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About Master of Science in Education and Human Development (MSEHD)

Based on and comparable to leading Master of Education programs in the United States, the program is designed to be completed in two – three years, with participants attending classes in the evening while maintaining their full time employment. The program is designed for working professionals and educators, and offers seven concentrations: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Instructional Technology, Curriculum and Instruction with a Concentration in Literacy, Teacher Education, Educational Leadership, Human Resource Development, and Special Education. The program strives to be known as an exemplary and leading program in the preparation of educators and professionals who seek to explore the changing nature of teaching and learning while assessing and addressing the needs and  challenge of a knowledge-based economy.