Online M.Ed.

Online M.Ed. Master of Education (M.Ed.)

New Online M.Ed. Program combines:

  • Teaching for Diversity
  • Technology Integration
  • Assessment
  • Impact of Globalization

To support the development of teachers for 21st Century Teaching.

Nebraska's flagship institution offers both quality and flexibility in its Online M.Ed. geared for in-service classroom teachers and other working professionals seeking to advance career opportunities and notions of self-efficacy in the field of education. This Online M.Ed. combines the rigors of education courses with the flexibility of online courses to create a professional experience geared toward supporting, informing, and enriching teaching in schools.

Courses will address complexities of teaching in the 21st century - diversity, technology integration, assessment, and the impact of globalization - and students will have opportunities for educational experiences that include unique and enriching study-abroad and domestic international learning experiences. Faculty leading the courses are national leaders in their areas; they will challenge you and bring you the leading edge in education.

Who Should Apply?

This Online M.Ed. is designed for highly motivated educators working in a variety of PreK-16 and community education settings (including professional development, teacher-leadership and advocacy roles) who wish to analyze problems of practice, develop new knowledge, structure experiences, grow practical insight, and become leaders.

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Program

Students will begin their program in May of 2018, following consultation with their faculty advisor to build an individualized Memorandum of Studies that reflects their professional interests while also meeting program requirements. Students will proceed through this program as members of a cohort, supported by faculty who will guide their progress in courses geared toward the improvement of their teaching practice.

All coursework is available at a distance, but students are encouraged to come to campus for a residency period at some point during their program.

Courses

*TEAC 800 - Teaching and Learning (3 credits)

*TEAC 801 - Curriculum Inquiry (3 credits)

TEAC 813M - Teaching English Language Learners (ELL) (3 credits)

TEAC 833 - International experience (educational tour or a domestic international experience) (3 credits)

*TEAC 849 - Assessment (3 credits)

*TEAC 861 - Education for a Pluralistic Society (3 credits)

TEAC 880A - Survey of Instructional Technology (3 credits)

*TEAC 888 - Teacher as Scholarly Practitioner (3 credits)

*TEAC 889 - Masters Seminar/ Final Masters Project (3 credits)

3 ELECTIVE Courses (9 credits): Students can choose from courses in the areas of: ELL, Math, Languages, Literacy, Technology, Literacy, SPED, STEM, etc)

For a total of 36 credits

Sequence of Courses

SUMMER 2018

 

*TEAC 800  

*TEAC 861 

 

FALL 2018

 

TEAC 880A or

ELECTIVE

SPRING 2019

 

*TEAC 801 

SUMMER 2019

 

TEAC 833 (Europe - Italy, UK, Netherlands; South Africa; San Francisco Chinatown, Quebec City, Brazil, Israel, …)

*TEAC 849 

 

FALL 2019

 

TEAC 880A or

ELECTIVE

SPRING 2020

 

TEAC 813M

SUMMER 2020

 

ELECTIVE

ELECTIVE

 

FALL 2020

 

*TEAC 888

SPRING 2021

 

*TEAC 889

*Online M.Ed Cohort Classes

For more information contact:

Dr. Elaine Chan Program Leader

Dr. Guy Trainin Graduate Chair

Degree Requirements

Minimum requirements for the master's program include:
  • Undergraduate GPA equivalent to 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

  • A good match between your goals and the TLTE’s ability to address those goals

  • A completed application submitted to the UNL Office of Graduate Studies

  • A completed department application submitted through GAMES