Master of Education
Make a difference with a Master of Education degree from Thomas More College.
The Master of Education degree at Thomas More College is designed with busy teachers in mind: hybrid classes, job-embedded projects, and flexible scheduling. This advanced degree is geared toward moving beyond the classroom and into the education system itself. Certified teachers and aspiring teachers can pursue an M.Ed. and still remain in the classroom, allowing for a broader range within the educational sphere.
The program bridges classroom experiences with professional learning communities, teacher leadership, and 21st-century skills for all candidates. Additionally, the program works to engage, enhance, and execute leadership qualities in the classroom outlined in the Kentucky Teacher Standards.
Looking to advance your skills in classroom teaching? Consider the MA of Teaching program.
Why choose Thomas More College for your master’s degree in education degree?
Use the knowledge you gain at Thomas More College to drive change in local schools
The capstone project is the culminating research project for the M.Ed. program at Thomas More College. This exit requirement asks teacher leader candidates to synthesize their graduate school knowledge with classroom experiences. As a teacher leader candidate, you will design, implement, and analyze an action-research project to meet a real-world need in your classroom, school, or district.
“As a full-time teacher, the thought of obtaining my masters degree was very overwhelming, but the faculty and staff at Thomas More College in the M.Ed program have been nothing but supportive. The hybrid classroom allows for the convenience of online collaboration and the small class size allows for individual attention and guidance. The courses are challenging but relevant to my career, and I have been set up for success.”
— Brandon Frimming, Kindergarten teacher