The Master of Education degree at Friends University has two majors: Teaching and Learning and Licensure in Special Education. Majors focus on practical application of classroom learning-teaching skills, student advocacy meeting the learning and assessment needs of all students, and educational leadership in an increasingly complex global society. To complete a Master of Education degree, the candidate will complete 30 credit hours of course work to include a professional core of six (6) courses or eighteen (18) required credit hours. The remaining twelve (12) credit hours needed for program completion will be fulfilled with approved Friends University Graduate workshop credits.
The Special Education program results in high incidence licensure. The portfolio workshop requirement for that major will be completed as part of the course SPED 650 Practicum to fulfill KSDE licensure requirements.
Students must complete all graduate degree requirements within five (5) years of their first course registration.
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Teaching and Learning Core Requirements: 18 credit hours