : to graduate nurses who are strongly committed to improving patient care. These goals have been reached through Educating nurse clinicians, practitioners, scholars, leaders and researchers Developing health-related com... more >

  • The goals of the School are : to graduate nurses who are strongly committed to improving patient care. These goals have been reached through Educating nurse clinicians, practitioners, scholars, leaders and researchers Developing health-related com... more >