Master of Education (M.Ed.)

The Master of Education program is designed to provide the academic foundations and depth you will need to advance in your career within the education community, take on leadership roles within the profession, and make significant contributions to the future of children, youth, and families.  This Master of Education Program is designed for teachers who already have an endorsement or other professional educators, and does not include teacher certification.  If you are looking to become a certified teacher you can look at our K-8 post Baccalaureate program or our Secondary and Middle Level M.Ed. Program.

Looking for a program that meets your needs?

  • A part-time program
  • Flexible schedules
  • Evening classes
  • Excellent faculty
  • Collaborative learning

Application Deadlines

  • Still accepting applications for summer quarter and fall quarter 2015.

In the Master of Education program, you are encouraged to think deeply about the complex nature of education. You should be committed to energizing your teaching and to building collegial relationships with other professionals who share common goals, commitments, and professional questions. You should also be committed to growing in the skills of writing, critical thinking, and collaborative learning.

Program faculty members have outstanding expertise, a commitment to instructional excellence, and a dedication to meeting students' academic and professional aspirations. Our enduring commitment is to support academic growth and professional development as you complete your degree.

Alumni Perspectives:



Erica Lind
Educational Studies Advisor

I had the opportunity to work with some really amazing faculty. They’re important people who come up in the critical conversation about education in the areaLisa Sibbet, Social Studies Teacher, Secondary M.Ed., 2010