Our Master’s in Education degree program helps you build advanced skills to improve classroom effectiveness and raise the achievement level of your students. You will participate in specialized courses in a selected area of interest—Reading Specialist, ESL, Technology-Enhanced Teaching or Special Education.
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Meets on-site or online, 1 night per week
Fulfill 33-39 credit hours at $365 per credit hour
Complete your Masters in 18 months
Attend classes in Olathe and online
Upcoming Start Dates*
May 2015: ESL, TET, Reading Specialist
August 2015: SPED
The Education Master’s degree from MNU is fully accredited by NCATE, and courses are taught by highly-qualified, experienced instructors. A mobile, web-based curriculum allows you to complete the online Master’s in Education degree program in 18 months. Many working adults choose our online Master’s in Education program because it offers the freedom to work toward a degree anytime, anywhere.
Our instructors enhance their lessons with podcasts, vodcasts, social networking, wikis and other electronic delivery technology. You'll engage in real-time webcasts with instructors throughout the program using virtual collaboration tools like Adobe Connect, allowing for asynchronized and synchronized learning each week.
*For information on our priority application deadlines and registration deadlines, please contact us at 913-971-3800 or at email@example.com.
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