Education- M.A., M.A.T., M.Ed., M.S., Specialist in Education, Ph.D., Ed.D.
For information, contact:
Director of Graduate Studies in your department Dean’s office
College of Education, Health and Society
207 McGuffey Hall, 513-529-6317
All master’s degrees require at least 30 semester hours, and some programs require more. At least 15 semester hours must be earned at 600-level or above, and no more than one-third of the credits required for a master’s degree may be transfer credits.
The Master of Arts is offered by the Department of Educational Psychology. The Master of Education is offered by the departments of Educational Leadership, Educational Psychology, and Teacher Education. The Educational Leadership and Teacher Education Masters require at least a provisional teaching certificate/license or one earned no later than when your master’s degree is awarded. The Educational Psychology Masters (which does not require licensure) has concentrations in Human Development and Family Studies; Learning Science; and Research Methods, Data Analysis, and Psychometrics.
Master of Arts in Teaching programs are administered by the Department of Teacher Education. Master of Science programs are offered by the departments of Educational Leadership, Educational Psychology, and Family Studies and Social Work.
Department listings describe these programs. Check with your department for the most recent licensure requirements where appropriate.
For information, contact the director of graduate studies in your department or the dean’s office in the College of Education, Health and Society, 513-529-6317. Programs in art education and music education are described in art and music.
Specialist in Education, Doctoral Degrees
The Specialist in Education degree is offered by the Department of Educational Psychology. Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Education degrees are offered by the Department of Educational Leadership. Department listings describe these programs.