M.Ed Degrees

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  1. elevation02

    elevation02 New Member

    Hi All:

    A teacher at my school is interested in taking his M.Ed degree online. He is interested in curriculum and/or leadership. Can anyone recommend any quality RA programs for him to consider? Thanks!

    Ian
     
  2. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    I'll try to find my old threads on DL MEds. The threads themselves were organized by price category (under $10,000; $10,000-$15,000; $15,000-$20,000; over $20,000; and no pricing info available). They had info on school name, website, majors, and tuition. They dated from May 2005.
     
  3. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    DL MEd Programs (No Pricing Info) http://forums.degreeinfo.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=19425

    DL MEd Programs (Under $10,000) http://forums.degreeinfo.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=19428

    DL MEd Programs ($10,000-$15,000) http://forums.degreeinfo.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=19430

    DL MEd Programs ($15,000-$20,000) http://forums.degreeinfo.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=19509

    DL MEd Programs (Over $20,000) http://forums.degreeinfo.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=19517

    Note that these threads date from May 2005, so the tuition info may be a bit dated, but hopefully these lists are still somewhat useful.
     
  4. StevenKing

    StevenKing Member

    Grand Canyon U

    I chose Grand Canyon's MEd in Curriculum/Instruction with an emphasis in Technology. It uses the Angel LMS software - which is easily navigated.

    Class format is essentially eight modules with an assignment and a threaded discussion. Class members are divided into community learning groups with intermittent projects assigned. I am on my fourth course (of ten) and like it so far.
     
  5. mattbrent

    mattbrent Active Member

    I HIGHLY recommend Walden University. I'm in my last course with them, and I loved my program which is in designing curriculum, instruction and assessment. The degree is an MSEd, but that's really no different than an MAEd or MEd.

    The programs at Walden are endorsed by Lee Canter, who is a HUGE name in education. The courses are 8 weeks long, which is great because it's not stretched out, but it's not crammed in either. The courses require a good amount of reading, plus each course comes with DVDs that include discussions and seminars presented by important people in education, such as Lee Canter and Dr. Robert Marzano.

    Tuition is a bit more than an on campus program, but compared to some of the other distance learning schools I've seen, Walden is actually pretty cheap. One thing to note is that textbooks are included in the tuition, and they ship them to you brand new. I loved this.

    Walden has a variety of concentrations for their education programs as well. I honestly can't speak for the other programs, but like I said, I loved mine. You mentioned your friend was looking at educational leadership. I do know that Walden's program in ed leadership is not designed to get you a license, so keep that in mind.

    If there's one school I would NOT recommend, it's the University of Phoenix. The place is highly overpriced, the instructors I had were less than steller, and I hated being in learning teams because my teammates did squat. I would hate to put anyone else in that position. Go with Walden. That's my recommendation!

    -Matt Brent
     
  6. Scott Henley

    Scott Henley New Member

    Central Michigan University might have some.
     
  7. elevation02

    elevation02 New Member

    Thanks everyone and especially Ted, those links are a goldmine.

    Much appreciated!!!!

    Ian
     
  8. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Most of Central Michigan University's www.cmich.edu distance learning programs involve learning that takes place at a distant campus. This includes most of their master's degrees in education, but they are in the process of organizing their first online cohort for their MA in Educational Leadership with concentration in Charter School Leadership, if that interests you.

    PS - Thanks for the heads up!
     
  9. scaredrain

    scaredrain Member

    I just finished this program up in December at GCU. So I can attest to what you said. In addition there are numerous other M.Ed. programs at GCU that one could choose from.
     
  10. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    From the Great State of Alabama

