You don’t have to wait until you have enough time, money, or energy to pursue professional growth in your teaching. Calvin University’s graduate studies in education program provides plenty of options to take courses that fit into your busy life—all at a cost per semester hour that is one of the lowest in the region.
FALL 2019 — Enroll Now!
EDUC 516: Leading Educational Communities — Hybrid course (online course with some on-campus meetings on Wednesdays, 5:30-8:30pm)
EDUC 542: Diagnosis and Remediation of Literacy Difficulties — Offered completely online.
Send the non-degree application to the Calvin Education Department with a $500 deposit check written to Calvin University in order to register as a guest student.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) program is partnering with the CLC Network to offer an online book study, Schools for All Kinds of Minds, led by Megan Cooke. More information and registration is available at the CLC Network website. This study can be taken for 25 SCECH credits or for 1 Calvin graduate credit, as a Workshop towards the requirements in Calvin’s M.Ed. program. The study begins September 23, 2019.
What we offer:
- High-quality courses, taught by a team of professional educators with years of experience in the classroom, that fit into your life (evening, online, and summer workshops available).
- MEd with four formal degree concentrations: educational leadership, literacy, inclusion specialist, and curriculum and instruction—or focus on your specific interests.
- Affordable tuition prices with no hidden fees.
- Two new focuses:
per semester hour graduate course tuition
formal concentrations for your MEd: inclusive education, literacy, educational leadership, and curriculum and instruction
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