Graduate Studies in Education
Our advanced programs for educators are designed for candidates seeking advanced preparation in the education professions, including P-12 and higher education. The curriculum includes fundamental, theoretical and practical experiences within multiple areas of study. A wide range of traditional, hybrid (blended), and online courses allow for flexibility without giving up the kind of personal attention Salisbury University students have come to expect.
Special tuition discounts for residents of Delaware and Accomack County through our Good Neighbor Graduate Scholarship make our graduate programs more accessible than ever.
Current P-12 educators can choose from a wide range of certificate, masters level
and doctoral programs.
Ed.D. Contemporary Curriculum Theory and Instruction: Literacy
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M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction
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M.Ed. Reading Specialist (advanced licensure)
Post Masters Certificate: Literacy Educator
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M.Ed. Educational Leadership (advanced licensure)
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M.S. Mathematics Education
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Two programs can lead to Maryland teacher licensure for candidates who already hold a bachelor's degree.
For professionals who hold a subject-area degree, the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program leads to teacher licensure in Maryland in agriculture, art, biology, business education, chemistry, earth science, English, French, history, mathematics, music (vocal and instrumental), physics, social studies, Spanish, or technology education.
For career changers interested in a career working with English Langauge Learners, the MA TESOL with Maryland Certification leads to P-12 licensure.
Master of Arts in Teaching
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M.A. English with TESOL Licensure
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For emerging and established higher education professionals, our programs in post-secondary education provide a balance of theoretical and hands-on preparation to work in the exciting worlds of higher education. Both an M.Ed. degree and a post-baccalaureate certificate are available.