Student At-Large (Non-Cohort Courses)

Endorsement Courses

Character Education **NEW**

Common Core Courses and Workshops

Differentiated Instruction

The Affective Domain of Teaching

Teaching With Technology Courses

Health and Physical Education

Hot Topic One-Credit Courses and Online Workshops

NOAA Teacher at Sea

2015 Summer Graduate Course for Educators from Advantage Discipline

Interested in learning how to apply any of these courses to a Master of Science in Teaching and Learning degree? Visit or call us at (800) 735-7500.

If you are a teacher who wishes to pursue a master’s degree that will enhance professional practice in the classroom and provide both flexibility and personal choice, the M.S. in Teaching and Learning degree is the perfect program for you. All candidates take the same 12 credit hours of core course work but then may choose from different areas of concentration for their 18+ elective credits: Affective Domain of Teaching, Best Practices, Differentiated Instruction, English as a Second Language (ESL), Reading, Special Education, Teaching with Technology, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).