Degrees & Programs
M.S.Ed. in Secondary Education – General Track
Practicing middle school and high school teachers can build their skills and knowledge to take on supervisory and leadership roles. If you are transitioning to teaching from another field, you can earn certification through the General Education track of the M.S. in Secondary Education. You may also pursue this degree if you have recently completed your bachelor’s degree.
This 36-credit hour program focuses on curriculum studies, adolescent development and psychology, and the theoretical foundations of education practice. It includes a practicum option depending on your future education and career focus. You may pursue the master’s degree after completing the graduate certification requirements and apply those graduate course credits to the master’s program. The program is offered on the Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses.