North Greenville University’s Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree is designed for the professional educator and includes collaboration with fellow students and faculty practitioners. This innovative program provides greater knowledge of teaching methodologies, curriculum development, and research. Incorporating a distinctively Christ-centered perspective, biblical applications are utilized to understand ethics, modeling, and leadership in the classroom. For class scheduling flexibility, NGU offers both full time and part-time program options.
Building upon your undergraduate degree and career experience, the Master’s in Education degree is structured with a focus on research, analysis, and assessment of relevant educational and classroom topics. Designed for the professional educator, courses are intended to accelerate leadership effectiveness, community relations, and provide a mastery of learning theory applicable to today’s contemporary classrooms.
For specialization, NGU offers a Reading Endorsement concentration.
Multiple Class Options
Benefit from flexible class formats to accommodate your busy schedule which includes 100% online, traditional in-class
sessions, and a hybrid option that blends both in-class and online.
Each class prepares educators to become collaborative and reflective practitioners who are aware of the diverse needs in the classroom. Relevant for both private or public schools, this professional degree will challenge your theories of learning, critical thinking, and educational leadership.
To learn more about the Master of Education degree, connect with NGU through the “Request Info” form provided below.
|Course Title||Credits||Class Formats|
|EDU 5000 - Current Issues in K-12 Schools||3||Online, On Campus, Blended|
|EDU 5700 - Principles of Curriculum Dev.||3||Online, On Campus, Blended|
|EDU 5850 - School & Community Relations||3||Online, On Campus, Blended|
|EDU 6100 - Educational Leadership||3||Online, On Campus, Blended|
|EDU 6200 - Theories of Learning||3||Online, On Campus, Blended|