Master of Education
Nebraska Wesleyan University now offers a Master of Education in curriculum and instruction. It’s a program with a different focus, philosophy and approach.
Our professors work hand-in-hand with teachers to build classrooms that support student well being, enable meaningful student engagement, and use diversity to enrich learning.
Come learn more about how we use collaboration and community to help you achieve your goals for your classroom and career.
The Nebraska Wesleyan Difference
The Master of Education program offers the high quality and personal attention you expect from Nebraska Wesleyan University.
It’s a great program at a great price, with none of the fees or hassles you’ll find elsewhere. Your advisor will handle your course registration, freeing you to focus on your learning and your students.
You’ll collaborate with a research coach to develop tested strategies to solve real issues relevant to your classroom. And you’ll be part of a community of teachers and professors who care about your career and the students you serve.
Nebraska Wesleyan’s M.Ed. program in curriculum and instruction is geared for master teachers.
You see that in our program’s design. And you see it in Nebraska Wesleyan’s Education Department faculty.
A Focus on Well Being
Read why well being stands at the heart of student success in this essay by a Nebraska Wesleyan alumnus.
“What’d You Do at School Today?” Archways magazine, spring 2015
The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools has accredited Nebraska Wesleyan University and its Master of Education program.