Master of Education (M.Ed.)
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teaching and Learning is for teachers and other professionals who wish to enhance their content and pedagogical knowledge, as well as research skills in teaching and learning. Program activities engage students in the study of teaching and learning using current theoretical developments in order to:
- Develop curriculum illustrating best practices.
- Research inquiries in areas of their interest.
- Bilingual/Bicultural (Online)
- Career and Technical Education (Online)
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- English as a Second Language (Online)
- English Education
- Foreign Language Education
- Literacy Instructional Coaching PK-8 (Online)
- Mathematics Education-Secondary
- Peace and Conflict Studies
- Science Education-Secondary
- Social Studies Education
- Special Education (Autism Spectrum Disorder K-12 and Cognitive Impairment K-12)
Admission to this program is contingent upon admission to the WSU Graduate School (admission requirements). A GPA of 2.75 is required for regular admission and 2.5 for qualified admission. In addition, applicants must satisfy the following criteria:
- An earned bachelor's from an accredited institution of higher education.
- A satisfactory content background in some of the concentrations not leading to a teaching endorsement (e.g. science; mathematics).
The Master of Education requires a minimum of 30 credits, at least 24 of which much be taken at Wayne State University. The program is offered under master's plan "B," which includes completion of a terminal seminar and essay or project. Students in this program complete an individualized plan of work with their advisor.
- Early Childhood Plan of Work
- English Education Plan of Work
- Literacy Instructional Coaching PK-8 Plan of Work
The College of Education educator preparation programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
Jennifer Lewis, Ph.D.
associate professor and M.Ed. program coordinator
Teacher Education Division
This tool provides a broad overview of how major selection can lead to careers and is provided without any implied promise of employment. Some careers will require further education, skills, or competencies. Actual salaries may vary significantly between similar employers and could change by graduation, as could employment opportunities and job titles.