Earn an Accredited Master of Education in Elementary Education
At American College of Education we believe in teachers and the inspirational role that they play. It’s something we’ve demonstrated since we opened 10 years ago. Our sole focus is Education degrees, and all of our core professors have both a doctorate degree and current classroom experience. Because we leverage technology, our tuition is realistic and affordable. We know that the more you learn, the more your students learn.
Earn your Master of Education in Elementary Education and discover the best education tools for your classroom. This online degree program provides K-5 educators with an in-depth study of topics specific to elementary students. With this degree, you can strengthen your expertise in elementary teaching with additional courses in literacy and specific content areas.
This program allows you to focus on the unique cognitive, social, and emotional needs of elementary students and the teaching strategies required to help them exceed standards. Degree candidates will design curricula, use assessment results to inform instructional practices, and collaborate with a professional community of learners.
After the program, you can launch your career as a lead teacher, department chair, or elementary specialist.
100% of American College of Education’s programs take place online, providing easy access to your coursework and resources whenever you are available!
- 12 courses (34 semester credits)
- Small class sizes to ensure personalized attention
- High-quality instruction from veteran teachers
- Lower cost tuition than comparable programs
- 100% online, 24/7 access
The M.Ed. in Elementary Education is specifically designed for educators who already possess teacher certification, not for those who require initial certification.
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