Master's in Education Degree in Nebraska
(found programs from 33 schools)
In order to hold a professional Nebraska teaching certificate, you must have a master's degree in education, hold a National Board Certification or hold a doctorate degree or six-year specialist certificate. If you take the master's degree in education route, you must specialize in either curriculum and instruction or the area in which you hold an endorsement. If you are a Nebraska educator who wants to show his or her professionalism by obtaining this certificate, enrolling in a Master of Education program is a good way to start the process.
At the University of Nebraska, which has a number of locations throughout the state, students can obtain master's degrees in education with concentrations in curriculum and instruction. A Lincoln-based university, Doane College, also offers the curriculum and instruction master's degree in education. This college makes taking classes easy by offering 16 sites across Nebraska where educators can attend. Concordia University, a Lutheran college in Seward, is another university where teachers can enroll in the curriculum and instruction Master of Education program.
Below is a list of Masters of Education programs in Nebraska. Use the links to request information from schools that you are interested in, or use the nearby state links below to find additional Masters of Education programs in states near you.
Masters in Education Programs in Nearby Sates
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