Explicitly designed with teachers’ needs in mind – Midland’s Master of Education program offers flexibility, real-world expertise, and a capstone course that allows students to apply their new-found knowledge!
Flexible Class Structure
Designed around a teacher’s demanding schedule, the MEd can be completed entirely online or through our hybrid course model with asynchronous course work throughout. With the help of our Master of Education program, students can immediately apply what they are learning to their profession each day because of our flexible class structures.
Please note: Our National Board Certification Preparation area of emphasis is only offered with a hybrid schedule.
Our MEd program allows students to jump into courses at many points throughout the year because it does not have any prerequisites. Students may pause their coursework and start back up as the challenges of being an adult learner are a reality of life.
Please note: The capstone course must be taken in the final term.
If students decide to pause their coursework, our admissions team will look at what classes still need to be completed, and when those classes will be offered next to re-enter the program within that term.
If the course is not offered in that term, the student will have to wait until the course is offered.
Our program modules run from Monday through Sunday, with the bulk of assignments due on Sunday to allow teachers to plan around their demanding work schedule. Our hybrid classes meet on two Saturdays within the eight-week term in person.
With multiple years of combined K-12 teaching and leadership experience, our MEd faculty challenge student thinking and allow students to share authentic experiences to enrich learning and strengthen the quality and meaning of the online discussions and assignments.
Students will take relevant courses taught by practicing teachers and administrators to gain content knowledge from the faculty member’s with years of valuable experience.Meet Our Faculty