- Community Counseling - M.A., M.Ed.
- Cultural and Educational Policy Studies - M.A., M.Ed., J.D./M.A. Dual
- Curriculum and Instruction - M.Ed.
- English Language Teaching and Learning - M.Ed.
- Higher Education - M.Ed.
- Instructional Leadership - M.Ed. (Catholic Educator Cohort ONLY)
- International Higher Education - M.Ed.
- Organizational Evaluation - M.Ed.
- Principal Preparation - M.Ed. (See M.Ed. Instructional Leadership)
- Research Methodology - M.A., M.Ed. (effective Fall 2012 M.Ed. under new name: Organizational Evaluation)
- School Counseling - M.Ed., Endorsement only
- School Psychology - M.Ed. Educ Psych/Ed.S. School Psych
- Teacher Preparation Program - M.Ed. and Endorsement only
- Behavioral Intervention Specialist (LBSII) - M.Ed., Endorsement only
- Elementary Education - M.Ed.
- English as a Second Language (ESL) - Endorsement only
- Middle School Mathematics Education - M.Ed.
- Reading -M.Ed., Endorsement only
- School Technology - M.Ed.
- Science Education - M.Ed.
- Secondary Education - M.Ed.
- Special Education with Teaching Endorsement (LBSI) - M.Ed.
What is the difference between the M.A. and M.Ed. degrees?
M.A.: The M.A. degree requires a minimum of 24 hours of coursework and the completion of a thesis. It prepares students for acceptance into doctoral programs and advancement in their professional discipline.
M.Ed.: The M.Ed. degree requires a minimum of 30 hours of coursework and successful completion of a comprehensive examination. It prepares students for advancement in their professional discipline.