Uplift Every Student

Become a leader in your school and bring renewed inspiration to your classroom. Work in small classes with faculty and students who share your drive and will help you achieve your goals. Concentrations are offered in elementary and gifted education.
 

Key Features

 

Faculty Mentors

Elon’s M.Ed. faculty members have a stellar reputation as both accessible mentors and active scholars. Each M.Ed. student is assigned to a faculty adviser, who works closely with students as they advance through the program.

 

Affordability

Enjoy the benefits of a private university education with a cost comparable to public institutions. The program is offered at a substantially reduced cost, which is fixed at the beginning of your first summer session. Elon's M.Ed. program is offered at a substantially reduced cost of approximately $10,000. A payment plan is available.

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Alumni Success

Three Elon M.Ed. alumnae were recognized as leaders in their profession. Tyronna Hooker ’09 was honored as the North Carolina Teacher of the Year, Kim Mellor ’04 was honored as the Teacher of the Year Chapel Hill-Carrboro and Molly Ellington ’08 was honored as the Teacher of the Year Alamance Burlington. Elon M.Ed. graduates boast a 100 percent pass rate on advanced licensure exams and excellence in teaching.

 

The Elon M.Ed.

Earn a master's degree and advanced licensure without sacrificing the critical time you spend in the classroom. Take the majority of your classes over the course of three summers and complete the remaining coursework online in the intervening school year totaling 26 months. Programs are available in elementary and gifted education. Elon's M.Ed. program is offered at a substantially reduced cost of approximately $10,000. A payment plan is available.

 

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News

M.Ed. Program Welcomes 16 Students to Elon
A new cohort of students begins the Master of Education program this summer, representing 11 North Carolina school districts, two out-of-state districts and five other countries.

 

Alumna receives top award from N.C. Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Deanna Beckham is now the Math I educator at Eastern Alamance High School.