HLGU MSE Program Moves to Online Format
Thursday, May 8, 2014
by Rebecca Sneed
Hannibal-LaGrange University's Master of Science in Education degree program will be moving to a completely online format starting in the fall 2014 semester.
HLGU's MSE Program started in 2007 and has celebrated 90 graduations to date. The program has two very useful tracks that benefit teachers at any grade level: Teaching & Learning, and Literacy.
The move to a fully online format is part of an initiative to reach more students. Where the previous blended format with online and on-campus classes limited the University to regional students, the new, fully online version of the program, will be available to any accepted graduate student, regardless of location.
"Through HLGU's fully online MSE degree, you will immediately increase your teaching effectiveness while you complete a master's degree in as little as 15 months," said Dr. Jane Schafer, MSE Director. "Whether you pursue the Literacy or Teaching/Learning track, your collaboration with other teachers and professors will expand your knowledge and invigorate your love of teaching."
Hannibal-LaGrange University is currently taking applications for its Master of Science in Education program. Summer 2014 classes will remain in the hybrid online/in-seat format and include Differentiated Learning, Technology Applications, Vocabulary & Fluency Development, and Writing to Enhance Learning. Classes begin in June.
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