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Academic Programs

The M.S. in Teaching (formerly known as BEST) prepares future educators to be effective with today’s diverse and tech-savvy students.

The M.S. in Counseling provides future mental health workers and school counselors with the foundation and practical skills for a rewarding career.

The M.S. in Curriculum & Instruction focuses on designing, implementing, and evaluating educational curricula.

Transition your career from the classroom into school administration with the Administrator I Certification.

Since 1967, the M.S. in Deaf Education has prepared graduates to excel as leading educators of deaf students around the world.

The M.S. in Educational Leadership prepares leaders for positions in public, private and schools for special populations.

The M.S. in Elementary Education allows you the freedom to self-design your program in collaboration with your academic advisor.

First in Maryland, the Elementary Math Instructional Leader certification prepares students for positions as mathematics instructional leaders or specialists in elementary schools.

The Elementary STEM Instructional Leadership program is designed to develop a practical and foundational understanding of STEM education content and practices preparing students for STEM leadership roles. 

The graduate certificate in Equity and Excellence in Education is a customized program designed to address the complex issue of equal access for all students.

The M.S. in Kinesiology (formally known as Exercise Science & Physical Education) is ideal for coaches, administrators or researchers.

The M.S. in Gerontology prepares leaders in the public and private sectors with an interdisciplinary understanding of issues related to aging.

The Gifted and Talented Education Specialist (GATES) Certificate program at McDaniel College prepares teachers with initial certification to meet the curriculum, assessment, and instructional needs of academically talented students.

The Graduate Specialist in Aging allows students to examine aging from a bio-psycho social perspective.

If you have an interest in training, organizational or career development, a M.S. in Human Resources Development will help you stay ahead of the curve.

In partnership with Target Community and Educational Services, Inc., the M.S. in Human Services Management is designed to prepare managers for community-based programs in special education.

The Online Learning Technologies Specialist Certificate Program prepares P-12 teachers, administrators and HR and training professionals to effectively utilize technology for teaching and learning.

The Master of Liberal Arts is an interdisciplinary graduate degree for adults interested in exploring beyond a traditional, career-oriented approach.

The M.S. for Reading Specialists: Literacy Leadership is designed to create contemporary leaders in literacy education.

The M.S. in School Librarianship prepares students to become outstanding teachers, instructional leaders and administrators of school libraries.

The M.S. in Secondary Education allows you the freedom to self-design your program in collaboration with your academic advisor.

The M.S. in Special Education prepares teachers to deliver a free and appropriate education in the least restrictive environment to all students.

The M.S. in TESOL is designed to promote excellence in teaching speakers of other languages.

The TESOL Praxis II Prep Sequence is a five-course series designed to prepare certified teachers to take the Praxis II (test 0361) in ESOL.

The Writing for Children & Young Adults Certificate is taught online by experts in the field and designed for busy people who want a straight path to publishing.

 
Nat'l Chocolate Cupcake Day
October 18, 2017, 11:00 am
Dinner on Us
October 18, 2017, 5:00 pm
150 Years on the Hill at Rice Gallery
October 19, 2017, 10:00 am
Family Weekend at On Campus
October 20, 2017, 8:00 am
Historical Walking Tour at WMC Alumni Hall
October 21, 2017, 12:00 am
Homecoming
October 21, 2017, 12:00 am
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