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M.Ed. Learning Goals


  1. Understands the contexts of professional practices.
  2. Demonstrates accuracy, organization, and persistence in achieving intellectual and professional goals.
  3. Contributes to the school, district, and the broader professional community.
  4. Engages in systematic inquiry.

M.Ed. Learning Goals

Learner Development:

  1. Assumes responsibility in data-based decision-making and helps to ensure that decisions are based on the highest professional standards.
  2. Demonstrates knowledge of clients/students.

M.Ed. Learning Goals


  1. Demonstrates knowledge of content and pedagogy.
  2. Demonstrates knowledge of resources.
  3. Designs coherent, evidence-based interventions.
  4. Establishes favorable conditions for instruction and intervention.
  5. Uses knowledge of communication techniques to foster collaboration and supportive interactions.

M.Ed. Learning Goals


  1. Takes initiative in assuming leadership roles.
  2. Initiates activities that contribute to the profession.
  3. Seeks out opportunities for professional development and growth.
  4. Actively participates in professional events and projects.
  5. Challenges negative attitudes and practices; is proactive in serving clients/students/colleagues.
  6. Assists and supports fellow professionals.

Master of Education degree programs in the following areas:

  • Initial Teacher License
    • Initial teaching licensure through the School-Based Program*
    • Initial teaching licensure through the Professional Teacher Program*
  • Educational Leadership
  • School Psychology
  • Advanced Studies
    • Child and Adolescent Health and Wellness
    • Literacy
    • Substance Use Disorders
    • Middle/Secondary Education
    • Specialized Sequence
  • Educational Psychology

*Master of Arts programs are designed to meet the needs of students primarily interested in research-oriented programs. M.A. programs are offered in the same areas listed above with the exception of initial teaching licensure through the school-based program and initial teaching licensure through the professional teacher post-baccalaureate program.

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Financial Assistance

Scholarships and graduate assistantships are available to students in our M.Ed. programs.

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The department is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and approved by the Ohio Department of High Education.