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At Belmont University's School of Education, our mission is to be an academically challenging, student-centered learning community. Graduate Programs in the School of Education cultivate these values every day. We believe the most successful programs combine academics with hands-on experience and are tailored to individual needs. With individual attention from our faculty and advisors, our programs are customized to meet their academic objectives within the realistic confines of the busy lives of our students. Therefore our courses combine small class sizes and flexible schedules to meet the needs of busy working professionals. Our faculty are enthusiastic, innovative and accessible teacher/mentors, and are the primary force in setting the high academic standards and goals of the School of Education.

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Teacher Certification Programs
Accredited by CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation), and approved by the Tennessee State Department of Education, Belmont offers the following graduate degrees and post-baccalaureate teacher certification options:
 

Master of Education Programs
Belmont University’s Master’s in Education is not just for teachers but is also designed for business professionals who want to improve the effectiveness of their organization. A Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree provides leadership skills and knowledge for practical application in the workplace. Courses are completed in eight-week segments and are designed for the working professional. Become the stronger leader that you have always wanted to be and advance your career today. The degrees offered by Belmont's Master of Education program include:

 

For questions about our programs, please contact Chair, Dr. Mark Hogan

Master of Arts in Teaching Information Session

We would like to extend an invitation to attend our Master of Arts in Teaching Information Session where you can learn more about our program and processes as well as hear perspectives about the program from current students and alumni. Join us Monday, October 27, 2014 from 5:00-6:00pm in the McWhorter building in Conference Room 409. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP to Andrea McClain. You may park in the garage beneath the McWhorter building (North Garage). For your convenience a link to the campus map is below. Looking forward to meeting you!

Campus Map
http://www.belmont.edu/campusmap/files/campusmap.pdf

Master of Education (Leadership Programs) Information Session

We would like to extend an invitation to attend our Master of Education Information Session where you can learn more about our programs and processes as well as hear perspectives about the program from current students and alumni. Join us Tuesday, October 28, 2014 from 5:30-7:00 pm in the Inman building, Frist Lecture Hall on the 4th floor. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to Andrea McClain. You may park in the garage beneath the Inman building (North Garage). For your convenience a link to the campus map is below. Looking forward to meeting you!

Campus Map
http://www.belmont.edu/campusmap/files/campusmap.pdf

 To apply for admission, click here.

Belmont University
Department of Education
1900 Belmont Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37212
615-460-6414


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