• Advanced Professional Studies
  • Early Childhood Special Education
  • STEM Education

The Ed.S. degree is a terminal degree, for educators who already have a relevant Master’s degree and who wish to increase their proficiency in their chosen field.

The program requires 30 additional credit hours beyond the Masters Degree (minimum) and is individually designed after admission. Some programs for cohorts of teachers feature lock-step curricula. These programs typically combine students pursuing M.S.Ed. degrees with those pursuing Ed.S. degrees. While all students in these programs follow the same curriculum, students pursuing Ed.S. degrees receive additional or different assignments.

Please contact the Department of Teaching and Learning for a program sheet and course listings for the above programs.