Master’s in Education, Indiana and Monroeville: For Current Students

    Program Format Options

    You may tailor the Master in Education program to meet your needs by choosing one of the options listed below:

    1. Customary Cohort Approach: Once students are accepted to the program, they matriculate through it by taking a six-credit hour course each semester with the same cohort of students. Students who complete all course requirements graduate in two years.
    2. Flexible Approach: Once students are accepted to the program, they matriculate through it at their own pace by taking courses with different cohorts, each semester, in a sequence and location (Indiana or Monroeville) of their choice. Coursework must be completed over a period of five years. Students who take two courses a semester could complete the program in one year.
    3. Needs-Based Approach: Acceptance to the Master in Education program is not required. Students may take one or more six-credit-hour MEDU courses to meet their professional development needs or the requirements of other programs.

    Accepting Applications for Fall 2015

    We are accepting applications from preK-12 and community college teachers for

    • Fall 2015 (Indiana cohort)
    • Fall 2016 (Monroeville cohort)

    Contact the Program Coordinator

    For more information, please contact Dr. Crystal Machado at cmachado@iup.edu

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  • M.Ed in Education Information Session

    April 22, 2015
    5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.

    M.Ed in Education Information Session at Indiana, Davis 121

    Learn more about IUP’s MEd in Education program from program coordinator Dr. Crystal Machado. Discussion topics include curriculum, program format, outcomes, admission, and more.

    To register, visit Register for an Information Session, e-mail , or call 412-824-1999.