Open up new possibilities for yourself and your students through graduate-level research. Deepen your knowledge of educational foundations and practice. Explore how education is situated in society, politics, and economics. Discover new possibilities for greater inclusion of all types of learners.
The Master of Education (MEd) degree program engages educational practitioners in rigorous education. By engaging students with substantive scholarship, they develop educational expertise in various areas to become leaders in the field of education. The MEd degree program serves teachers, administrators, and educators more generally who desire to grow personally and professionally through advanced education.
The degree program is flexible, allowing you to specialize in any relevant area of study. We also offer four formal concentrations:
The Inclusion Specialist and Literacy Specialist concentrations are available fully online. The curriculum and instruction and education leadership concentrations have both online and on-campus courses.
Past candidates have given high ratings to the quality of instruction and the thoughtful Christian vision of the program. A combination of online, face-to-face and hybrid courses offers flexibility. The program is intentionally designed to create personal connections with faculty and fellow educators from a range of backgrounds, contexts, and nations. Personal attention and support will enable you to reach further and grow more as you embrace the challenge of extending your professional knowledge and skills. Our commitment to equity, excellence and justice is rooted in a Christian engagement with contemporary education.
For more information, we invite you to contact Debbie Abbott.
The Master of Education (MEd) program engages educational practitioners in rigorous education. By engaging students with substantive scholarship, they develop educational expertise in various areas, to become leaders in the field of education. The MEd program includes five concentrations: Curriculum and Instruction, Literacy, Inclusion Education, Educational Leadership, and Science Education. The MEd program serves teachers, administrators, and educators more generally who desire to grow personally and professionally through advanced education.
Required core course: (3 credits)
Flexible core courses: choose 3 of the following (9 credits)
Concentration courses (9 credits)
- Concentration course 1
- Concentration course 2
- Concentration course 3
Electives (9 credits): (may include concentration-specific requirements)
- Elective 2
- Elective 3
Total semester hours: at least 30 credits
The Graduate Program offers courses on a rotating basis.
- Summer Workshop (online): 2 credits July 5–9 EDUC 602 - Restorative Practices: Engaging Relationally to Strengthen School Culture - OnlineCredit: $780 or Audit: $390
- Summer Session 1 (online): May 3–June 26
- Summer Session 2 (online): June 28–August 21
- Summer Session 2 (hybrid): 6-week course:
June 28–August 7 (Intensive week July 12-16, on campus)
Withdrawing from a course
Students considering dropping a class are encouraged to contact both their instructor and Calvin University's financial services department for tuition implications.
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