M.Ed. in Secondary Education: Overview
Hawai‘i Pacific University's M.Ed. Program in Secondary Education prepares candidates to become competent, caring, and professional educators through classroom discussions and clincal practice experiences. Teacher candidates learn in small classes and enjoy individual attention by university faculty and mentor teachers.
The program prepares individuals for licensure in Hawai'i in grades 6 - 12 in five content areas:
- Social Studies
- World Languages
Teacher candidates first complete seven seminar courses in secondary education, one content area concentration course in curriculum and instruction, and the capstone clinical practice and clinical practice seminar courses, for a total of 36 credit hours.
The M.Ed. in Secondary Education features:
- Convenient evening course offerings
- Small class size
- Clinical Practice courses
- Web-based courses and electronic portfolios
- Mentorship by content area teachers in private and public school settings