Florida Southern’s Master of Education Program Expands With New Class Structure
LAKELAND, Fla. (Dec. 19, 2008) — Florida Southern College and the Division of Education are pleased to announce the expansion of classes for its Master of Education in Collaborative Teaching and Learning (MEd) degree. The program is designed to appeal to undergraduates who are completing their bachelor’s degrees in education and wish to move directly into the MEd program. Enrollment extends through the first week in January.
"The Division of Education is pleased to offer a program that allows our students to expand their knowledge of skills and, therefore, benefit the students they will teach and the community," said Dr. Tracey Tedder, division chair.
The new class structure will consist of a sequence of nine courses totaling 36 credit hours. Students will take specified courses each semester and move through the program as a cohort group. Courses will continue to be offered in evenings and on weekends.
Established in 2004, the MEd is offered to graduating seniors and teachers currently holding or fully eligible for the Florida Professional Certificate. The coursework focuses on further developing the knowledge and accomplished practice of professional teachers. Tuition is $280 per credit hour.
For more information on this program, please contact Dr. Tedder at 863.680.4177 or email@example.com.