The School of Education and Leadership develops community leaders, teacher leaders, and administrative leaders. Students increase their capacity to reflect NDNU’s core values of developing the whole person, ability to work in a collaborative community, and commitment to a just society.
Master's courses are taught by faculty representing diverse academic and practical expertise. As a student in the master's program, you will experience personalized instruction and mentoring, ensuring that the program supports you in your efforts to accomplish your personal and professional goals. Courses are available during both summer sessions as well as the fall and spring semesters. Courses are offered late in the afternoons/evening and on weekends in order to accommodate work commitments. Once you are admitted to the program, your advisor will work with you to create a program plan that meets your needs.
The following degrees are offered:
- Master of Arts in Education (M.A.Ed) (with concentrations in Curriculum and Instruction, Education Technology, and Disciplinary Studies)
- Master of Arts in Special Education, M.A.
- Master of Arts in School Administration, M.A.