The Master of Education program offers degree tracks in the following areas:
- Elementary Education
- Educational Leadership
- Dyslexia Therapy
- Teaching Arts
- Biological Science
- Business Education
- Computer Science
- Social Sciences
Alternate Route Licensure
This program has been designed to enable candidates to seek Mississippi Alternate Route Licensure with either an Elementary (4-8) or Secondary (7-12/K-12) concentration. This program is available in both the traditional and online formats. Candidates for admission must have satisfactory scores on the PRAXIS I and PRAXIS II (Specialty Area Exam) Tests and a minimum of 2.75 GPA.
Following admission and successful completion of the pre-teaching required courses in EDU 6505 and 6554, candidates are eligible to apply for a Special Class A License (3-year nonrenewable) with the Mississippi Department of Education. After successful completion of the pre-teaching and internship requirements, EDU 6537 and 6538, (12 hours) students may apply for a Mississippi Standard A Alternate Route Educator License (5-year renewable).
The Education Specialist program offers degree tracks in Educational Leadership and Elementary Education.
The Doctor of Education program offers degree tracks in Educational Leadership and Curriculum and Instruction.