Master of Education in Community College Administration & Instruction (MEd)
Guided by Morgan State University's Strategic Plan (2011-2021), the Master of Education in Community College Administration and Instruction meets the growing need for advanced degrees for mid-level administrators, student affairs professionals, and instructional leaders in the community college.
- Increasing diversity in American community colleges by committing to strengthening the roles and voices of minorities and women.
- Collaborating with community colleges and community college organizations to form partnerships and initiatives that develop real-world competencies.
- Developing globally-aware community college leaders who can appropriately respond, understand, and contribute to the rapidly changing world.
The online delivery and cohort learning model format offers the following benefits:
- The convenience of online learning allows students to complete coursework from the comfort of home/office, with the assurance that courses will maintain the same high academic standards as traditional on-site courses
- Access to coursework 24/7 via the user-friendly Blackboard learning platform, which allows assignment submission day, night, and weekends.
- Matriculation within the cohort model allows for an active learning community that offers support and encouragement.
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
- A minimum 2.5 GPA
- Three letters of recommendation
- Official transcripts from all postsecondary institutions attended
- Completed application
- Personal statement
Russell Davis, EdD
Coordinator, Community College Master's Program
Banneker Building, 202-A
Tel: (443) 885-4495