Master of Science in Education - Teaching Methodology Concentration
After completing our Post Baccalaureate Teacher Certification program, you have the option of enrolling in our Master of Science in Education degree program with a concentration in Teaching Methodology.
The MS.Ed. in Teaching Methodology is available only to graduates of UNE’s Teacher Certification Program. This is a 30-credit master’s degree program encompassing 15 graduate credits from the Teacher Certification Program (TCP) and an additional 15 credits that have been designated to satisfy Department and State of Maine requirements for certification in areas of elementary education (K-8), secondary education (7-12), or art education (K-12). The remaining 15 credits are completed after you receive initial certification and are designed to provide in-depth study in differentiation, classroom management and research.
The remaining 15-credits are 100% online, with no campus visits required and are comprised of the five core courses central to the Master of Science in Education general track. The courses cover in-depth study in the areas of professional learning communities, differentiation, motivation and action research.
- Only 15-credit hours required to complete the 30-credit master’s degree program
- 100% online — no campus visits required
- Learn anytime from any place
- No GRE Required
- Dynamic faculty of practitioners, researchers and educators
- Regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC)
- Successful completion of UNE’s TCP program.
- Employed in an educational setting or ability to access an environment in which you can apply course concepts and strategies.
- Computer with Internet connection, including the hardware and software requirements.
- Must also possess sufficient computer skills to navigate the Internet as all classes are accessed 100% online.
To apply, contact our enrollment team at email@example.com or 800-994-2804. You will complete an abbreviated application for enrollment into the MSM Program.