It’s time to take your skills beyond the classroom. A Strayer online master's in education builds on your natural abilities to help you affect broader educational change — whether that’s by bringing new technology to your school, advancing or creating new curricula or moving into an administrative role.


The Strayer M.Ed. is more than just an advanced education degree. It prepares you to grow your role in your school or confidently embark on your own educational business venture. Our on campus and online master's in education degree will give you a new set of skills and knowledge so you can advance your career. 



Tailor your on campus or online master’s  in education with one of four functional concentrations, including adult education and development; curriculum, instruction and assessment; and teacher leadership.

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Strayer University is Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, and our Master of Education program is accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC)



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Our on-campus or online master's in education program can help lay the foundation for your continued education.

In a time of challenge and opportunity for education and training, Strayer's online master's in education program helps you find innovative and workable solutions to relevant educational challenges. Whether for K-12 or adult audiences, you’ll develop skills to evaluate transformational concepts and technologies; conduct meaningful assessments and develop curricula that meet a wide range of learning objectives.*

*The Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) has awarded Strayer University accreditation for seven years, the maximum allowed, of its Master of Education Program. TEAC is dedicated to improving academic degree and certificate programs for professional educators through the audit of evidence of student achievement.  Please see catalog for additional state-specific disclosures. Please be advised that our educator preparation programs are NOT accredited in Kentucky by the Education Professional Standards Board and are NOT recognized for initial, additional, or renewal of certification or salary enhancement (rank change) for K-12 educators in Kentucky. For more information, please visit the Education Professional Standards Board’s Web site at http://www.epsb.ky.gov/certification/outofstate.asp.


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Program Disclosure | Information for Tennessee Online Students

Information for Tennessee Online Students

Strayer University is authorized for operation as a postsecondary educational institution by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. In order to view detailed job placement and graduation information on the programs offered by Strayer University, please visit www.state.tn.us/thec and click on the Authorized Institutions Data button. Please contact your campus director or campus dean with any questions regarding the information provided on the Tennessee Higher Education Commission website. Credits earned at Strayer University may not transfer to another educational institution. Credits earned at another educational institution may not be accepted by Strayer University. You should obtain confirmation that Strayer University will accept any credits you have earned at another educational institution before you execute an enrollment contract or agreement. You should also contact any educational institutions that you may want to transfer credits earned at Strayer University to determine if such institutions will accept credits earned at Strayer University prior to executing an enrollment contract or agreement. The ability to transfer credits from Strayer University to another educational institutions may be very limited. Your credits may not transfer and you may have to repeat courses previously taken at Strayer University if you enroll in another educational institution. You should never assume that credits will transfer to or from any educational institution. It is highly recommended and you are advised to make certain that you know the transfer of credit policy of Strayer University and of any other educational institutions you may in the future want to transfer the credits earned at Strayer University before you execute an enrollment contract or agreement.

Master of Education

Instructional Technology



Explore instructional technology for either K-12 or adult education
Get a deeper understand of education theory and how classroom technology can be used to enrich the learning experience
Explore how to integrate technology into education
Explore new technologies with the potential to transform education
Design, develop and evaluate your own educational technologies to fit specific needs or goals
Identify, prioritize and act upon ethical issues inherent to the educational technology sector
Recognize and use appropriate leadership styles and strategies related to educational technology issues

Completion of Strayer University’s Master of Education program does not guarantee a student has met the requirements to apply for public school teacher or administrator licensure in any state, nor that a student will be eligible for pay raises, promotions or other job-­related benefits. Students pursuing teacher or school administrator certifications in the public school system should contact their respective state offices of education as well as local school district to confirm educational requirements before beginning the program.

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Key Courses in Your Concentration.

EDU 540-Designing, Developing and Evaluating EducationalTechnology

Focus on the application of education principles to the design, production and evaluation of new technologies and learning environments. Cover various media including text, hypermedia, web-based learning, modeling and simulation software, collaborative learning tools, authoring shells, handheld devices, digital video, broadcast television, and webcasts. Discuss how to assess, evaluate and analyze the process for integrating these technological enhancements in different educational settings and their effects.

EDU 541-Technology Tools to Manage Learning

Develop the skills that will enable you to evaluate and use a Learning Management System (LMS) in a business or academic environment. Topics include synchronous and asynchronous e-learning methods; capabilities, benefits and constraints of LMS; organizational needs; and methods of communication available in the system. Learn to analyze an organizations needs, use a specific LMS, enroll users, load course materials, conduct an asynchronous class, input assessment items, enter grades and produce reports.

