Interdisciplinary Studies (M.Ed)

Students in the Interdisciplinary Studies M.Ed. Program are interested in a career related to education, but do not obtain Teacher Licensure (K-12 Teaching certification) as a result of completing this degree. 
Many of our students are interested in careers that involve teaching at a Community College or coaching and working at the college level. 
Concentration areas for this degree include: Education, English, Exercise Science, Mathematics, Social Studies or Business. Students will take 18 hours in their chosen concentration, which enables them to teach at a Community College level.

For more information please contact Dr. Emily Cayton at

The Interdisciplinary Studies M.Ed. Program has rolling admissions.
For questions/assistance with the admissions process, contact Graduate Admissions at

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