Master of Education (M.Ed.)

At-Risk and Diverse Learners

In-Person or Online 36 major credits * 2 or 3 years

As low as

$185/mo

*if using financial aid

How to Pay
Reimbursement Friendly Completion Times • Flexible Online Format
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For

This program focuses on the theory and practice of addressing the needs of an increasingly diverse population of learners in our schools. Particular attention is given to students at high risk for educational difficulty and to equity issues.

How You Learn

Online Format: This is an online graduate program. No face-to-face class meetings are required, but students will be engaged in an active and engaging online environment that includes assignments, materials, discussion threads, assessments and/or group activities done electronically. You will finish one 3-credit course every 8 weeks.

Face-to-Face Options are available, please contact the Graduate Information Office at (667) 444-2410.

Career Outcomes

Graduates leave the program equipped with the skills to work with different populations, non-profits organizations, title one schools, or youth groups.

Course Progression and Degree Requirements

M.Ed. Program Option

CourseTitleCredits
ED 631Psychological & Social Characteristics of At-Risk & Diverse Learners3
ED 632Psychological & Social Characteristics of Resilient Learners2
ED 633Methods of Teaching At-Risk & Diverse Learners3
ED 651Educating for Character1.5
ED 652Mediation of Conflict1.5
ED 601Theories of Development3
ED 602Sociological Perspective3
ED 603Personality Development & Self Esteem3
ED 604Contemporary Issues3
ED 681Curriculum Development for a Multi-Cultural Society3
ED 607Prevention Strategies, Classroom Management and Communication3
ED 605Research Methods3
ED 606Action Research3
ED 634Special Project Seminar on At-risk & Diverse Learners (Technology Requirement and Portfolio Completion1
 Total Credits:36

Post-Master’s Certificate (PDs) Program Option**

CourseTitleCredits
ED 631Psychological & Social Characteristics of At-Risk & Diverse Learners3
ED 632Psychological & Social Characteristics of Resilient Learners2
ED 633Methods of Teaching At-Risk & Diverse Learners3
ED 651Educating for Character1.5
ED 652Mediation of Conflict1.5
ED 602Sociological Perspective3
ED 603Personality Development & Self Esteem3
ED 681Curriculum Development for a Multi-Cultural Society3
ED 634Special Project Seminar on At-risk & Diverse Learners (Technology Requirement and Portfolio Completion1
 Total Credits:21
Please Note:

This course outline is tentative and is subject to change. Courses may be offered in a different order than outlined above.

**Any Professional Development Certification on its own is not eligible for Financial Aid.