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School of Education

Online Master’s Programs

Online Master’s Programs

The School of Education’s well-respected faculty members lead flexible, online graduate programs informed by research that prepare our alumni to be leaders in their fields.

Online M.Ed. in Exceptional Children and Youth

This program is designed to develop professional educators committed to careers that involve children, youth, and adults with disabilities. This program is appropriate for teachers with a teaching certificate in either general or special education who wish to develop advanced knowledge and skills.

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Online M.Ed. in Literacy

This program will prepare current teachers and educators for certification as a Reading/Literacy specialist. You will develop knowledge of the theoretical and evidenced foundations of reading and writing development, plan culturally and linguistically relevant literacy instruction for all students, and support students and teachers in the use of digital literacy tools.

Doctoral student engages in research activity with teenager
Online M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership

This program is designed for teachers who would like to assume additional leadership roles within their schools, such as department chair, curriculum coordinator and more. You will develop the insights needed to better manage your classroom, improve student outcomes, and take the initiative to lead your peers to do the same.

M.Ed. in Educational Technology

This program provides the master’s degree candidate with both a theoretical and a practical grounding in educational technology methods and techniques, emphasizing theories of teaching and learning that support these methods.

 

Apply Online

Applicants must meet the university requirements for graduate students and complete the University of Delaware’s online application. For requirements specific to the School of Education, visit How to Apply and specific program pages.

If you have general questions about our graduate programs or the application process, contact Christina Johnston, Assistant Dean of Graduate Services in the College of Education and Human Development.