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Master's Programs

Graduate programs in the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education foster the insights and skills needed to deal with the most pressing challenges facing the education profession. They also are well regarded by professors and educational leaders throughout the nation. Outstanding faculty members construct rigorous coursework and field experiences for graduate students and engage in millions of dollars of funded research. The College of Education is committed to addressing real problems in practice and contributing to policy development and analysis. 

Master’s programs generally prepare graduates for advancements or new roles within their respective fields as practitioners. For educators, the M. Ed. generally provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to obtain leadership positions in schools or to add initial or advanced certification in teaching. Many programs also help students develop methods of inquiry and can lead to careers in research.

Master's Emphasis areas include