The Master of Education will provide continued professional development, a higher level of certification with the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GAPSC) and a deeper understanding of content and pedagogy in the classroom.
Students looking to apply to the M.Ed. program will follow guidelines for the original requirements specified in the graduate catalog along with: an evaluation from the previous year (evaluation should include formal and informal observations) and a two-page essay on the personal commitment to the education profession, including, but not limited to, a personal testimony for being called to the profession, reasons for obtaining an M.Ed., and future professional goals.
*This degree will be offered with a Hybrid Online class schedule.
Areas of Study
- Methods of Educational Research
- Reading Diagnostics and Correction Strategies
- Educational Psychology
- Curriculum and Pedagogy in Multicultural Education
- Advanced Instructional Assessment Planning
Hours required for completion: 36
Dr. Julie Lutz, Dean of The Peter and Gredel Walpot School of Education and Assistant Professor of Education
706-865-2134, ext. 6100
At Truett McConnell, I learned that I was getting more than just a degree. The Great Commission Minor challenged my faith and truly questioned what I believed and why I believed it.
– Kelcie Johnson, Jack P. Nix Elementary School Teacher
This is a great opportunity for TMU graduates to be involved in continuing their education as well as providing job embedded professional development for surrounding school systems while earning a higher certification.
– Dr. Julie Lutz, Dean of the Peter and Gredel Walpot School of Education