Louisiana Masters in Education Programs
(found programs from 20 schools)
Louisiana is a state of diversity in terms of education. In addition to public schools, the state also has a number of charter schools and French immersion programs. In Louisiana's French immersion programs, students begin learning French as early as Kindergarten. Consequently, teachers in Louisiana may not only be teaching English or history, but may find themselves asked to teach in French as well. Teachers in Louisiana can use a master's degree to enhance their teaching skills and gain credentials in a variety of areas from language instruction to special education.
At the University of Louisiana in Monroe, students can earn a master's degree in education that will prepare them to teach in public or charter schools. At this university, students can participate in a Master of Education program that includes everything from distance education instruction to media development. Teachers who have always wanted to live in New Orleans can earn their master's degree in education from the University of New Orleans and mix continuing education with the sights and sounds of the city. Finally, students who are interested in a Catholic graduate education can obtain a master's degree in education from Our Lady of Holy Cross College, a much smaller New Orleans school.
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