Under the Walker School of Education, Midland’s Master of Education program is designed for full-time teachers who are ready to grow as educators in their school or district. Throughout the program, students will develop skills that they can take back to their classrooms immediately.
This program and others in education provide authentic projects to engage students in relevant learning and enable them to use their current classroom experience to add to new learning.Read More
Funding Your Degree
When it comes to funding your degree, we know how important it is to provide multiple options for every student looking to advance themselves through higher education.View Funding
Area of Emphasis
Are you looking to develop your skills in a specific area of education? Then, you may be interested in adding an endorsement or other training like our National Board Certification preparation with our MEd program!Learn More
Midland’s Master of Education program offers education students the resources and skills they need to provide support to students of all achievement levels. Learning from experienced faculty is just one way that our learning environment benefits our students!Learn More
- Meet Our Faculty: Kayti PfaffleI have 18 years of experience in education, including teaching all levels of Spanish, Spanish for Heritage Speakers, and English as a Second Language (ESL). I have a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish and a Master’s […] Read More
- Meet Our Faculty: Janeal ZechmanI received my B.A. from Tabor College in Secondary Mathematics Education and my M.Ed. in Secondary Guidance and Counseling from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. I spent nineteen years as a secondary teacher and principal in […] Read More
- Value of an Integrated Learning Capstone ExperienceThe Master of Education capstone experience for candidates seeking a Principal Endorsement prepares them to promote the success of the schools they lead using a problem-solving process known as action research. Action research supports continuous […] Read More
Nebraska Board Certified Teachers
As of 2019, the total number of National Board Certified (NBC) teachers in Nebraska was 131, compared to other states like Washington who had 11,366 and Illinois who had 6,708. To learn more, read the full article.
additional per year
On average, a master's degree earns teachers an additional $2,760 in their first year of teaching compared to a bachelor's degree. This salary advantage expands to an average of $7,358 per year by the time a teacher reaches the maximum point of the pay scale, according to the National Council on Teacher Quality.
as effective in the classroom
Students of National Board Certified Teachers demonstrate evidence of deeper learning nearly three times more frequently than their peers, according to the National Board for Professional Teacher Standards.