Master of Education

Wesleyan’s MEd program is ranked among the top 20 in the state of Georgia. 

Enrolling both women and men, Wesleyan’s unique Master’s of Education program invites practicing classroom teachers who believe in the power of authentic learning, who desire a shift from mundane educational trends, and who wish to become active inquirers to join us in a journey of self discovery, organic learning experiences, and active research around timeless and proven classroom practices. Competitively priced for working teachers, Wesleyan’s newly designed program is the only one of its type in the state of Georgia.

The Wesleyan M.Ed. Program is specifically designed around an educator’s academic calendar so working professionals can earn a graduate degree without disrupting their career. Approximately 75% of all coursework is hybrid in nature allowing flexibility of scheduling and drastically reduced face-to-face time. Summer courses meet during the day, while fall and spring courses meet during the evening.

This summer-to-summer program can be completed over 14 months of coursework and requires a total of 34 semester hours divided into four semesters. Students progress through the program in highly selective cohorts, working in teams along the way to create unique personal and professional support structures that augment the learning process. Cohorts limited to 25 students ensure that students work closely with highly respected faculty and benefit from the individual attention offered through Wesleyan’s distinctive seminar-styled teaching philosophy. 

2016 - 2017 Tuition: $15,170
All books and a trip to the to the Ron Clark Academy are included in your tuition.

A cohort begins each summer. For more information: or 478.757.3700.   

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For information about specific courses offered: M.Ed. Courses.    

For information about admission and eligibility: M.Ed. Admission Requirements.