The Lakeland University Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree courses are tailored to fit the schedules of both working professionals as well as traditional students, so students can complete their degree at a pace that fits their careers and personal schedules.
Assessment, academic standards, technology, curriculum design – these are more than just buzzwords for professionals in today’s complex world of education. Today’s teachers and administrators need a broad range of skills to help their districts achieve goals of providing top quality education to students. Lakeland University understands the challenges that teachers face and has responded with a Master of Education (M.Ed.) program designed to provide basic knowledge and offer opportunities for learning specific to a school’s or district’s quality initiatives. Lakeland admits classroom teachers, school administrators, and others involved in education to the M.Ed. program. An undergraduate degree in education is not required.
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 M.Ed. faculty is a mix of our own talented education professors and respected educators and administrators from surrounding districts.
Lakeland University offers on-site, classroom and online instruction, providing graduate students opportunities to blend learning options suited to their active lives. Teachers and school administrators will receive timely and useful instruction and tools that translate directly into better education for students.