The Master of Arts in Education provides students an opportunity to select among a number of content areas including Leadership Graduate Certificate, Designing and Implementing K-12 e-Learning Graduate Certificate, Dyslexia Graduate Certificate, and Curriculum and Instruction. This degree does not lead to DESE certification.
Students seeking a Master of Arts in Education (MAE) must meet the following entry requirements:
- Hold a Baccalaureate Degree.
- Complete Admission to Lindenwood University’s Graduate Program.
The Education (MA) with Designing and Implementing K-12 e-Learning Graduate Certificate is offered in traditional, online, and hybrid formats.
Designing and Implement K-12 e-Learning
The Master of Arts Education with a focus in Designing and Implement K-12 e-Learning was designed with a focus on the needs of K-12 teaching and learning. Program participants will develop the expertise needed to design, plan, and implement e-Learning for K-12 students. Complete the 15 core MAE hours. Then add 18 e-Learning credits to earn a transcripted certificate in Designing and Implementing K-12 e-Learning. All eight-week certificate courses are project based and participants can begin any semester.