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Master of Science in Education - Education Specialist

The Educational Specialist degree is a general education degree that provides a well-rounded curriculum in several areas of education. Students will be exposed to courses that focus on analysis of the most current trends and issues in education that our schools and teachers face today. This graduate degree is perfect for the individual looking for career advancement and earning a master’s degree without specializing in a very specific area of study. At only 30 credits and fully online, this degree can be completed quick and conveniently to fit your needs.

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