    The University of Alabama www.ua.edu offers the MA in Counselor Education/Rehabilitation and the MA in Special Education/Gifted & Talented. Tuition for these 30 hour programs is $278/hour for a total of $8,340. They are accredited by the Southern Association and by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    Auburn University www.auburn.edu offers the MEd in Business Education, the MEd in Foreign Language Education, the MEd in Music Education, the MEd in Rehabilitation Counseling, and the MEd in Special Education. Tuition for the MEd in Business Education is $286/hr., which comes to $8,580 for the regular 30-hour program and $12,298 for the 43-hour non-traditional fifth year program. Tuition for the MEd in Foreign Language Education is $283/hour, for a tuition bill of $8,490 for this 30-hour program, but you are told to expect a further $7,000-$8,000 for two summers abroad, for a final total of $15,490-$16,490. Tuition for the MEd in Music Education is $380/hr., for a total of $11,400 for this 30-hour program. Tuition for the MEd in Rehabilitation Counseling might be either $222/hr. (according to the page that gave the costs of all online programs, program by program) or $300/hr. (according to the page that discussed costs for the MEd in Rehabilitation Counseling only); depending on which number is correct, your tuition for this 57-hour program might be either $12,654 or $17,100. Tuition for the MEd in Special Education is $262/hour, for a final bill of $8,122 for the 31-hour program or $11,790 for the 45-hour fifth-year program. They are accredited by the Southern Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    The University of South Alabama www.usouthal.edu offers the MEd in Educational Administration, the MEd in Educational Media, the MEd in Special Education/Gifted Education, and the MS in Instructional Design and Development. At $236/hr., tuition for the 33-hr. MEd in Educational Media and MEd in Special Education/Gifted Education runs $7,788, tuition for the 33-36 hr. MEd in Educational Administration runs $7,788-$8,496, and tuition for the 40-hr. MS in Instructional Design and Development runs $9,440. They are accredited by the Southern Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    Troy University www.troy.edu offers the MS in Post-Secondary Education with concentrations in Adult Education, Foundations of Education, and Instructional Technology. Tuition is $315/hr. for this 30-hr. program for a total of $9,450. They are accredited by the Southern Association.

    The University of West Alabama www.uwa.edu offers the following degrees: MAT Biology Education; MAT English/Language Arts Education; MAT History Education; MAT Mathematics Education; MAT Physical Education; MAT Science Education; MAT Social Science Education; MEd Early Childhood Education; MEd Elementary Education; MEd Library Media; MEd School Counseling; MEd Science Education; MESocial Science Education; MSCE Counseling & Psychology; MSCE Guidance & Counseling; and MSCE Library Media. Tuition is $308/hour. The 33-hour programs (the MATs without certification, the MEds in Library Media and School Counseling, and all MSCE programs) run a final bill of $10,164. The 34-hour proigrams (the MEds in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and Special Education) run a final bill of $10,472. The 37-hour programs (the MATs with certification) run a final bill of $11,396. They are accredited by the Southern Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
     
  11. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    From the Great State of Alaska

    The University of Alaska www.alaska.edu/distance offers a fair range of distance masters programs in education through all three of its campuses. All three of the University of Alaska's campuses charge graduate tuition of $287/hour to in-staters and $586/hour to out-of-staters. All three of University of Alaska's campuses are accredited by the Northwest Commission and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    The University of Alaska Anchorage www.uaa.alaska.edu offers the MAT in Secondary Education and the MEd in Early Childhood Special Education.

    The University of Alaska Fairbanks www.uaf.edu offers the MEd in Cross-Cultural Education, the MEd in Curriculum & Instruction, the MEd in Education, and the MEd in Guidance & Counseling.

    The University of Alaska Southeast www.uas.alaska.edu offers the MAT in Educational Technology, the MAT in Elementary Education, the MEd in Early Childhood Education, and the MEd in Reading.

    At the rate of $287/hour for in-staters and $586/hour for out-of-staters:
    30-hour programs (MEd Cross-Cultural Education, MEd Curriculum & Instruction, and MEd in Education) cost the in-staters $8,610 and the out-of-staters $17,580;
    33-hour programs (MAT Educational Technology, MEd Early Childhood Education, MEd Reading, and MEd with Secondary Licensure) cost the in-staters $9,471 and the out-of-staters $19,338;
    35-39 hour programs (MEd with Elementary Licensure) cost the in-staters $10,045-$11,193 and the out-of-staters $20,510-$22,854;
    36-hour programs (MEd Early Childhood Special Education) cost the in-staters $10,332 and the out-of-staters $21,096;
    40-hour programs (MAT Elementary Education) cost the in-staters $11,480 and the out-of-staters $23,440;
    42-hour programs (MAT Secondary Education) cost the in-staters $12,054 and the out-of-staters $24,612;
    48-51 hour programs (MEd Guidance & Counseling) cost the in-staters $13,776-$14,637 and the out-of-staters $28,128-$29,886.
     
