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Graduate Reading Endorsement
Cedarville’s 16-credit, graduate-level Reading Endorsement adds an endorsement to an Ohio teaching license and qualifies teachers to provide focused reading instruction for students in grades K–12. It meets qualifications for many licenses to be recognized as a Highly Qualified Teacher (HQT) and satisfies the reading requirements under the Third-Grade Reading Guarantee. Course work from the endorsement may also be used toward teacher license renewal or as electives while pursuing your M.Ed. The Reading Endorsement can be completed in just one year, including online courses and field experiences.
Reading Endorsement Info
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Cedarville’s fully online M.Ed. is designed to increase your classroom effectiveness and equip you for professional leadership and Kingdom influence.
- Convenient courses that fit your busy schedule — eight-week terms, all-online, no residency requirement.
- Flexible full- and part-time completion options.
- Affordable tuition (among the lowest cost options you’ll find).
- GRE requirement waived for most students.
- The Christ-centered focus, quality faculty, and practical approach you’d expect from Cedarville University!
The online M.Ed. meets the advanced education and professional development needs of teachers serving in both public and Christian schools, including coursework that satisfies ACSI’s biblical studies and philosophy of education requirements. The program requires 34 graduate credit hours, including nine hours of electives.
Online M.Ed. Info
This 32-credit, post-master’s program is designed for educators with successful K–12 teaching experience who desire to become school principals or building-level administrators. (The credit requirement is reduced to 16 hours when the program is pursued concurrently with Cedarville’s M.Ed. program; other transferred hours may also reduce total credits to complete the program.) The course work fulfills the requirements for a state of Ohio principal’s license.
Principal Licensure Info