The Master of Education degree is designed for the educator whose interest lies in broadening both academic preparation and classroom skills.
A 36-credit-hour degree program that allows individuals with baccalaureate degrees who are not certified to teach to earn a Master's degree while completing teacher certification requirements in Early Childhood-6, Middle School, or High School.
The Master of Education degree in Reading and Writing at Southern Methodist University is a 38-credit program that is uniquely designed to prepare teachers for leadership in the implementation of the multi-tiered model of reading instruction currently being put into effect in schools in Texas and across the country.
The Master of Education in Special Education degree program offers a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum that prepares currently certified teachers to be special educators and teacher leaders for school-aged students with special needs.
The 36-credit program is intended for Spanish/English bilingual educators who have a near native or native command of Spanish and English. The M.B.E. offers three different specializations: ESL, Gifted and Talented, and Special Education.
This 12-credit-hour program prepares teachers to take the TExES supplemental certification exam in bilingual education.
This 12-credit-hour program prepares teachers to take the TExES English as a Second Language (ESL) supplemental certification exam.
This 12-credit-hour program prepares teachers to take the TExES supplemental certification exam in gifted education.
A 21-hour professional learning therapy program for individuals interested in working with children or adults who have dyslexia or related language learning disorders.
This 12-credit-hour program prepares teachers to earn the MMT certificate administered through the State Board of Educator Certification.
This 12-credit-hour program prepares teachers to earn the MRT certificate administered through the State Board of Educator Certification.
This 18-credit hour literacy program provides professional development for K-2 classroom teachers in high need public schools to meet the literacy needs of their students.
Students in the Master STEM Teacher Program will take a series of four graduate courses focusing on STEM Education. These courses can be used as a specialization within a Masters in Education (M.Ed.) degree, or can be taken standalone as a professional development sequence.