Graduate Education Degree Programs
Drury University's School of Education and Child Development is one of Missouri's longest standing accredited teacher preparation programs.
- Most degrees require 30-33 credit hours (programs leading to teacher certification may require more).
- Programs are 100% online (a few degrees do require field experience that can be completed in the area where you live).
- Courses are available in 16-week and 8-week formats.
- Applicants are welcome from any undergraduate discipline; a bachelor's degree in education is not required for entry.
The elementary education program and specific secondary content areas at Drury University are approved by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). The professional education unit has been approved by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The elementary education program is also approved by the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI).
Graduate Education Programs Leading to State Certification
Graduate Education Programs
- Elementary Curriculum & Instruction
- Middle School Curriculum & Instruction
- Secondary Curriculum & Instruction
- Special Education
- Special Reading
- Instructional Leadership
- Instructional Technology
- Integrated Learning
Note that DESE certification requirements mean that graduate education degrees do not result in teacher certification on their own. Post-baccalaureate teacher certification programs are offered as a standalone route to certification or to be completed concurrently with an M.Ed. degree. Contact us to discuss your options.
All graduate degree program requirements must be completed within seven calendar years (including transfer work) after the student has begun graduate-level work.