Master's in Education (M.Ed.) Program
Earn your master's in Education degree online.
An A+ program to propel your professional purpose
Our master's in Education program is designed for creative and analytical advocates and educators just like you. You will develop the skills, techniques, and experience to increase access to learning by reducing and removing physical, cognitive, intellectual, and organizational barriers for your students.
Equity and education: producing inclusive instructors that inspire
In our M.Ed. program, you will learn how to apply the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework to proactively design capacity-building learning experiences. Within UDL, learner variability, whether visible or invisible, is seen as an asset. Based in cognitive neuroscience, UDL focuses on designing with variability in mind and removing barriers to learning by frontloading flexible options for engaging learners, teaching important concepts, and building goal-directed learners. In your coursework, you will experience the UDL framework firsthand as program faculty model the principles and actively engage you in applying UDL in your own practice.
Finish your master's degree on a teacher's timeline.
Finish your master's degree on a teacher's timeline. Our flexible, 30-credit program is entirely online, an optimal fit for those who teach full-time or care for their families. Up to 12 credits can be granted to students entering the program — six from prior learning as part of the Alternative Route to Certification, and six from previous professional learning and teaching experience. Pending portfolio review of these credits, students will be able to complete the remaining 18 credits in as few as 12 months part-time.
E-learning that excites
Beyond brick and mortar buildings, our M.Ed. is offered entirely online, so you can use the latest technology to help tackle your educational to-do lists. Make multimedia learning memorable. Earn credits, connect, and correspond with your cohort all through the convenience of your personal computer.
Financing for your future
You invest time in your students; now, it's time for Goodwin University to invest in you. Our tuition for the M.Ed. program is competitive with other private, non-profit colleges in CT, and we break it down for you, so you know exactly what you'll pay before you start classes. GRE test scores are also not required, eliminating additional educational expenses.
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Goodwin University is a nonprofit institution of higher education and is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), formerly known as the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).