Huntington University’s Master of Education program is designed to help you develop professionally, fulfill teaching license renewal, or earn your master’s degree — all while you continue to teach or work! Degree programs are offered in elementary education, middle school education, high school education, and TESOL certification at all levels of licensing. Huntington University's masters program philosophy is aligned with the conceptual framework of the teacher education program that views the teacher as an effective steward or manager of knowledge, learner development, environment, and instruction.

Variety of Formats

Courses are offered in face-to-face, hybrid, or online formats, depending on the needs and design of the specific course.

Best of all, our courses are affordably priced!

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ED 599 Action Research Methods
(3 credits )

Students gain knowledge and skills needed for analyzing, preparing, applying and reporting educational research. This course will prepare students for their field-based research project.
Prerequisites: Application for graduation and completion of at least 6 hours from the following: ED 612, 613, 614, 622, 623, 624, 632, 633, 634, 642, 643, 644, 652, 653, or 654.

ED 654 Curriculum Design and Content Standards in TESOL Education
(3 credits )

Students examine the integration of current theories of curriculum design and content standards in the planning of TESOL instruction.

ED 655A Writing the TESOL Research Proposal
(3 credits )

Students will identify, plan and write a proposal for a field-based research project in a TESOL setting. Proposal will be submitted to the Huntington University Institutional Review Board for approval.
Prerequisites: ED 599 and consent

ED 655B Field-Based Research Project in TESOL Education
(5 credits )

Students will implement and complete their approved field-based research project. A written document detailing the research methodology, findings and application of findings is required.
Prerequisite: ED 655A

GR 011 Graduate Student Orientation
(0 credits )

New students will be enrolled in an online orientation module when accepted into a graduate program (excluding OTD students). Online learning provides a very flexible learning environment that requires students to take ownership for learning. This course is designed to be self-paced and will introduce students to the online learning management system, University policies and ensure students know how and where to seek assistance and support.