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Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Master of Education at NWOSU

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree is available to any individual who holds a baccalaureate degree in the field of education from an accredited institution. The M.Ed. degree requires a minimum of thirty-two to thirty-six credit hours of course work, depending on the program.

Degree options include:

Elementary Education, with options in:
-Educational Leadership, Elementary
-Curriculum and Instruction, Elementary

Guidance and Counseling, PK-12

Reading Specialist

Secondary Education, with options in:
-Adult Education Management and Administration*
-Curriculum and Instruction, Secondary
-Educational Leadership, Secondary
-Non-Certificate Option*

Certification options include:
-Elementary/Secondary Principal
-Reading Specialist
-School Counselor

*The "Adult Education Management and Administration" or "Non-Certificate Option" programs are designed for individuals who are interested in preparation for junior-college teaching, for non-school employment, or pursuit of advanced graduate study in an academic discipline.