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! Degree programs are offered in elementary education, middle school education, and high school education.
Hybrid Online Courses
All of our courses are offered in the hybrid format, a blending of face-to-face classes held on our conveniently located campus with online learning components. This gives busy professionals the best of both worlds — the in-class interaction teachers naturally enjoy, plus the convenience and efficiency of online discussions and assignments. (Read about our Program Philosophy.)
Best of all, our courses are affordably priced!
To speak with our admissions representative, call (800) 600-4888 or email email@example.com.
Graduate courses are designed for Indiana teaching licensure, renewal, and recertification. License reciprocity is available with other states. Contact us for details.
Huntington University and Emerge Education, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, announced a new partnership today that provides the university marketing, lead generation, student recruitment and other online program support services to assist the university in growing its online graduate programs. Emerge Education will work with the university to support a series of online degree programs beginning in fall 2015. The first online programs will include certificate courses and an M.A. in Organizational...
After graduating from Huntington University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education, Jill Johnston began her teaching career, giving little thought to continuing her education with a master’s degree. Two years of teaching, however, began to change Jill’s mind. “I started to realize that I might want to further my education,” Jill said....
In addition to his teaching and administrative duties at Huntington, Dr. Peace is active in a number of state and national professional organizations including the Association of Teacher Educators, Kappa Delta Pi, and The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.