  12. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    From the Great State of Arizona

    Grand Canyon University www.gcu.edu offers the following online master's degrees in education: MAT, MEd in Curriculum & Instruction: Reading, MEd in Curriculum & Instruction: Technology, MEd in Educational Administration, MEd in Educational Administration/Organizational Leadership, MEd in Educational Administration/School Leadership, MEd in Elementary Education, MEd in Secondary Education, MEd in Special Education, MEd in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, and MEd in Special Education for Certified Special Educators. At a tuition rate of $400/hour:
    the 30-hour programs (MAT, MEd Curriculum & Instruction: Reading, MEd Curriculum & Instruction: Technology, and MEd Secondary Education) will cost you $12,000;
    the 33-hour program (MEd Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) will cost you $13,200;
    the 36-hour programs (MEd Educational Administration, MEd Educational Administration/Organizational Leadership, MEd Educational Administration/School Leadership, and MEd Special Education for Certified Special Educators) will cost you $14,400;
    the 45-hour programs (MEd Special Education) will cost you $18,000.
    Grand Canyon University is accredited by the North Central Association.

    Harrison Middleton University www.chumsci.edu offers an MA in Education based on the Great Books of the Western World. At $275/hour, this 36-credit program costs $9,900. Harrison Middleton University is accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council.

    Northcentral University www.ncu.edu offers the following online master's degrees in education: MEd Curriculum & Teaching, MEd Educational Leadership, MEd Educational Technology Management, MEd E-Learning & Teaching Online, MEd Exceptional Student Education, MEd Gifted & Talented Education, MEd Higher Education Leadership, MEd Instructional & Curriculum Leadership MEd in Organizational Leadership, MEd School Improvement Leadership, MEd Sports Management Leadership, MEd Teacher Leadership, MEd Training & Development Leadership. At $285/hour, these 36-credit programs cost $10,360. Northcentral University is accredited by the North Central Association.

    Northern Arizona University www.nau.edu offers the MEd in Career & Technical Education, MEd in Early Childhood Education, MEd in Educational Technology, and MEd in Elementary Education online. A $260/hour for in-staters and $610/hour for out-of-staters, the 33-credit program (MEd Early Childhood Education) costs the in-staters $8,580 and the out-of-staters $20,130 while the 36-credit programs (MEd Career & Technical Education, MEd Educational Technology, and MEd Elementary Education) cost the in-staters $9,360 and the out-of-staters $21,960. Northern Arizona University is accredited by the North Central Association.

    The University of Phoenix www.phoenix.edu and www.uopxonline.com offers the following online master's degrees in education: MAEd in Administration & Supervision, MAEd in Adult Education & Training, MAEd in Cross-Categorical Special Education, MAEd in Curriculum & Instruction, MAEd in Curriculum & Instruction-Computer Education, MAEd in Curriculum & Instruction-English & Language Arts Education, MAEd in Curriculum & Instruction-English as a Second Language, MAEd in Curriculum & Instruction-Mathematics Education, MAEd in Early Childhood Education, MAEd in Elementary Education/Early Childhood Specialization, MAEd in Elementary Education-Middle Level Specialization, MAEd in Elementary Teacher Education, MAEd in Secondary Education/Middle Level Specialization, and MAEd in Secondary Teacher Education. At the rate of $485/hour:
    the 31-hour program (MAEd Curriculum & Instruction) will cost you $15,035;
    the 35-hour programs (MAEd Adult Educatiuon & Training and MAEd Secondary Teacher Education) will cost you $16,975;
    the 37-hour programs (MAEd Early Childhood Education) will cost you $17,945;
    the 40-hour programs (MAEd Administration & Supervision and MAEd Curriculum & Instruction-Computer Education) will cost you $19,400;
    the 41-hour program (MAEd Elementary Teacher Education) will cost you $19,885;
    the 43-hour programs (MAEd Curriculum & Instruction-English & Language Arts Education, MAEd Curriculum & Instruction-English as a Second Language, and MAEd Curriculum & Instruction-Mathematics Education) will cost you $20,885;
    the 45-hour program (MAEd Cross-Categorical Special Education) will cost you $21,825.
    The University of Phoenix is accredited by the North Central Association.

    Prescott College www.prescott.edu offers an MA in Education with concentrations in Experiential Education. Multicultural Education, School Cuidance Gounseling, and Teacher Certification. At $6,480/term over five terms, this program will cost you $32,400. Prescott College is accredited by the North Central Association.
     
  13. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Good night.
     
