|Program Name||Master of Education|
|College Name||College of Professional Studies|
|Entry Terms||Summer 2013: July 1, 2013
Fall 2013: September 9, 2013
|Credits Required for Graduation||45 Quarter Hours|
|Estimated Total Tuition*||2012-2013 Tuition|
|Curriculum||Higher Education Administration Concentration: View Curriculum
Learning and Instruction Concentration: View Curriculum
Special Education Concentration: View Curriculum
|Download Program Overview||Master of Education, Higher Education Administration Concentration (PDF)|
Master of Education, Learning and Instruction Concentration (PDF)
Master of Education, Special Education Concentration (PDF)
Make an impact on your students and on your career with a Master of Education (MEd) degree. Developed for professionals in the field of education, the MEd maintains a core focus on socio-cultural issues in education. Complementing this focus are concentration areas in higher education administration, special education, and learning and instruction.
Courses within this degree are delivered online or on campus, allowing you to maintain work and life commitments while attending school.
Higher Education Administration Concentration (visit the College of Professional Studies webpage)
For entry to mid-career professionals employed in institutions of higher learning or other organizations serving higher and tertiary education—this concentration explores complex industry issues including: student demographics, financial concerns, legal and policy requirements, technology, and competitive forces.
Learning and Instruction Concentration (visit the College of Professional Studies webpage)
For a broad range of educators, this concentration provides an in-depth look at the critical issues that are transforming the face of education—technology and distance learning, globalization, creative and critical thinking, assessments, and learning outcomes.
Special Education Concentration (visit the College of Professional Studies webpage)
For educators who are licensed at the initial or professional level in another discipline, concentration explores specific topics on modifying curriculum, designing curriculum-based assessments, managing severe behaviors, developing individualized education programs (IEPs), leveraging community resources, and improving literacy.
* Tuition rates are for the 2012-2013 academic year beginning on July 1, 2012. Tuition and fees are subject to revision by the president and Board of Trustees at any time.
$10,000 Scholarship Opportunity
Educators in Charlotte-Mecklenberg Schools are eligible for a $10,000 scholarship. Learn more.
Graduate Education Scholarship
We are pleased to offer a scholarship opportunity to educators and administrators working in public school systems or public colleges and universities across the state of North Carolina.
Students who enroll in the Master of Education, Master of Science in Leadership, Master of Science in Project Management or Master of Sports Leadership degree program at Northeastern University–Charlotte, and meet the criteria, will qualify for a scholarship award of up to $2,500. Learn more.
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