Teaching, Leadership, and Collaboration

You became a teacher to make a difference. You know the importance of the role you fill, but maybe your focus is changing. It’s expanding. Our Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree program in Teaching, Leadership, and Collaboration provides opportunities for career fulfillment (adding certifications or specializations) or career enhancement (specialization in one content area or advanced area that could lead to a career “upgrade” or career change to a curriculum specialist).

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Degree plan

All courses for this program are offered online.

M.Ed. in Teaching, Leadership, and Collaboration Degree Plan

Admission requirements

Students interested in the M.Ed. in Teaching, Leadership, and Collaboration need to apply to the TWU Graduate School and send documents directly to the Department of Teacher Education, as indicated below.

Admission to the M.Ed. in Teaching, Leadership, & Collaboration

How to Apply

There are two steps to apply for our program:

  1. Apply for admission to the TWU Graduate School.
  2. Send required documents to the Department of Teacher Education by completing this application (allow a moment for application to load)

Note. We cannot begin reviewing your application until you complete both steps.

Program Contact

Karen Dunlap, Ed.D.
(940) 898-2764

Application Deadlines

Fall – August 1
Spring – December 1
Summer – May 1

Admission Requirements

  • Have a minimum 3.0 GPA on the last 60 hours of study

For additional information about the program, please see the Department of Teacher Education. For additional information about obtaining educator certification for candidates who already have a bachelor’s degree, please contact TWU’s Office of Educator Preparation Services and visit the Master of Arts in Teaching and Post-Baccalaureate Initial Teaching Certification websites.

Contact Information

For more information, contact Karen Dunlap, Ed.D., Graduate Coordinator of Teaching, Leadership, and Collaboration, by email or by phone at 940-898-2764.

Page last updated 8:58 AM, April 18, 2022