A certificate designed for parents, educators, and other community members interested in gaining practical knowledge for supporting children and adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Online. 18 credits.
Designed for students seeking licensure to provide counseling, consultation, mental-health education, and related services to individuals, families, and groups. Full-time and part-time. Classes held in Baltimore and Columbia, Md, with some online classes. 60 credits.
Designed for pre-K-16 teachers, administrators, organizational leaders, policy makers and others who want to use research from technology and learning sciences to improve professional practice in education. Full-time and part-time. Online. 36 credits.
Specifically designed for an exceptional corps of practitioner-scholars, both nationally and internationally, who aim to become transformational leaders in the field of education. Part-time. Online, with recommended summer residencies. 90 credits.
This highly-competitive program is designed to prepare exemplary interdisciplinary scholars to address policy and practice challenges associated with improving preK-12 learning outcomes. It prepares candidates to become leaders as university faculty, researchers, and policymakers. Classes held in Baltimore. 72 credits.
An innovative online program for health professionals who are seeking to be effective educational leaders in their fields of medicine, public health, nursing, or other health professions. Part-time. Online. 33 credits.
The master’s degree program in Education Policy prepares education leaders of the 21st century with wide-ranging skills necessary to shape effective, evidence-based education policies. Full-time and part-time. Online with 1 week in Washington, DC. 33-36 credits.
Designed for educators and administrators in teaching or leadership roles in the field of gifted education, with an emphasis on research and the application of best practices in the field. Part-time. Online, or onsite with classes held in Columbia, Md. 33 credits.
A sequence of courses designed specifically to address the needs of current educators who are seeking MSDE Gifted and Talented Specialist certification and additional knowledge and skills to meet the needs of academically talented students in their classrooms. Online, or onsite with classes held in Columbia, Md. 18 credits.
Designed for certified teachers interested in developing a customized course of study that reflects their career goals, with two distinct pathways to completing degree requirements. Part-time. Online, or onsite with classes held in Baltimore and Columbia, Md. 33 to 39 credits.
Prepares educators for effective roles as leaders to innovate and transform schools, systems, and other fast-changing learning environments around the world. Full-time. Classes held in Baltimore. Wrap-around services optional for international students. 33 credits.
Prepares master teachers to become proficient at integrating technology into a standards-based curriculum, with two unique online programs that support learning through the effective use of technology. Online. 15 credits.
Designed for district-employed, certified teachers and other certified personnel pursuing leadership positions in Maryland K-12 settings. Classes held in Baltimore and Columbia, Md., or online. 18-21 credits.
Designed for certified teachers and other individuals pursuing leadership positions in K-12 school settings. Part-time. Classes held in Baltimore and Columbia, Md., with some classes online. 39 credits.
A master’s concentration in school counseling that prepares individuals to counsel K-12 students and their families as well as serve as leaders and advocates. Full-time and part-time. Classes held in Baltimore and in Columbia, Md., with some classes online. 48-60 credits.
Designed for individuals who seek to become certified teachers working with students who have mild-to-moderate disabilities, including emotional disturbances as well as mild intellectual and learning disabilities. Full-time and part-time. Classes held in Columbia, Md. 39 credits.
Prepares certified teachers to work with individuals who require specialized instruction and intensive support, including those students who have been identified on the autism spectrum. Part-time. Classes held in Columbia, Md. 36 credits.
A fully online certificate, designed for current classroom teachers and educational professionals, that enhances STEM content and pedagogical knowledge of elementary teachers, leading to a broad variety of instructional strategies. Online. 18 credits.
Offered in collaboration with Teach For America and TNTP, this online master's degree program is specially designed for TFA corps members and TNTP fellows and taught by top-notch faculty in partnership with exemplary schools. Part-time. Online. 39 credits
A unique, two-year program, offered in collaboration with the four-year Urban Teachers program, designed to produce highly effective teachers who are dedicated to improving the academic performance of students in high-needs schools. Full-time. Onsite, with cohorts in Baltimore, Dallas, or Washington, DC. 40-42 credits.