The Master of Education degree is designed for the educator whose interest lies in broadening both academic preparation and classroom skills.
***Summer Cohort Program
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 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.
Beginning in Fall 2013, the Master of Education in Special Education degree program will offer 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. There are three different M.B.E. programs offered, one that is a broad traditional program, one that focuses on gifted students who are limited in English proficiency, and a third program that offers a focus on special education.