Hello all, I am a first-year ESL teacher looking to improve my classroom management through graduate school. I thought I had found the perfect solution with Graceland University's MEd in Management in a Quality Classroom, but I called them and it turns out that they have discontinued the program. The only other program I can find that is similar is Peru State's Master of Science in Education – Curriculum & Instruction program with a concentration in Classroom Behavior and Management. Master's in Teaching has an article on a Classroom Management Master's but the links it provides simply connect to Education Master's degrees and not specifically Classroom Management. I was wondering if anyone else had ever heard of a Master's in Classroom or Behavior Management or even a Master's degree in Education with a concentration in Classroom Management? It seems like there must be more options out there. If not, what is another field that it would be useful for me to study? Educational Psychology? Applied Behavioral Analysis? My goal is to get control of my classroom and have fewer disruptions. Thanks in advance for any advice you can give!