The Masters of Arts in Education: Professional Educator degree at Edgewood College provides exceptional versatility for students interested in education who are not seeking a teaching or administrator license.
There are four Professional Educator specializations:
Students complete a minimum of 33 credits to receive the Master of Arts in Education: Professional Educator degree. Coursework for each specialization is divided into the following sections:
Students take required courses stipulated in their chosen specializations.
Students choose elective courses in their chosen specializations configured to meet their professional goals.
Students take the following research courses leading up to research capstone projects:
Attending graduate school is one of the best investments you will ever make in yourself and your future. Completing your Master’s degree demonstrates your commitment to life-long learning and your dedication to the profession. As a graduate student in the School of Education at Edgewood College you’ll join a unique community of learners and leaders. You’ll work with experienced faculty leaders who offer responsive and supportive advising and are dedicated to helping you meet your individual and professional goals.
Tuition and Financial Aid information for license and master’s programs.
Graduate students are eligible for financial aid in the form of Federal Stafford Loans. Learn more about Stafford Loans, including eligibility requirements and application instructions at Graduate Student Financial Aid.
Financial Aid Questions? Contact Edgewood Central at 608-663-4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our admissions and financial aid counselors have worked with thousands of students who have questioned how they could afford to complete their graduate education. They will use their experience to suggest creative solutions for financing your education. We work with students and organizations to manage tuition reimbursement plans, extend tuition discounts to various corporate partners in the region, offer third party billing and monthly payment plans, and work with veterans to maximize their available aid.
You may submit up to 12 semester hours of graduate credit for consideration of transfer to Edgewood College for application to a degree program. Approval of the respective department is required. To be considered for application to a degree program, a course must have been taken within the past five years. For more information about transfer credits, please contact your admissions counselor.