Master of Education
Ready to advance your career and your salary? Our MED is designed for teachers interested in shaping the future of education without leaving their classrooms. Recognizing the significant impact Master teachers have on school improvement, our degree develops teacher leaders who want to improve personal teaching practice and promote 21st-century learning.
|•||Undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution|
|•||Recommended undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0|
Students who do not meet the automatic admissions standards are still encouraged to apply.
Every applicant to the University of Jamestown is reviewed on an individual basis. Admission is granted to applicants who will, in the judgment of the Academic Standards Review Committee, make positive contributions to the community life of the University and be able to progress satisfactorily toward the completion of all degree requirements.
The University of Jamestown does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, marital status or public assistance, in accordance with applicable laws.
The University of Jamestown reserves the right to rescind an admissions decision due to various circumstances deemed appropriate by the University; including, but not limited to personal behavior and social conduct that may poorly reflect the University of Jamestown values.
The University of Jamestown operates on a rolling admissions policy. An admission decision will be made within two weeks of the completion and receipt of your application and academic credentials.
Class Delivery Option
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Tuition for teachers
with a ND teaching
$275 per credit
|Tuition for students
without a ND teaching license
|$438 per credit|
|Books and Supplies (estimate)||$250|
Master of Education Course Listing
|EDUC 523||Art and Science/Educational Leadership||EDUC 521||Integrating Technology into Teaching and Learning|
|EDUC 526||Introduction to Research and Evaluation in Education||EDUC 524||Models of Learning and Instruction|
|EDUC 522||Principles of Curriculum Development||EDUC 529||Collaboration and Professional Development|
|EDUC 527||21st Century Curriculum||EDUC 528||Instructional Coaching and Mentoring|
|EDUC 519||Understanding Diverse Learners||EDUC 530||Leading Organizational Change|
Total Required Credits = 30
For more information please visit the MED academic section.