An educator with a master’s degree has access to new career paths, opportunities for advancement, and greater earning potential, but many educators are hesitant to pursue graduate degrees because of the time commitment. With these busy, working teachers in mind, the University of Iowa College of Education has brought two of its nationally-recognized education programs online – offering a convenient path to a better career.
The University of Iowa’s other online programs include: Master of Arts in Educational Leadership, Talented and Gifted Endorsement, and Certificate in Online Teaching.
With an online degree from the University of Iowa, you benefit from:
- A nationally-recognized degree from the #1 college of education in the state
- The expertise and experience of the same faculty who teach on campus
- Flexibility to study on your own schedule and at a pace you’re comfortable with
- An affordable tuition rate that makes your education more accessible
- Easy collaboration with both students and professors
What UIowa Online Students Are Saying
The assignments have been enjoyable. I like that I can apply the weekly readings to my own classroom. These assignments are more connected to what I am already doing or something that I plan on doing, which I find beneficial. The workload for this course is very manageable. I enjoy the discussion questions and being able to respond to classmates. I also like that I can learn from others’ posts and I feel like I get to know everyone that way, too!”
I have really enjoyed the texts. They are both interesting and research-based which makes the reading enjoyable and very applicable. I like the flexibility of an online course, I can do the work at times that work for me. The workload seems appropriate for an accelerated course like this. I think the structure is very intuitive and was easy to figure out.”
Due dates and workloads are excellently spaced throughout the week. The instructor’s feedback and interactions foster rich discussion beyond that which is generated by the students. Comments on each post and assignment help encourage and guide me towards getting the most out of the course materials and content…The workload is perfect for educators currently working in the school year. It does take time to really process and synthesize the content, but is manageable alongside the duties of working in a school.”