Master of Arts in Education

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Master's-level courses are taught using a variety of interactive instructional techniques, including cooperative learning, hands-on projects, small group participation and classroom strategies application - all designed to encourage discourse and discussion.

In order to be considered for the Master of Arts in Education program, candidates must hold an appropriate bachelor's degree from an accredited institution; hold teacher certification; and have achieved a B (3.0) undergraduate GPA or acceptable scores on a graduate entrance exam such as the Miller Analogies Test (MAT), Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or the Praxis series.

The 30-credit master's program is offered on campus, at many off-campus sites in Pennsylvania and Maryland, and online. 

For more information, contact Joyce Ness, Director of Master of Arts in Education Program, 215-635-7300 x 134.