The MA-EDIN is a fully online program conducted over five semesters (21 months). You can choose from three concentrations: Higher Education, Educational Technology, or Leadership. It features a variety of formats to optimize learning opportunities:
- A blend of asynchronous coursework and live online sessions
- 10 courses for a total of 30 credit hours
- Faculty-guided apprenticeship research project
Students take five Core Courses, totaling 15 credit hours. They will then choose the remaining five courses from one of the program's three focus areas.
As a graduate of this program, you should be able to:
- Support students’ success in education and beyond
- Offer advising, counseling, and mentoring in academic settings
- Understand how interdisciplinary and social justice are affecting 21st-century education as it relates to teaching, learning, and student success
- Articulate and apply current theories of learning and best practices for working in educational settings
- Develop plans for program management by using data-derived insights
- Create a toolkit for identifying and intervening in students’ mental health challenges
- Demonstrate increased awareness of global and cultural competence
- Identify and develop potential leadership skills for the workplace
- 21st-Century Education: Services and Applications
- Leading Strategically in Higher Education
- Discerning the Past and Leading the Future of Higher Education
- Human Growth and Development
- Advocacy, Support and Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities
- 21st Century Education: Theory & Practice
- Cross-Cultural Communication
- Apprenticeship in 21st Century Education
*St. Edward’s University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
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