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The Master of Education (M. Ed.) is a professional degree designed for individuals seeking advanced preparation in the education professions. Like all education programs in the Seidel School, the Master of Education represents the Mission of the University and the Conceptual Framework themes that undergird our programs: Scholarship, Collaboration, Enhanced Student Learning, and Informed and Reflective practice.
There are four unique opportunities for M. Ed. candidates. Three of these programs are designed for the advanced study of education by practicing teachers.
Individuals who are interested in the M.Ed. for professional goals that require the Master of Education but who are not planning a career in PreK-12 schools should apply for the M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction Program, Post-Secondary Track. The Post-Secondary Track has a focus on higher education learners, practice and services. Applicants do not need to have an initial licensure, and the program does not lead to licensure for public school teaching.
Salisbury University also offers the Master of Science in Mathematics Education through the Henson School of Science and Technology, and the Master of Arts in English with a focus on Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) through the Fulton School of Liberal Arts.
Persons who are seeking an initial teaching licensure to teach as a secondary educator should apply to the Master of Arts in Teaching Program. Salisbury University offers strong undergraduate programs leading to early childhood and elementary teaching licensure through the Department of Teacher Education.