A master’s degree leads to more opportunities in education, from standing out in the applicant pool to having qualifications for leadership positions.
Abilene Christian’s fifth-year Master of Education (M.Ed.) in teaching and learning, designed for high-performing teacher candidates, allows you to begin graduate-level courses in your final undergraduate semester at ACU.
As part of our M.Ed. program, you will participate in a year-long residency in high-needs schools and classrooms, and you will leave equipped to meet the needs of diverse student populations.
For additional information about the M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning and to hear from current and former students, see this informational video.
|Degree||Master of Education in Teaching and Learning (M.Ed.)|
|Program length||1 year|
You will take courses such as:
Candidates will begin the process by submitting a Statement of Intent in the EDUC 211 semester and will formally apply to the Fifth-Year Master's in Teaching and Learning Degree Sequence during the fall semester, one year prior to matriculation. Applications will be due on the second to last Friday in November with notification of acceptance prior to the spring semester.
Candidates will then apply to the graduate school in the fall semester of their senior year to begin taking graduate level courses the following spring, while completing their undergraduate coursework for May graduation.
See full ACU graduate admissions requirements here.