Master of Education (MEd)

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The Masters of Education Degree programs are designed for graduates to attain the following learning outcomes:

  • Understand the major theories in the discipline of study.
  • Attain a solid foundation in the overall field of education in general, including areas of social justice, educational leadership and advocacy, educational psychology and research.
  • Attain a depth of knowledge in the primary discipline.
  • Think critically.
  • Develop skills as a reflective practitioner to be able to create and sustain change.
  • Conduct teacher research.

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Slide 1 Derrik Wiggins Named Teacher of the Year in Kansas City Public Schools
“The truth is, education is power,” he said. “It’s the power to determine a mindset, a knowledge, a culture, social behavior, class, importance. We have the honor to be able to give that to our students every day.”
Slide 2 Katelyn Freiert Named Teacher of the Year in Fort Zumwalt School District
"It feels amazing to be recognized for a job that I love doing. I couldn’t be more grateful for everything that my students teach me each and every day.”
Slide 3 Nick Husbye’s Literacy Clinic Gets Students Teaching Sooner
An ever-evolving and unique partnership – one that’s reshaping the university’s elementary teacher preparation in multiple ways.