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Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Early Childhood Education    Educational Technology    Career & Technical Teacher Education    Reading Specialization    Curriculum and Instruction*
*with seven possible concentrations: Curriculum & Teaching; Middle Childhood; English/Language Arts (ADED); Mathematics (ADED); Science (ADED); Social Studies (ADED); Physical Education (leads to licensure)

Master of Arts in Teaching (initial licensure)

Early Childhood Education    Adolescent & Young Adult Education


Curriculum and Instruction


Curriculum and Instruction*
*with concentrations in Adapted Physical Education/Physical Education; Curriculum and Teaching Studies; Educational Technology; Literacy; Mathematics Education; Science Education; Social Studies Education; Early Childhood Education


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A portion of the Behind the Brain Plaza, created by artist Brinslet Tyrell

Literacy & English/Language Arts Education

Program Areas

Middle Childhood Education

Bachelor of Science in Education degree: Language Arts is one of four possible concentrations (plus the teaching of reading).

Adolescent & Young Adult Education

Bachelor of Science in Education degree: Integrated Language Arts is one of eight possible areas of licensure.


Mathematics Education

Welcome to Mathematics Education at Kent State University!

Kent State provides degrees and course offerings in mathematics education that aim to prepare future teachers, enhance the knowledge and skills of practicing teachers and practitioners, and prepare future mathematics education researchers and teacher educators. The mathematics education faculty at Kent State each has experience in rigorous research and classroom teaching. Our research focuses on the teaching and learning of mathematics. 

Science experiment

Science Education

Welcome to Kent State University Science Education!

Our science education faculty and students are working hard to improve science education locally and globally. Please explore this website to learn more about our programs, faculty, and resources.

Kent State seal at Prentice Memorial Gate

Social Studies Education

Are you interested in an undergraduate degree that will equip you to teach Social Studies?

Middle Childhood Education: Social Studies is one of four possible concentrations (plus the teaching of reading) for the Bachelor of Science in Education degree.

CTTE faculty with child advocacy artist George E. Miller II

Career Technical Teacher Education

Teaching high school career-technical programs
CTTE is one of a small number of teacher education programs in Ohio designed to prepare teachers as educators primarily in Ohio Schools in Career-Technical Programs. The program offers Associate of Science and Master's degrees, the Career-Technical Alternative Resident Educator License, and the Career Based Intervention Endorsement Program.
Contact the CTTE Program Coordinator


Physical Education students in class

Physical Education

Teaching grades preK-12
The physical education program is among the best in the United States in preparing teachers who exemplify best practices in the PK-12 setting and professionals who promote high quality physical activity opportunities for individuals across the lifespan. The program offers 3 undergraduate degrees, 2 graduate degrees, 1 endorsement, and 1 minor, and places a strong emphasis on field experience, internships and professional development opportunities across all degree options.
Contact the Physical Education Program Coordinator


Dr. Timothy Rasinski at Literacy Conference, 2018

Literacy Education

Teaching grades K-12
Our program prepares educators to teach literacy in K-12 settings.
Contact the Literacy Education Program Coordinator


Instructional Technology

Educational Technology

The Educational Technology program offers a variety of graduate programs to advance your career in using technology, broadly defined, for learning and teaching.
Contact the Educational Technology Program Coordinator