Graduate Studies

Whether you are currently certified and working in a school or are looking to transition into education from your current profession, a master’s degree from Florida Southern will provide you with the skills and experience necessary to transform the minds and lives of your future students.

Our graduates know how to make a positive impact in the classroom, school, and community in which they live and work. Here's why FSC's graduate program in education should be your first choice for pursuing a graduate degree in Education.

Programs of Study

Masters of Arts in Teaching

Master of Arts in Teaching

If you are currently a professional in another field who would like to transition into teaching, the Master of Arts in Teaching will provide you with the skills and preparation necessary to become an effective, highly qualified educator.

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Master of Education

Master of Education

For current teachers looking to improve their skills or progress into administration roles, the 100% online Master of Education in Collaborative Teaching and Learning degree provides in-depth exploration of educational concepts and techniques, incorporating the latest in cutting-edge classroom technology.

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Doctor of Education

Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership

For seasoned professionals who are ready to make the move into administration, the fully accredited Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership pairs expert faculty with an advanced curriculum that explores the opportunities and challenges faced by administration in the current academic climate, from pre-school through college.

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Teacher and students

STEM & Orton-Gillingham Concentrations

Prepare to meet the demands and challenges of the modern classroon by adding a specialized concentration to your course of study. Learn to infuse lessons with science, technology, engineering, and math fundamentals through the STEM Concentration. Develop the skills to succeed with children who struggle with reading, writing, and spelling through the Orton-Gillingham Concentration.

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