Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Secondary Education

Available subject areas include:
English, History, Humanities, Biology,
Chemistry, Physics, General Science, and Math/Science

Mostly Online 36 credit hours * 2 years

Affordable Tuition

$196/mo

*if using financial aid

How to Pay
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Program Highlights & Benefits

Program embraces existing content area expertise

Courses developed with the needs of adolescents in mind

Extensive field experiences

Offers a variety of STEM and Humanities licenses

Networking opportunities and job placement support

For

Educators seeking licensure in Secondary Education

What You Learn

  • Demonstrate subject matter expertise.
  • Design high quality instruction, including authentic and meaningful student assessments.
  • Analyze student performance and growth data and to use the data to improve instruction and practice.
  • Teach all students through instructional practices that establish high expectations, a safe and effective classroom environment, and cultural proficiency.
  • Promote the learning and growth of all students through effective partnerships with families, caregivers, community members, and organizations.
  • Ensure the learning and growth of all students through ethical, culturally proficient, skilled and collaborative practice.

How You Learn

Mostly online courses, on your schedule

Career Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students will receive their Master’s in Education, and will be eligible for initial licensure in Secondary Education to teach in a Massachusetts public school setting.

Degree Requirements

Required Curriculum: Initial Licensure

Total Degree Requirements – 36 credits

CourseTitleCredits
EDN 500 Child and Adolescent Development3
EDN 530 OR EDN 575Sheltered English Immersion OR Data Literacy3
EDN 570Classroom Management3
RDL 505Adolescent Literacy3
RDL 515 Writing Instruction3
SEC 530Curriculum and Secondary Education *3
XXX 555Methods in Secondary Education *3
SEC 550Curriculum and Assessment in Practice: Secondary Education (Pre-Practicum) *3
SEC 560Practicum in Secondary Education *3
SEC 565Reflective Seminar in Secondary Education *3
SPE 500Introduction to Teaching Special Education *3
SPE 525 Assistive and Augmentative Technologies3
 Total Requirements 36

*Courses required to obtain the Initial license

Required Curriculum: Non-Licensure

*Electives are chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor

Electives – 12 cr.

Total Degree Requirements – 36 credits

CourseTitleCredits
EDN 500Child and Adolescent Development3
EDN 570Classroom Management3
RDL 505Adolescent Literacy3
RDL 515Writing Instruction3
SEC 530Curriculum in Secondary Education3
(XXX) 555Methods in Secondary Education3
SPE 500Introduction to Teaching Special Education3
SPE 525 Assistive and Augmentative Technologies3
 Total Requirements 36
Please Note:

This is not an official schedule and your cohort may take these courses in a different order.