See a snapshot of the M.S. in Education – Instruction online program
If you’re already a licensed K-12 teacher, the Master of Science in Education – Instruction builds on entry-level education and expands your teaching professionalism with more in-depth work on the learning process (child and adult), along with best practices in assessment and instruction.
There is no teaching degree required for admission into the MSE – Instruction program.
Prepare for numerous traditional and non-traditional teaching roles while you learn on your own schedule. The program can be completed quickly.
Please note this program does not lead to obtaining a teaching license.
In order to earn the Master of Science in Education – Instruction online, students must complete five required courses (15 credit hours) and five electives (15 credit hours). Students can transfer up to nine approved credit hours to count for three of their elective courses.
Careers in Educational Instruction:
- Instructional or program coordinator
- Training and development specialist
- Program outreach administrator
- Master teacher
All individuals with an undergraduate degree, even if it is not an education degree, are eligible to apply for admission to the Master of Science in Education – Instruction online degree program.
- Applicants must meet the following requirements to be eligible for admission:
- An undergraduate grade point average of at least 2.75/4.00 or a 2.90/4.00 grade point average in the last half of the undergraduate program. Undergraduate and graduate work from all colleges attended will be considered.
- A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
- Official transcripts of all your undergraduate and graduate work to date. We are unable to accept transcripts from students. If you have taken courses at UW-Superior, transcripts are not required.
- A professional resume
- A candidate Statement of Intent identifying the professional application of the degree/licensure/s
- No GRE required
- A criminal background check