Assistant Professor of Teacher Education
M.S., Western Oregon University Primary Responsibilities: Oversee the Teacher Education and School Counseling Programs With …
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) at Bushnell University is a non-licensure graduate program designed for educators and professionals who currently hold their initial teaching license but want to expand their knowledge and advance their careers.
The M.Ed. program at Bushnell University allows students to add an endorsement to their current teaching license. Endorsement areas include: Special Education, Physical Education (PE), and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Students also take courses in educational research, ethics, cultural competency, and leadership. This program provides skills to improve instruction and professional practice.
The M.Ed. program offers engaging, active, social-learning experiences aligned and tailored to your professional goals. You will earn your degree in just 12 months under the guidance of leading professionals in the field.
The courses and standards have been outlined and approved by Teacher Standards & Practices Commission (TSPC).
The Master of Education program is 30-31 credits and can be completed in 12 months. Each cohort begins Summer Session 2 (July). Coursework is completed in a hybrid format with classes in the evening and online.
Upon completion of the Master of Education program, candidates will demonstrate:
Please complete and return admission pieces via email at: email@example.com or in person/by mail to: Office of Graduate Admissions, 828 E. 11th Ave. Eugene, OR 97401-3745, or via fax at: 541-349-5281
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