The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Graduate School offers individuals the opportunity to maintain a full-time career in education while earning a Master of Education degree. Three tracks of study are offered allowing students to focus on Educational Administration, Curriculum and Instruction, or Administration of Intervention Programs. In addition to earning a graduate degree, students can fulfill requirements for professional Texas educator certifications.
The Educational Administration program provides students the opportunity to complete coursework in as few as 13 months, leading to Texas principal certification. While earning a graduate degree focusing on Curriculum and Instruction, students may fulfill requirements leading to Texas teaching certification in less than one year. The Administration of Intervention program prepares students for campus and district level intervention positions and offers a pathway leading to Master Reading Teacher certification.
The Master of Education programs represent a strategic and intentional effort by the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor to shape the hearts and minds of the professionals serving in our educational institutions. Students from a variety of locations and backgrounds collaborate in a Christian learning environment. Through this program, you will receive the mentoring and professional skills needed to move your career forward.