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Walker School of Education

Master of Education in Leadership, Teaching, and Learning

Master of Education in Leadership, Teaching, and Learning

The Walker School of Education graduate program’s mission is to prepare culturally responsive educators and leaders who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to build a culture of learning; implement principles of effective instruction and leadership; apply data-driven decision-making to inform continuous school improvement; demonstrate professionalism and respect; and foster inclusive and equitable learning environments for all stakeholders of the school community.

About the MEd program:

Under the Walker School of Education, Midland’s Master of Education in Leadership, Teaching, and Learning graduate-level program is designed for full-time teachers who are ready to grow as educators in their school or district. Throughout the program, students will develop skills that they can take back to their classrooms immediately.

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About the MEd program:

36-39

Credit
Hours*

2

Years
(Average)

Class Type:
100% Online, 8-week courses 

Transfer Credits:
Transfer up to 40% of the degree total

Next Start Date:
March 13, 2023

Application Deadline:
March 1, 2023

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*Number of credit hours depends on the Area of Emphasis

Connect with an Advisor

Brianna Ward at Midland University
Brianna Ward

Program Advisor
Center for Graduate and Professional Studies
Email Address: ward@midlandu.edu
Phone Number: 402-720-5502

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Program Goals

The Master of Education in Leadership, Teaching, and Learning offers a unique opportunity to earn a master’s degree while also pursuing an area of emphasis. 

Students complete 18 credits of core coursework plus an additional 18 credits related to the specific area of emphasis, concluding with a capstone experience. To complete an area of emphasis, students will work with their advisor to determine when they will take their graduate-level endorsement or National Board Certification Preparation courses.

Credits for the area of emphasis vary slightly, but all Master of Education in Leadership, Teaching, and Learning students will complete 36 to 39 credits.


Corporate Partners

Midland’s Master of Education in Leadership, Teaching, and Learning program is proud to partner with Omaha Public Schools to promote higher education for teachers and paraprofessionals, providing endorsements and other training opportunities to improve OPS student achievement.

Are you employed with OPS? Request more information today!

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Accreditation

Midland University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois, 60604-1411, (800) 621-7440, and the Department of Higher Education of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Individual programs are accredited by the Nebraska State Board of Nursing, the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care, and the Nebraska State Department of Education. Documentation of accreditation may be viewed upon request in the Office of the President.

Midland University’s Master of Education in Leadership, Teaching, and Learning and endorsement programs are approved by the Nebraska State Department of Education, 500 S. 84th St., 2nd Floor, P.O. Box 94987, Lincoln, NE 68510-2611, (402) 471-2295.


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