Master of Education in Elementary Education (M.Ed.)

Earn a Master of Education in Elementary Education (M.Ed.) in just 18 months.

Take your classroom and teaching career to the next level.

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The goal of the M.Ed. program for Elementary Education is to transform professional educators into distinguished responsive classroom teachers, action researchers, and instructional leaders who believe all children have the capacity to learn, and who have an in-depth understanding of and appreciation for all aspects of diversity.

Responsive teachers integrate an in-depth knowledge of subject matter, developmentally effective approaches to teaching and learning, and reciprocal relationships with children and families to design, implement, and evaluate experiences that promote positive development and learning for all children.

As instructional leaders, responsive teachers are continuous, collaborative learners who demonstrate ethical, knowledgeable, reflective, and critical perspectives on their work, making informed decisions that integrate information from avariety of sources. They are well-informed advocates for sound educational practices and policies.

Become the teacher that our city, county and country need now.

With a Gifted or STEM endorsement embedded in the degree, the M.Ed. delivers the credentials in demand by educational institutions everywhere.

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Earn your master's degree in just

18

MONTHS

Earn a recommendation for Georgia Level 5 Certificate in Elementary Education (P-5) (with a STEM or Gifted Endorsement).

Open for those who qualify with a minimum of one year of full-time classroom experience

Hybrid learning combines online education with weekly in-person classes

Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACSCOC)

MEET THE M.ED. COORDINATOR: Karen B. Hawley

With more than 30 years of experience in education, Karen Hawley began as a classroom teacher and developed into fulfilling leadership roles of assistant principal and principal. Karen began at Reinhardt University as an adjunct professor. Now, she is the M.Ed. program coordinator.

“The mission of the M.Ed. program at Reinhardt University is to transform professional educators into distinguished responsive classroom teachers, action researchers, and instructional leaders to make a profound difference in the lives of students.”

– Karen B. Hawley

For Admission information

Office of Professional Studies and Graduate Admissions
770.720.9191
gradadmissions@reinhardt.edu

For Program information

Karen B. Hawley
Program Coordinator
Master of Education in Elementary Education
kbh1@reinhardt.edu
770.720.5649

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