Master of Science in Education Regular Format
Complete the 36-credit-hour Master of Science in Education (MSED) program at a more flexible pace by completing the core Curriculum and Instruction courses and selecting program electives that meet your needs and interests. All online courses are 8 weeks in length and are offered across the 12-month calendar. Still need to apply? Start here.
EDUC 600 Sociology of Education (3)
EDUC 601 Study Design and Data Collection (3)
EDUC 602 Statistical Methods and Data Analysis (3)
EDUC 605 Cognition and Learning
EDUC 612* Technology and Mediated Instruction (3)
EDUC 621 Curriculum Development
EDUC 623 Assessment of Instruction (3)
*To be completed within first summer semester, prerequisite for remaining 600-level core courses.
We encourage students to use your graduate program of study to choose their courses to support their personal interest and professional growth. Beyond the required hours in education, you will select from a rotation of 500 level courses.
Certificates of Advanced Studies:
A cluster of courses that concentrate on specific knowledge and/or skills aligned to an area of specialization or industry certification. A certificate of advanced studies shall include a minimum of 9 credits.
- Classroom Behavior & Management
- Instructional Mastery
- Inclusionary Practices & Policies
- Instructional Technology
Certificates of Advanced Studies are not endorsements and do not allow an individual to teach in that specialty.
Supplemental ESL endorsement:
This English as a Second Language (ESL) supplemental endorsement will prepare an individual to be certified in the State of Nebraska to teach English as a Second Language in the grade levels for which they are endorsed. This ESL Endorsement is limited to an individual who holds a subject or field endorsement.
Practicum and student teaching experiences ensure learning opportunities that cannot
be matched in the college classroom.
School/Student partnerships create authentic experiences engaging with students above and beyond the college classroom.
Graduate credit earned from another accredited graduate institution may be applied toward the Master of Science degree provided: (1) the hours are of a grade of “B” or above; (2) the credits would have counted toward a graduate degree program at the institution where earned; (3) courses must have been completed within the last seven years from the date of first-class with Peru State; and (4) the credits have been approved by the Dean of Graduate Programs.
Students must request permission from the Dean of Graduate Programs for approval of transfer credits to be applied to a program of study by submitting the Transfer Request Form and by requesting that an official transcript from the institution where credit was received be sent to the Dean of Graduate Programs.