Master of Education
Culver-Stockton’s Master of Education program is a non-residential, 100% online program with rolling entry dates every 8-weeks throughout the year. The program has been ranked in the Top 10 Best Value Institutions in the Midwest by U.S. News and World Report. Culver-Stockton’s online MEd program utilizes assignments designed to enhance your classroom teaching, curriculum and assessment of student growth. The Master of Education degree is designed to provide in-service teachers with an elevated level of experience in educational theory and methods to further develop your teaching skills for implementation in your classroom learning environments.
The Master of Education prepares teachers to:
- Communicate and collaborate effectively
- Evaluate programs and practices for student success
- Conduct relevant action research
- Enhance critical thinking in a positive learning environment
- Integrate advanced pedagogical and technological practices into curriculum
- Improve instructional methods
Program advantages include:
- Corporate Partnerships and alumni discounts
- Career planning and placement services
- Access to our full library, including bibliographic databases with full-text capabilities
- Personalized advising and degree planning
- Accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission and International Accreditation Council for Business Education
Program Cost and Financial Aid
No Application Fee
Tuition Per Credit Hour: $400
Technology Fee Per Course: $100 (fall, spring, summer)
While there is no institutional aid, C-SC students can complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for Pell grants, subsidized and unsubsidized loans. To apply for Federal Aid, visit FAFSA.ed.gov.
Employees of our corporate partners receive a 10% discount and alumni receive a 15% discount. Only one discount may be applied.
Interest-free payment options are also available through the college. Call 573-288-6492 for more information.
For graduation requirements, refer to the academic catalog published in the year you began the program.