The Dwight Schar College of Education's four Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs are among the largest in the state. Our faculty guides practicing educators to explore the current state of the art in education and encourages them to apply new insights to real world settings. We also equip graduate students with the tools to carry out inquiries into the problems that will face educators in the future. These programs are conveniently available at the Ashland campus and regional program centers located in Cleveland, Columbus, Elyria and Stark County/Massillon. Please refer to each M.Ed. program description to learn where a given program is offered.
|M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction with concentrations in:|
|Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century (TL-21) -- A 30-hour program that allows you to focus your electives in an area of your choosing!|
|Educational Technology -- An online degree.|
|Literacy and Reading Instruction -- Take advanced course work in literacy, reading and intervention.|
|Intervention Specialist – Mild-Moderate Needs -- Hours in this program can lead to an Intervention Specialist Mild-Moderate license.|
|Talent Development Education -- A degree program with an embedded Gifted Intervention Specialist Endorsement|
|M.Ed. Educational Administration -- Hours in this program support several of our administrative licensure programs.|