  14. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    From the Great State of Arkansas

    The University of Arkansas Little Rock www.ualr.edu offers the MEd in Learning Ssystems Technology. At $216/hr. for in-staters and $475/hr. for out-of-staters, this 36-hour program costs in-staters $7,776 and out-of-staters $17,100. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    The University of Arkansas Monticello www.uamont.edu offers a partially online MAT. At $152/hr. for in-staters and $335/hr. for out-of-staters, this 30-hour program costs in-staters $4,560 and the out-of-staters $10,050. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    Arkansas Tech University www.atu.edu offers the MS in College Student Personnel. At $175/hr. for the in-staters and $350/hr. for the out-of-staters, this 36-hour program will cost the in-staters $6,300 and the out-of-staters $12,600. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
     
  15. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    From the Great State of California

    Alliant International University www.alliant.edu offers the MA in Education/Teaching Emphasis. At $500/hr., this 30-hr. program (34-36 hrs. w/credential) costs $15,000 ($17,000-$18,000 with credential). They are accredited by the Western Association.
    Azusa Pacific University www.apu.edu offers the MA in Educational Technology and the MA in School Librarianship. Tuition of $495/hr. brings the 36-hr. Ed Tech program to $17,820 and the School Librarianship program to $19,305. A $160/course online fee adds $1920 to the cost of the Ed Tech degree and $1080 to the cost of the School Librarianship degree. They are accredited by thr Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    California Coast University www.calcoast.edu offers the MEd in Administration and Curriculum & Instruction. At $210/hr., these 36-hr. programs cost $7,560. They are accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council.
    California State University Bakersfield www.csub.edu offers the MA in Education with concentrations in Curriculum & Instruction and Educational Technology. At $226/hr., the 33-hr. Ed Tech program costs $7,458 and the 38-hr. C&I program costs $8,588. They are accredited by the Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    California State University Chico www.csuchico.edu offers the MA Interdisciplinary Studies/Science Education and the MS in Math Education. Tuition is $339/hr., bringing the cost of these 30-hr. programs to $10,170. They are accredited by the Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    California State University East Bay www.csuhayward.edu offers the MS in Education/Online Teaching and Learning. Tuition for the 30-hr. program is $9,950. They are accredited by the Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    California State University Fresno www.csufresno.edu offers the MAT and the MA in Education/Administration & Supervision. At $339/hr., these 30-hr. programs cost $10,170. They are accredited by the Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    California State University Fullerton www.fullerton.edu somehow made it onto my list of DL MEds. While I couldn't find any DL MEds on their website, they do offer the Online Level II EdS Credential. They are accredited by the Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    California State University Northridge www.csun.edu offers an MA in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. Tuition for this 33-hr. program (30 hrs. if no prereqs needed) is $15,400 ($14,000 if no prereqs needed). They are accredited by the Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    California State University San Bernadino www.csusb.edu offers an MA in Education.
    Concordia University www.cui.edu offers the MA in Education/Curriculum & Instruction. At $445/hr., this 30-hr. program costs $13,350. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    Fielding Graduate University www.fielding.edu offers the MA Collaborative Educational Leadership. At $395/hr., this 36-hr. program costs $14,220. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    Fresno Pacific University www.fresno.edu offers the MEd Curriculum & Instruction. At $425/hr., this 36-hr. program costs $15,300. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    Hope International University www.hiu.edu offers the MEd (Broad-Based) and the MEd with Multiple Subject Credential. At $505/hr., the 30-hr. MEd (Broad-Based) is $15,150 and the 42-hr. MEd with Multiple Subject Credential is $21,210. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    LaSierra University www.lasierra.edu offers the MA Curriculum & Instruction, the MA Curriculum & Instruction/Educational Technology, and the MAT. At $459/hr., the 45-hr. MA in C&I costs $20,665 and the 48-hr. MAT costs $22,032. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    Loyola Marymount University www.lmu.edu offers an MA in Child & Adolescent Literacy. At $830/hr., this 30-hr. program costs $24,900. They are accredited by the Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    National University www.nu.edu offers the MAT and the MEd in Cross-Cultural Teaching. At $306/hr., the 45-hr. MAT costs $13,770 and the 88.5-93 he. MEd in Cross-Cultural Teaching costs $27,081-$28,458. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    Pacific Oaks College www.pacificoaks.edu offers an MA in Human Development. Tuition is $795/hr. for this 30-hr. program for a total of $23,850. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    Pepperdine University www.pepperdine.edu offers the MA in Educational Technology. Tuition is $3,180 for the first term and $7,235 for each of three remaining terms, for a total of $24,885. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    San Diego State University www.sdsu.edu offers the MA in Educational Technology through their Cohort Online Master's in Educational Technology (COMET) program. Out-of-state tuition is $339/hr., making this 30-36 hr. program $10,170-$11,204 for out-of-staters, while in-state tuition is $1,228/term (up to 6 hours), making this program $6,140-$7,368 for the in-staters. They are accredited by the Western Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
    TUI University www.tuiu.edu offers the MAEd in Adult Education, Aviation Education, Children's Literacy Development, Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership & Administration, E-Learning, Enrollment Management, Higher Education, Teaching & Instruction, and Training & Development. At $300/hr., these 36-hr. programs cost $10,000. They are accredited by the Western Association.
    William Howard Taft University www.taftu.edu offers an MEd program. At $275/hr., this 30-hr. program costs $8,250. They are accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council.
     
