School of Education & Human Services
Master of Education
Mount St. Mary’s University proudly prepares teachers for today and for tomorrow with our Master of Education (M.Ed.) program for currently certified teachers. Candidates complete a sequence of professional courses to prepare them as specialists in their field of study. These courses emphasize the importance of academic research and prepare graduates to be instructional leaders. The Mount develops educators who are proficient in content and pedagogy, reflective, and ethical professionals dedicated to leadership in an increasingly diverse, technological, and global society.
Admission Requirements & Application
Individuals wishing to apply for admission into an M.Ed. program must hold a current, valid teaching certificate and should submit the following items:
Completed application; Apply online
Nonrefundable $35 application fee; Checks made payable to Mount St. Mary's University
Undergraduate transcript(s) from an accredited four-year institution
Two letters of recommendation; Download guidelines
Copy of current valid teaching certificate
*For both Technology Facilitation and Reading Specialist concentrations, an entrance portfolio demonstrating teacher proficiency in the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T) or International Reading Association Standards (IRA) is also required. See the education office for required components. All prospective students also participate in an admission interview.
Application fee, transcript(s) and letters of recommendation should be mailed to:
Graduate Programs in Education
Mount St. Mary's University
School of Education and Human Services
Archbishop Borders Hall
16300 Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
This 36 credit program focuses on preparing educators to serve as technology facilitators or equipping educators to serve as reading specialists.
M.Ed. concentrations are available in:
Reading Specialist K-12
Students are responsible for ensuring that all of the following graduation requirements have been satisfied:
Completion of 36 credit hours: including core courses, electives and independent research
A cumulative GPA of at least 3.0
Completion of course work within the five-year time limit
Applications are accepted year-round. Classes begin in spring, summer, and fall.