Master's Degrees

Master's Degrees

Master of Science in Elementary Education

Designed to enhance the teaching practices of educators in graduates K-8, MSU’s Master of Science in Elementary Education requires 33 semester hours of graduate coursework beyond the bachelor's degree and successful completion of a comprehensive written examination. This degree program prepares students to lead in the classroom and make a difference in students’ lives. Program graduates are eligible to be recommended for the Class AA Mississippi Educator License.

Curriculum

Program Coordinator

Dr. Rebecca Robichaux-Davis
Email: rrr102@msstate.edu 
 

Master of Science in Secondary Education

Designed to provide new and veteran classroom teachers the opportunity to expand their knowledge and vision of education in terms of theory, research and practice. The Master of Science in Secondary Education requires 33 semester hours of graduate coursework beyond the bachelor's degree and successful completion of a comprehensive written examination. Program graduates are eligible to be recommended for the Class AA Mississippi Educator License. Classes for this program can be done online, please see advisor for online class offerings.

Curriculum

Program Coordinator

Dr. Missy Hopper
Email: pfh7@msstate.edu 
 

Master of Science in Special Education

The Master of Science in Special Education requires 30+ semester hours of graduate coursework beyond the bachelor's degree and successful completion of a comprehensive written examination. Program graduates are eligible to be recommended for the Class AA Mississippi Educator License.

Curriculum

Program Coordinator

Dr. Sandy Devlin
Email: sdevlin@colled.msstate.edu