Instructional Processes and Strategies (IPS)

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Do you have

  • A four-year degree? and
  • An undergraduate GPA of 2.5 or higher?

If you answered yes to both questions, you may be eligible for the Marshall University’s MA in Education, majoring in Instructional Processes and Strategies.

Marshall University’s M.A. Degree in Education with an Instructional Processes and Strategies emphasis is offered 100% online.

This advanced degree is perfect for teachers with a Bachelor’s degree in an educational field who want a Masters’ degree, but are not looking for state certification in a particular area.

Those with a four-year degree in a non-educational field are also eligible to apply.

Overview

Instructional Processes & Strategies is available as an area of emphasis within the Master of Arts in Education degree. Consider this specialization if you are interested in enriching your general knowledge of education, curriculum, and instruction at the graduate level.

Admission Requirements

Transcripts verifying Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university

Undergraduate GPA of 2.5

Frequently Asked Questions

<strong>What is the purpose of this program?</strong>
<strong>Do I need to take the GRE or MAT in order to apply to this degree program?</strong>
<strong>Is this program offered online?</strong>
<strong>Does this program lead to initial teacher licensure?</strong>
<strong>Will I be required to complete a thesis in order to graduate?</strong>
<strong>Why should you consider earning a Marshall University MA in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Processes and Strategies degree?</strong>
<strong>What kind of career can I pursue with Marshall University’s MA in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Processes and Strategies degree?</strong>
<strong>Can I apply to the Marshall University MA in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Processes and Strategies degree without having a degree in education or teacher licensure?</strong>

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Contact us for more information and to learn about required courses

Dr. Elbert Davis (Program Coordinator)
Assistant Professor
Marshall University
College of Education and Professional Development
100 Angus E. Peyton Drive, South Charleston, WV  25303-1600
304-746-2024 or 1-800-642-9842
Email

Mrs. Carolyn Schwarz (Program Secretary)
Phone: 304-746-1996 or 1-800-642-9842
Email

Huntington Campus
Education Building Room 220
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755
Phone: 304-696-3131

South Charleston Campus
100 Angus E. Peyton Drive
South Charleston, WV 25303
Phone: 304-746-1992

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