Online Programs for Educators
Top Rated in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online Graduate Education Programs rankings for 2017.
Strong programs. Caring student services. The latest in online technology combined with the support you need.
Master of Arts in Education with a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction
Revitalize your classroom! Courses concentrate on the latest educational issues, curriculum development, incorporating technology, educational psychology and more. You’ll have a choice of two emphases:
Master of Arts in Education with a concentration in Training and Development
The perfect choice for anyone who trains or teaches adults. Careers include corporate trainer, motivational consultant, military instructor, human resource developer and adult education instructor.
Master of Arts in Reading and Literacy
The Master of Arts degree in Reading and Literacy K-12 provides students with knowledge and skills in reading and writing programs K-12.
Master of Arts in Educational Technology
Become the “go-to” person for all aspects of technology in the classroom, from computers to Web to interactive instructional design.
Master of Arts in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Supervision
Move to administrative leadership in traditional public schools and public school academies. You’ll gain new perspectives on how schools operate and how to lead in today’s educational environment.
Master of Arts in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Charter School Leadership
Learn to lead in charter schools. Designed for a select group of dedicated educators like you, you’ll be ready to take charge in the rapidly expanding number of charter schools.
Master of Arts in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Rural Education Leadership
Prepare for a leadership role in educational administration with this exclusive online degree program. Not only will you gain the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively lead your organization, the rural education emphasis will prepare you to address the challenges facing America’s rural schools and communities.
Master of Arts in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Virtual Education Leadership
Prepare for a leadership role in educational administration with this exclusive online degree program. Not only will you gain the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively lead your organization, the virtual education leadership emphasis will prepare you to address the unique challenges of operating an online program.
Graduate Certificate in College Teaching
Designed for graduate students, current practitioners, or anyone with a masters degree or higher in a teachable discipline who wants to teach effectively in a community college or university setting. Only 15 credits.
Specialist in Education
The Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) degree prepares you for success as an administrator within K-12 buildings or at the central office level with advanced instructional and leadership skills. Completion of the 30-credit program allows you to sit for the exit examination and apply to the Michigan Department of Education for Administrative Certification.
Doctor of Educational Technology
The D.E.T. degree is designed for those interested in professional research and a rigorous evaluation of educational technology or technology-based training.
The D.E.T. will prepare graduates for a wide array of leadership positions in K-12 schools, virtual schools, community colleges, 4-year colleges, and universities as well as corporate, industrial, and military settings.
Online Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
Be one of the very first educational leaders to graduate with an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Central Michigan University Online. There are two areas of focus available:
- K-12 focus – classes start Fall Term 2017 – for those who aspire to a leadership role in the K-12/Central Office areas. Those wishing to be Principals, Superintendents, and Curricular Leaders.
- Higher-Ed focus – Classes start Fall Term 2017 – for those pursuing a career in higher education in such leadership positions as Department Chair, Dean, or President at a community college, college or university.