Master of Education (M.Ed.)

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Within the programmatic themes of integration of ideas, cooperative endeavors, and respect for learning and individual worth, it is our goal to prepare education professionals who will work in K-12 classrooms and teacher education programs and as district curriculum leaders.

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Licensure Programs

Curriculum Studies with initial teacher licensure for K-8 elementary education

This program option is designed for students seeking both a Master's degree and elementary education licensure.

Curriculum Studies with initial teacher licensure for 5-12 or K-12 secondary education

This program option is designed for students seeking both a Master's degree and secondary education licensure.

Non-Licensure Option

General Curricular Studies Blended

This blended program option is designed for those who are seeking an advanced degree without licensure. Students can take courses face-to face, solely online, or a combination of both. This option is 36 credits including 15 elective credits.

Endorsements

Special Education

This program option is designed for currently licensed teachers seeking a Master's degree and a K-12 special education endorsement.

Library Media

This program option is designed for currently licensed teachers seeking a Master's degree and a K-12 library endorsement.

Literacy Education

This program option is designed for currently licensed teachers seeking a Master's degree and a K-12 reading endorsement.

Additional Option

Instructional Design for Technology

This program option is designed for those interested in technology in education.

Contact Us

Katie O'Connor
Support Specialist
Teacher Education Services
Phone: (406) 243-4841
Fax: (406) 243-4908
Katelyn.o'connor@mso.umt.edu
Dr. Morgen Alwell 
Associate Professor
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Phone: (406) 243-5512
Fax: (406) 243-4908
Morgen.Alwell@mso.umt.edu