New Jersey Masters in Education Programs
(found programs from 21 schools)
Garden State educators are some of the best-paid in the country, with average salaries of more than $60,000 per year. But cost of living in the state is high, and salaries vary by district - pay can differ by nearly $20,000 a year in districts whose boundaries touch one another. Teachers with a master's degree typically earn at least $3,200 more per year than those with a bachelor's degree, according to the State of New Jersey Department of Education.
Nearly 40 percent of teachers in the state have a master's degree, and the median salary for those teachers is around $66,000 a year. Again, that's high compared to other teachers around the country, but it's still lower than what most people with master's degrees make in New Jersey.
Selected Master's degree programs in New Jersey
Rutgers University. In addition to offering a slate of traditional Master of Education programs, Rutgers also offers an online master's program in learning, cognition, and development. The program can be completed in two years, and students can choose a sub-specialty of special education or educational technology.
Seton Hall University. Seton Hall offers Master of Arts programs in areas including instructional design, library specialization, and special education.
Caldwell College. Caldwell offers master's degrees in literacy instruction, special education, administration, and curriculum and instruction.
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