Master of Science in Education

The Master of Science in Education Program seeks to inspire and encourage students to become caring, reflective practitioners who are intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually motivated to transform self, schools, and society.
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Master of Science in Education Degree Programs

  • Organizational Leadership (No Teaching License Required)
  • Building Leadership (Teaching License Required)
  • ESOL Curriculum and Instruction (Teaching License Required)
  • Reading Specialist Curriculum and Instruction (Teaching License Required)

Licensure Endorsement Programs

  • ESOL Endorsement

Licensure Programs

  • Building Leadership (Licensure only - Requires a Master's degree)
  • Reading Specialist (Licensure only - Requires a Master's degree)

Program Accreditation

Newman University's School of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) in partnership with the Kansas State Board of Education. This accreditation applies to the university's initial teacher preparation programs and advanced educator preparation programs.

Mission and Goals

View Newman University's MSED Mission and Goals

Outreach

  • Newman has an outreach center in Western Kansas:
    Contact Dr. Gina Marx, Director of the Graduate Education program
    Phone: 316.305.6557
    Email: marxg@newmanu.edu
 
  • Newman has an outreach center in Southeastern Kansas:
    Contact Guy Glidden, Associate Professor of Education
    Phone: 316.942.4291
    Email:  GliddenG@newmanu.edu