This online master's program is designed to develop budding scholars’ and practitioners’ abilities to research and understand the relationship between education and the economic, social, political, and cultural developments that shape national and regional systems of schooling. Issues of access, opportunity, and equity provide a common focus in the program.
M.S.Ed. in International and Comparative Education (Online)
- Application Deadline
- Admissions Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
- Minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75 out of 4.00
- Completed online application that includes:
- Personal statement
- Two letters of recommendation.
- GRE scores not required for students with an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited U.S. institution
- TOEFL score (minimum 79) or IELTS score (minimum 6.5) – international students only
- Degree Requirements
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Professionals can take this degree to broaden their intellectual outlook and develop important analytic and research skills. Other students can take this degree as a first step toward a Ph.D. program. Depending on course availability, the concentration requirement provides the ability to specialize in practical areas like higher education administration or educational leadership; or in thematic areas like literacy and language education, development studies, or public policy.
In addition, students may receive credit for relevant international travel and study as well as research and practicum experiences tailored to students’ individual circumstances and learning needs. The degree requires 30 hours of coursework.