Master of Education - Teacher Leadership Emphasis, M.Ed

The Master of Education Degree (M.Ed.) at Utah Valley University is an applied master’s program aimed at building the instructional skills and professional competency of teachers. The M.Ed. program emphasizes coursework that prepares teachers to become instructional leaders, with classes in advanced pedagogy, subject matter content, curriculum design, and assessment. Core coursework in research methods is required of participants in all options, however, students select a topic for a culminating project according to their interest or area of licensure in K-12 education.

Matriculation Requirements

  1. Application for admission.
  2. Bachelor degree from an accredited institution.
  3. Overall grade point average in undergraduate work of 3.0 or higher or have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher for the last 60 semester hours of college or university credit.
  4. Interview with School of Education Graduate Committee.
  5. Three professional letters of recommendation.

Preference will be given to individuals who have at least one year of successful teaching experience in grades K-12. A one-year internship will count as the preferred year of successful teaching.
Preference will be given to practicing teachers who have access to an established classroom.