What can I do with this program after I graduate?

  • Graduates who complete all program requirements are eligible to apply for an Advanced (M) teaching license.
  • Graduates may pursue careers in a number of areas including the following: Charter and public school pre-k and elementary schools teachers, program administrator, literacy facilitator and so much more. Read more on the college website.

The M.Ed. in Elementary Education is a 30 credit hour online program. The Programs of Study include 15 credit hours of required courses and 11-15 credit hours of courses from one of the concentrations. 

  • Academically or Intellectually Gifted
  • Anti-Racism in Urban Education
  • Elementary Mathematics
  • Literacy
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Core Courses (15 credit hours):

Phase I. Developing Perspectives (6 credit hours)

  • ELED 6200: Current Issues in Global and Urban Elementary Schools
  • ELED 6202: Classroom Management and Leadership for Diverse Learners

Phase II. Collaborative Inquiry (6 credit hours)

  • ELED 6203: Instructional Differentiation and Leadership for 21st Century Learners
  • RSCH 6101: Research Methods

Phase III. Investigative Leadership (3 credit hours)

  • ELED 6303: Teacher Inquiry and Data Analysis in the Elementary Classroom

Concentrations (11-15 credit hours)

  • See each course page linked to the left for individual concentration courses to take in addition to the core.