|The Online Master of Education Program at the University of St. Thomas is designed to develop school leaders and master classroom teachers in special education and dual language. This program is funded by a U.S. Department of Education Title V grant. Read more about the Title V PPOHA grant.
Students seeking a master’s degree in education (M.Ed.) have two choices:
- A complete online M.Ed.
- A hybrid master’s degree that combines online classes with traditional face-to-face classes
The degree specialties that will be offered online are:
- Counselor Education
- Educational Leadership
- Special Education
- Dual Language Instruction
- Curriculum and Instruction
NOTE: Scholarships are available for Education Leadership, Special Education or Bilingual/Dual Language. Curriculum and Instruction and Generalist are not covered under the PPHOA Grant
General requirements for the Master of Education degree include 36 credit hours of graduate level courses, and a minimum of two years of field experience.
All degree plans must include three specific core courses (9 credit hours) designed to provide the academic foundations necessary for interpretation and application of educational research (EDUC 6320, 6321, 5303).
For more information, contact Angelica Luna at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 713-525-3153.