Master in Education Programs

M.Ed. in Human Services

Director's Welcome & M.Ed. Overview

Drury University's Master in Education degree with Emphasis in Human Services is a remarkably flexible graduate degree. With 18 credit hours of electives coupled with Drury's strong interdisciplinary tradition, students can tailor their academic journey to their unique professional needs and goals. The core courses ensure a robust study of educational concepts that can be applied to a wide variety of careers in which people are learning, being mentored, trained, or otherwise counseled. This degree is a superb choice for the fields of social work, caregivers, community leaders, law enforcement, coaches, human resources, professional trainers, and more.

Required Core Courses (18 hours):

SCI 620*: Technology in the Classroom
EDUC 605: Advanced Educational Psychology and Assessment
SS 624: The Home, the School and the Community
HFA 636: Teaching and Evaluation of Writing
EDUC 689**: Introduction to Educational Research
EDUC 700**: Capstone Seminar

*(must be taken within the first two semesters)
**(must be taken in last 9 hours of program)

Courses Required in Emphasis (18 hours):

Human Services Elective
Human Services Elective
Human Services Elective
Human Services Elective
Human Services Elective
Human Services Elective

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