Elementary Education M.Ed. with Endorsements
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) program in Elementary Education is a graduate degree designed for teachers who wish to pursue advanced preparation in a specific area at the elementary level, including mathematics, science, literacy, and teacher support and coaching endorsements.
Program experiences provide students with pedagogical content knowledge, instructional capabilities, and mindsets needed to serve as effective teachers and also teacher leaders in their schools and communities.
The program includes 12 courses, five of which may be completed online/alternative format. Students may enter the program any semester and complete the program at their own pace.
The K-5 Mathematics and Science Endorsements require one year of teaching experience, and the Teacher Support and Coaching Endorsement requires three years of teaching experience.
For these endorsements requiring teaching experience, other courses in the master’s program may be completed before then.
The endorsement options may also be completed as standalone programs. Or, if a student has already completed a M.Ed., there are opportunities for the endorsement courses to count toward other graduate degrees such as the Ed.D.
Once students complete the required courses for their endorsement, they should submit the CEHD Endorsement Completion form here.
View Endorsement Programs
Catalog course descriptions
Cohort Only Endorsements
These endorsements must have a cohort of 10 or more teachers signed up.
The K-5 Science Endorsement requires a cohort of 10 or more teachers.
- Application for Elementary Education M.Ed. ( Apply Here! )
- Elementary Education M.Ed. Brochure
- Elementary Education M.Ed. Program of Study
Course description and classes
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