Master of Arts in Education
The Kremen School of Education and Human Development offers a Master of Arts in Education degree. Within the degree, students pick between five specialized options: Curriculum and Instruction, Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership and Administration, Multilingual Multicultural Education, and Reading/Language Arts. Each specialization is geared towards advanced study in that particular subject.
Our graduates use their specialized skills in a variety of ways; teaching teachers, becoming more involved in their institutions learning process, working in administration and much more.
Choose Between Five Specialized Program Options
Designed for teachers and other professionals who desire advanced study in curriculum, instruction, educational psychology, research design and educational statistics.
This program option offers specialized preparation for a wide variety of positions in educational settings with children from birth through the primary grades.
Prepares candidates to effectively lead in educational organizations and serve in leadership roles in diverse educational settings such as public and private schools, colleges, universities and other related educational agencies. The Educational Leadership and Administration program prepares students through two distinct pathways: P-12 Leadership and Administration pathway and the Higher Education, Administration, and Leadership (HEAL) pathway.
Designed to provide candidates with a professional preparation that is research based on linguistically and culturally diverse learners (LCD). Candidates are prepared to view LCD learners and their communities within the context of the social political environment of local communities, schools, and the global society. In addition, candidates learn how to work effectively in cross-cultural and multilingual settings for the 21st century.
This program option is offered in person or online and provides specialized preparation in reading/language arts for classroom and resource teachers, for reading and language development specialists, for clinic and curriculum supervisors, and anyone interested in learning more about literacy.
Learn more about the application process.