Graduate Programs in Education
A personal, individualized approach
GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN EDUCATION AT ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY
If you are an Anne Arundel County teacher and would like to learn more about our cohort program, we will be at the Anne Arundel Carver Center on February 7 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Join M.Ed. program director Gaye Brown, as well as other members of the Graduate Programs in Education team, to learn about how our cohort program can help you earn your Master’s or Post-Master’s Professional Development Certificate.Register now
Customize your education to meet your lifestyle and your career goals. Our Graduate Programs in Education can be completed four different ways:
- In person
- Hybrid (some in-person and some online classes)
- Accelerated Online (earn your degree faster)
With this amount of flexibility, earning your degree just got a lot easier. Each program completion route has unique benefits, from length and cost of the program to individualized attention. Contact the Welch Center and we can formulate a completion plan that best fits your needs.
Goucher's programs combine a flexible curriculum, top-quality instruction, rigorous course of study, and, most importantly, the support students need to meet the demands of a challenging program and to be fully prepared to meet the demands of a challenging classroom. Students have easy access to faculty, receive help from technical writers, and have the opportunity to study from groups with their peers.
The Master of Education Program
The M.Ed. is designed for those who have a passion and talent for working with youth. While teaching experience is an advantage, it is not required for these programs. Get more information about the Master of Education Program.
The Master of Arts in Teaching Program
The M.A.T. Program prepares career changers who wish to become teachers as well as conditional teachers seeking to meet the needs of their students and obtain teacher certification. Get more information about the Master of Arts in Teaching Program.