Master of Education
The Master of Education program is a professional degree that prepares educators for a variety of teaching and educational leadership roles. ACU offers a graduate programs in Education entirely online.
Master of Education
The M.Ed. program equips students to serve in a variety of classroom and school leadership positions such as principals, department chairs, lead teachers or supervisors, coaches, athletic directors and superintendents. Graduates will find positions in Texas, national, and international educational settings.
Abilene Christian University offers a 30-hour M.Ed. in Leadership of Learning, with three specializations: Principalship, Conflict Resolution for Educators, and Leadership in Digital Learning. Students who chose Principalship will be prepared to sit for the principalship exams based on national standards. The degree can be completed entirely online in 18 months by working professionals. The M.Ed. program has two starting points each semester – fall, spring, and summer – allowing students to enter the program six times per year.
ACU also offers a 36-hour M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, which offers educators to learn the skills necessary to become an influential educator in your community. By taking consecutive semesters, this program can be completed in as few as 18 months by working professionals, all while applying your new knowledge in teaching and being a Christian leader to your own classroom. While taking Curriculum and Instruction classes, you will choose from two areas of specialization: 21st Century Learning or Leadership in Digital Learning.
- Principal Leadership
- Conflict Resolution for Educators
- Leadership in Digital Learning
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Certificate in Conflict Resolutions for Educators
- Certificate in Leadership of Digital Learning
- Certificate in Superintendency
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- Application Process
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- Expert Educational Faculty