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  16. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Correction, that's $10,800. :eek:
     
  17. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Aspen University www.aspen.edu MEd in Educational Technology, the MEd in Multiple Intelligences, and the MEd in Transformative Leadership. At $300/hr., these 36-hr. programs cost $10,800. They are accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council.

    Colorado Christian University www.ccu.edu offers the MA in Curriculum & Instruction. At $425/hr., this 34-hr. program costs $14,450. They are accredited by the North Central Association.

    University of Colorado Colorado Springs www.uccs.edu offers the MACI MAPL At $421/hr., the 30-hr. C&I program costs $12,630 and the 42-hr. Principal Licensure program costs $17,682, with a $99/course tech fee adding $990 to the cost of the C&I program and $1386 to the cost of the Principal Licensure program. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    University of Colorado Denver www.cuonline.edu www.cudenver.edu offers the MA in Information and Learning Technologies with concentrations in E-Learning Design & Implementation and School Librarianship. On-line out-of-state tuition is $357/hr., making the 34-hr. School Librarianship program $12,183 and the 36-hr. E-Learning Design & Implementation program $12,852. They also offer an MA in Early Childhood Education, but the link was broken. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    Colorado State University www.colostate.edu offers the MEd in Human Resource Education/Adult Education & Training. At $419/hr., this 33-hr. program costs $13,827. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    Jones International University www.international.edu offers the MEd Adult Education, MEd Corporate Training & Knowledge Management, MEd Educational Leadership & Administration, MEd E-Learning Technology & Design, MEd Elementary Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, MEd in Higher Education Leadership & Administration, MEd K-12 Instructional Technology, and the MEd Secondary Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. At $300/hr., these 36-hr. programs cost $10,800. They are accredited by the North Central Association.

    University of Northern Colorado www.unco.edu offers the MA in Special Education www.unco.edu/cebs/sped/programs.htm with concentrations in Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Early Childhood Special Education, Generalist, Gifted & Talented, and Visual Impairment. At $330/hr., these 36-74 hr. programs cost $11,880-$24,420. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    Regis University www.regis.edu www.regisonline.org offers the MEd Adult Learning and Training & Development, MEd Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, MEd in Instructional Technology, MEd Professional Leadership, MEd Reading, MEd Self-Designed, MEd Space Studies, and the MEd Teacher Licensure. A $420/hr., these 30-36 hr. programs cost $12,600-$15,120. They are accredited by the North Cental Association.
     
  18. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    From the Great State of Connecticut

    Bridgeport University www.bridgeport.edu offers the MS in Instructional Technology. At $505/hr., this 36-hr. program costs $24,885. They are accredited by the New England Association.

    The University of Connecticut www.uconn.edu somehow made its way onto my list of DL MEd programs. Upon checking their website, their only distance learning programs were learning at a distant campus: their TCPCG program (Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates) offered at their Greater Hartford campus and perhaps Waterford as of May 2008.

    Connecticut State University Online www.ctstateu.edu offers an MS in Educational Technology through Eastern Connecticut State University www.ecsu.ctstateu.edu . At $410/hr. (in-state) and $504/hr. (out-of-state), this 30-hr. program costs in-staters $12,300 and out-of-staters $15,120. A $50/course registration fee adds $500 to the copst of the program. They are accredited by the New England Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

    Quinnipiac University www.quinnipiac.edu offers the MS Organizational Leadership/Higher Education. At $675/hr., this 33-hr. program costs $22,275. They are accredited by the New England Association.
     
  19. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    (Also) From the Great State of Alabama

    Jacksonville State University www.jsu.edu www.jsuonline.com offers an MSEd in Physical Education. At $225/hr., this 31-34 hr. program costs $6,975-$7,650. They are accredited by the Southern Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
     
  20. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    (Also) From the Great State of Colorado

    Adams State College www.adams.edu offers an online MEd in Educational Leadership with summer residency. At $177/hr. (in-state) and $528/hr. (out-of-state), the cost of the program comes to $5,310 for in-staters and $15,840. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the Teacher Education Accreditation Council.
     

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