Graduate Education Program
Stetson University's Graduate Teacher Education program offers an array of graduate programs in curriculum and instruction, educational leadership and counselor education. Courses are offered in a convenient manner that provides opportunities for working professionals to earn an advanced degree.
Most graduate degrees can be completed in just over a year. Classes, which are scheduled with working teachers in mind, are offered on Saturdays or weeknights; the meeting days and times depend on the program and location at which it is taken.
All three programs are offered at the DeLand campus and at the university's Celebration center. These programs offer convenient Saturday classes.
The curriculum is designed to be constantly innovative, comprehensive and to meet state and national performance standards. Students are expected to become: collaborative instructional leaders, responders to diversity, facilitative agents for change and reflective practitioners.
In addition to the degree-granting programs, the program is actively involved in professional development schools and educational reform initiatives. Meeting in small classes, faculty work closely with students to meet their individual needs and professional objectives.
Program Course Offerings
- Elementary Education: Educating for Social Justice (M.Ed.)
- Educational Leadership (M.Ed.)
- Modified Educational Leadership (certification only)
- Counselor Education and certificate programs available (M.S.)