Master's Degree (M.Ed.) in Elementary Education (K-6)

The Master's Degree in Elementary Education provides an opportunity for teachers to earn a 36- credit master’s degree to advance their knowledge in the field of elementary education. Students will have an opportunity to deepen their pedagogical knowledge and content knowledge through flexible coursework.


Contact Information

Michelle Vaughan

Michelle Vaughan

Associate Professor
Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Office Location: ED 47 - 344
Campus: Boca

This hybrid program contains flexible schedules to allow coursework to be completed while teaching. Students may begin the program in January, May, or August and can complete the degree in 24 months. Electives allow students to customize this degree to their specific interests in the field.

Students with this degree may pursue these potential career paths:

  • Master Classroom teacher
  • Team Lead or Department Chair
  • Curriculum Specialist
  • Professional Development Specialist
  • School/District Leadership

Program Description

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