MS in Education Improvement and Transformation
The MS in Educational Improvement and Transformation is structured around professional development concentration sets in a variety of topics. To qualify for a master’s degree, students must complete four of the 12 professional development concentration sets.
Through the PDCs, students gain a broad base of knowledge in several areas of education. The PDCs let students sample several areas to determine their specific interests and gain knowledge in those fields.
The MS in Education Improvement and Transformation is delivered entirely online.
Drexel University has over twenty years of experience offering online courses. We are proud to bring our recognized faculty and curricula to a worldwide student body. As the winner of the 2010 Sloan-C Award for Excellence in Institution-Wide Online Education, Drexel University is committed to providing quality online education with no career interruption, commuting, or fixed class hours.
Online programs at Drexel offer the very same faculty, curriculum, and degree as Drexel's distinguished on-campus programs.
Concentrations in this program are relevant to today’s educators and provide our MS students with a customizable foundation that suits their career goals.
- Collaborative Special Education Law & Process
- Creativity & Innovation
- Educational Policy
- E-Learning Leadership
- Evaluation & Assessment
- Instructional Design
- Leadership in Educational Settings
- Learning in Game-Based Environments
- Learning Technologies
- Special Education Leadership
- Urban Education
- Custom Concentration
Students work closely with academic advisors to create a plan of study that complements their career objectives. Our advisors counsel their students in managing coursework, meeting program requirements and ensuring completion of the program.
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Graduates of the MS in Education Improvement and Transformation program take away experiences and knowledge in a variety of topics relevant to educational leadership and change. They are prepared to enter a variety of fields and equipped with the knowledge needed to pursue a leadership career in any of the eleven professional development concentration sets.
Students in the MS in Education Improvement and Transformation have a variety of career paths to choose from. The program prepares students for leadership positions in several educational settings, including public and private schools, colleges and universities, national associations, government organizations, not-for-profit organizations, learning science organizations, and more.