Charleston Southern University's Master of Education - prepares professional educators who are competent, caring and committed to educating an increasingly diverse student population to higher academic standards in P-12 school.
The online degree program focuses on curriculum development, best teaching practices and teacher leadership. The scope and sequence of courses are designed to enhance teaching practices for increasing student learning and for a better understanding of curriculum development and teacher leadership.
Graduates of the program are expected to exhibit a commitment to lifelong learning based on an understanding of how to utilize an ever changing knowledge base and the evolving nature of best practices to meet the needs of diverse learners.
This program is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
The Fast-Track Master of Education in Elementary and Secondary School Administration and Supervision offers:
Charleston Southern University is committed to providing quality preparation for administrators who will be challenged by the demands of the new century. Master of Education in Administration and Supervision candidates will participate in courses and practicum/intern activities which will enrich their perspectives and their understanding of the instructional, technological, interpersonal, political, legal, ethical and cultural matters of today’s schools.
CSU offers the M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision degree at both the elementary and secondary levels. Successful completion of all program requirements leads to South Carolina certification as a principal and supervisor.
Those already holding a master’s degree may pursue an individualized program of study for a master’s +30 and/or add certification as an elementary or secondary school administrator.
Charleston Southern University, in conjunction with numerous sponsoring agencies, offers a variety of professional development courses for practicing teachers and administrators. We are affiliated with Berkeley County School District, Georgetown County School District, Santee Cooper, Dorchester District 2 and Lexington 1.
Please contact the staff development coordinator in your district or Dr. Melanie M. Murphy, Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Education, at CSU (843) 863-7914 to inquire about current or future courses being offered.
Whether you are affiliated with a school, a district, or an agency, CSU can help you develop custom-designed professional development courses for teachers and administrators. Each three-credit graduate level course meets for 45 hours and is designed to fit your specific needs. From course design and registration through final testing, a CSU professional will coordinate your course(s) to ensure convenience and quality.
If you are interested in offering a graduate level professional development course through Charleston Southern University, please contact the the Graduate School at 843-863-7057.