This 34-credit master’s degree program is designed to support experienced educators who are interested in gaining deeper theoretical and practical knowledge in order to become a more effective leader in their field. The program is designed to accommodate the schedules of working professionals; using a blended-learning model, students will be required to be on campus three weeks per semester (once in the beginning, once in the middle and once in the end), with the remaining work completed online, both synchronously and asynchronously. This cohort-based full-time degree program is completed in two years (including fall and spring semesters).
There are two tracks in the program in order to accommodate the needs of professionals in distinct contexts. One track is in Curriculum, Pedagogy and Leadership (CPL) and the other track is in Medical Education (MedEd). The CPL track is designed for current professionals in the field of education, including teachers, administrators, governmental and non-governmental employees. The MedEd track is designed for healthcare professionals and educators seeking to pursue or deepen their career in education.
Admissions is ongoing and the first cohort will begin coursework August 2019.
For more information about the program, please contact the director, Dr. Laura Colket, at email@example.com.
At a Glance
Prepare for an MD degree with global reach. More than 14,000 SGU doctors practicein the US and around the world.