The College of Education offers many academic, licensure, and endorsement programs online to provide flexibility for students’ schedules and expand access to higher education for more students.
The non-thesis M.A. in Educational Measurement and Statistics M.A. prepares professionals to have a broad understanding of the theories, methods, professional ethics, and applications associated with quantitative research methodology.
The M.A. in Educational Leadership offers degrees and licensure for pre-K-12 school leadership. This program can be completed with or without completing requirements for Principal Licensure.
The program addresses identified needs within the profession: English Language Learner (ELL) instruction, cultural competency in the classroom, evidenced-based frameworks for technology integration, educational leadership, and teacher leader/instructional coaching best practices.
The State of Iowa Talented and Gifted (TAG) Endorsement offered through the University of Iowa Belin-Blank Center prepares candidates to satisfy state requirements to teach talented and gifted students.
The Certificate in Online Teaching is an online program designed to prepare degree- and non-degree seeking graduate students for the realities of online teaching and to help them expand their career options.
The Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language is intended for future and current English teachers and administrators in primary and secondary school settings.
Students in the M.A. in Learning Sciences take classes on how theory and research inform our understanding of learners, learning, instruction, and the technology and environments in which learning and instruction occur.