The Midland University Master of Education program is a 36 credit hour program that provides classroom teachers and prospective principals with the increased knowledge, improved skills, and enhanced dispositions for leadership in the classroom and in the school.

Students will complete 18 credits in core course areas their first year and an additional 18 credits in a specific concentration that they will choose from their second year. All candidates will receive a third year option to complete 18 credits of the other concentration to become certified in both.

Master Candidates must hold a valid teaching certificate, and two years of teaching experience is required for the Principal Endorsement or the National Board Teacher certification.

YEAR 1 (General Curriculum - 18 Credits)

YEAR 2 (National Board Teacher Certification Preparation Curriculum - 18 Credits)


YEAR 2 (Principal Endorsement Certification Curriculum - 18 Credits)