Available at the Sheboygan and Millwaukee Lakeland University Campuses
Lakeland University courses are held one night a week, allowing graduate students to choose their own pace without giving up other important aspects of their lives. Lakeland’s Master of Education faculty is a mix of our own talented education professors and respected educators and administrators from surrounding districts.
Lakeland University offers three graduate degrees with unmatched flexibility in formats that are convenient for you. Graduate courses typically meet once per week during the evening hours or on Saturdays over 14-week semesters in fall, spring and summer. Additionally, most Lakeland graduate courses are offered in the BlendEd® format, meaning you have the option of attending class in-person or accessing your course(s) and completing your work entirely Online — thus selecting a format that meets your personal needs and fits your life schedule during any given week.Instructors are practicing professionals—many holding terminal degrees—who blend experiential learning with in-class instruction.
Master of Education (M.Ed.) Admission Requirements
To be admitted to the Master of Education (M.Ed.) Program, a student must submit the following:
- An application for admission and a $50 application fee.
- All previous official transcripts, including those indicating the completion of a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
- A cumulative grade-point average of 2.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale
- A photocopy of a valid teaching license or consent of the Director of the M.Ed. program. Approval requires completion of foundation courses in educational psychology, human growth and development, the exceptional person and majority-minority relations
- Two letters of recommendation indicating the student's potential for success in the graduate education program.
- International students must also submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores. The minimum TOEFL score for graduate admission is 550 for the paper-based test, 213 for the computer-based test, and 80 for the internet-based test.
- Admitted students may transfer up to nine graduate semester hours relevant to the M.Ed. program with approval from the M.Ed. program director. Transfer courses must have been taken within 10 years prior to application to the graduate program.