Judith Herb College of Education

Master's Programs

Master of Educational Administration and Supervision

Students may earn a Master’s degree in EDAS (30 semester hours) and add Ohio Licensure (6 additional semester hours) as a Building-level Administrator at three levels:  PreK – Grade 6, Grades 4 – 8, and Grades 5 – 12. An administrative license is required by the State of Ohio for public school principals and other building level administrators.

Master of Education in Educational Psychology

The Department of Foundations of Education offers Master's degrees in Educational Psychology.  Educational psychology is devoted to the study of the psychological dimensions of education, teaching, learning, and human development.

Master of Education in Educational Research and Measurement

The Department of Foundations of Education offers Master's degrees in Educational Research and Measurement with specializations in measurement, program evaluation, qualitative research methods, and statistics. 

Online Master of Education in Educational Technology

New media are altering fundamental conceptions of teaching and learning. Areas of study within the graduate programs in Educational Technology at the University of Toledo are at the cutting edge of innovation, in terms of both research and practice, for application in a variety of learning environments.

Master of Education in Educational Theory and Social Foundations

The Educational Theory and Social Foundations area offers concentrations in the philosophy of education, history of education, educational sociology, and interdisciplinary foundations of education.

Master of Education Programs in Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)

The Master of Education programs in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction offer a variety of areas of study.  For more information, please click on the individual program page below.

Master of Education in Early Childhood Education Pre-K through 3 (M.Ed.)

The Early Childhood Education, PreK-3 program prepares students to work with children who are age 3 to grade 3. The Master’s Program in Early Childhood Education, PreK-3 reflect the latest in theory, research, and practice in these developmentally crucial early years.

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

The Master’s Program in Special Education reflect the latest in theory, research, and practice to help teachers become more effective in the classroom.

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

The Higher Education Program prepares master's students to become leaders who will shape the future of American public and private higher education. 

Licensure Alternative Master's Program (LAMP)

The Licensure and Master’s Program (LAMP) is for people who have a bachelors degree and want to become a licensed teacher. The programs enable a student to get both Ohio licensure and a master’s degree in education.

Master of Arts and Education Programs (M.A.E.)

The Master's of Arts  and Education are available as a partnership between the College of Education and the colleges of Language, Literacy and Social Science; Natural Science and Math.  

  • Education and Economics
  • Education and English
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • Education and French
  • Education and German
  • Education and History
  • Education and Mathematics 
  • Education and Political Science
  • Education and Sociology
  • Education and Spanish

Master of Science and Education (M.E.S.)

The Master's of Science and Education are available as a partnership between the College of Education and the College of Natural Science and Math.  

  • Education and Biology 
  • Education and Chemistry 
  • Education and Geology
  • Education and Physics

The University of Toledo (UT) programs leading to licensure and/or advanced practice certification/endorsement, whether delivered online or face-to-face, satisfy the academic requirements for those credentials set forth by the State of Ohio.

Requirements for licensure and/or advanced practice certification/endorsement eligibility vary from one profession to another and from state to state. For students who wish to practice in a state other than Ohio, please contact the program director/advisor to discuss if you will need to satisfy additional requirements in that state.  For state directories, visit the Professional Licensure Information page.

 

Last Updated: 9/10/19