Waldorf University is pleased to introduce its Master of Education degree program offering two concentrations: one in leadership and the other in teaching and learning.
In an effort to offer a true practitioner’s degree program, Waldorf has replaced its Master of Arts in education: effective teacher degree program with a Master of Education degree with two concentrations. The program is designed to help educators bolster their teaching efficiency, refine their leadership skills and grow their potential in the education field.
“Completing a Master of Education holds many potential benefits. For instance, by increasing your educational skillset, you will be better equipped to influence positive academic performance outcomes,” said Waldorf program director Dr. Freda Barnett-Braddock. “Furthermore, a master’s in teaching and learning or in leadership will increase your marketability as you compete in the job market.”
The M.Ed. in with a concentration in teaching and learning empowers education professionals to develop leadership skills, foster community relations and maximize classroom management. The leadership concentration is designed to help educators improve their command of the classroom, increase credibility within the profession, and prepare them for career advancement.
Online students can register for these degree program concentrations now. Students already enrolled at Waldorf can switch to one of the concentrations, too. For more information, please visit Waldorf.edu/VANITY or email OnlineAdmissions@Waldorf.edu.