The Master of Science in Education degree program involves advanced study designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of teachers in P-12 schools. The program blends studies of educational theory with analysis of current issues and practices in teaching as well as specific discipline content. Program tracks are offered in:
Within the Secondary Education track there is a specialization in Mathematics Teaching that provides secondary mathematics teachers an opportunity to complete 18 credit hours of graduate level mathematics. Within both the Elementary Education and Secondary Education tracks it is possible to complete the coursework necessary to add special education to an existing license. The School Administration and Leadership program leads to a building level administrator’s license in Indiana (with appropriate test scores).
These programs are designed for practicing, licensed teachers and do not lead to an initial teaching license.