EDU 542-Integrating Technology into Education

Address how new technologies support alternative approaches to teaching and learning. Learn how instructional technology can help meet the needs of a diverse group of students and change both the content and methods of education. Explore the curriculum and the classroom as the primary vehicles for integrating instructional technology into education.

EDU 543-Designing Engaging e-Learning Experiences

Design and develop engaging e-learning experiences. Topics include design steps, technology uses for communication and learning and globalization. Explore different learners needs and motivations for using technologies such as blogging, texting, social networking, gaming, micro worlds, and avatars. Learn to use various Internet sites and productivity tools to design, develop and evaluate engaging e-learning experiences.


Tuition and Fees

Application Fee:$50 (not applicable in all states)

Technology Fee:$65.00 per quarter


$2,325.00 per course (Full-Time), $2,325.00 per course (Part Time). Textbooks and supplies are not included in the tuition rates and must be purchased by the student. You should allow approximately $1,800.00 for textbooks and supplies over the course of your degree.

Tuition rates apply to all new and readmit graduate students. For all students enrolled as an undergraudate prior to Winter 2014, please Click here for graduate tuition rates.


Graduate in 1.5 to 3 years

  Classes Per Quarter Time to Graduate
Full-time 2 or more per quarter (classes start 4 times per year) 1.5 years or fewer
Part-time 1 class per quarter (classes start 4 times per year) 3 years

Strayer University's academic calendar runs on te quarter systems, which means that classes start 4 times per year. Classes meet for 11 weeks with 1-2 week breaks between quarters. The above times to graduate assume that students are enrolled in consecutive quarters. All of these facts and figures refer to any concentration that you choose.


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Key Courses in Your Major.

EDU 500-Adult Learning Theory

Review, analyze and evaluate contemporary educational theory and practice in relation to the teaching and learning process. View different philosophical perspectives on human development, motivational theory and learning theory, including effects on the educational enterprise as these perspectives are applied to varied learning situations.

EDU 501-Learning Theories (K-12)

Examine classic and contemporary theories of learning that directly impact education and their influences on teaching and learning in the K-12 school setting. Explore the research base of the major theoretical models and examine the implications of those models for education. Learn to describe theories and styles of learning and discuss the relationship between different types of intelligence to learning motivation and its application to the classroom setting.

EDU 508-Educational Research Methods

Discuss aspects of educational research including study purpose, research design, methods of analysis and formal scholarly writing. Focus on decision making and policy formation in educational and related settings. Examine qualitative and quantitative research paradigms as you evaluate and interpret measures deriving from both methodological approaches. Demonstrate proficiency in writing and knowledge of educational research methods.

EDU 599-Education Capstone

Prerequisite: To be taken last or next to last; a grade of 'B' or higher is required.

Apply the rationale for and methods of developing a professional portfolio. Create a portfolio that includes a comprehensive collection of work and artifacts to demonstrate analysis, synthesis and evaluation of theoretical and practical knowledge gained in prior program courses. Demonstrate competency of your specific concentration area as well as of program outcomes. A supervising faculty member will evaluate your capstone project. A grade of B or higher is required.

EDU 525-Perspectives on Adult Education

Examines adult education from historical perspectives, includingsocial, economic, regulatory, and technological developments thathave shaped adult education. Students examine distance education,online education, and other modes of adult education.

EDU 526-Diversity in Adult Education

Explore practical and theoretical approaches to understand and appreciate diversity. Learn how to create inclusive learning environments for adults in educational and non-educational settings. Learn ways to incorporate cultural diversity and diversity of ideas into instructional content.

EDU 535-Organizational Training and Development

Examines the elements of training and development in organizational and educational environments. Students learn how to incorporate adult learning theory into training and developmental programs. Topics include planning, facilitating, and assessing training and development of adults.

EDU 550-Adult Learning: Curriculum, Design and Development

Provides students with the tools to plan, design and implement curricula in educational settings. Approaches to, and models of, curriculum and program design will be explored, with a specific emphasis on developing curricula for adult learners. The internal and external influences on curriculum and program development will be evaluated.

EDU 565-Training Strategies and Assessment

Examine additional, more complex topics in corporate and partnership taxation. Discuss topics such as estate and gift taxes, fiduciary accounting, tax-exempt entities, and qualified and non-qualified plans. Ethics, research and tax planning are an integral part of the course.

EDU 542-Integrating Technology into Education

Address how new technologies support alternative approaches to teaching and learning. Learn how instructional technology can help meet the needs of a diverse group of students and change both the content and methods of education. Explore the curriculum and the classroom as the primary vehicles for integrating instructional technology into education.

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