Business Education, M.Ed.
Our Master of Business Education instructors help you on your path to becoming an engaging, knowledgeable business instructor in your own right.
Enroll in one of the most unique education programs in Mississippi.
Have you ever considered who teaches the business courses at the secondary level or community college? These leaders should have educational leadership training that serves to prepare them for leadership positions in schools and colleges in Mississippi and across the nation. This M.Ed. program from Mississippi College offers a unique blend of coursework to develop a deep, foundational understanding of business and the educational skills to pass that knowledge on to students.
You can choose the Master of Business Education, a unique educational leadership prep program that provides an innovative perspective on the six dimensions of leadership:
If you’re a working adult with multiple responsibilities, not all colleges in Mississippi make education easy for you. At Mississippi College, we understand that children, jobs, school activities and more can become overwhelming. Leadership programs offer educators the ability to utilize day courses during the summer and evening courses during the fall and spring semesters.
The program should be planned with the graduate advisor to be sure all prerequisites have been met.
Candidates must have adequate preparation in undergraduate credit from one or more of the following areas: Business Administration, Business Technology, and Accounting.
The Master of Education in Business Education is a Secondary Subject Endorsement area.
|Education Core Requirements
|Methods and Materials in Teaching Business
|Research Methods and Procedures
|Education Core Electives
Advanced Child Development
|Classroom Management for Elementary and Secondary Teachers
|Current Methodology in Elementary Education
|Current Methodology in Secondary Education
|Technology in Education
|Tests and Measurement
|Comparative Philosophies of Education
|Helping Relationships (Methods and Techniques in Counseling)
|A maximum of 12 semester hours of graduate work in Business Administration
|In their last semester of enrollment, candidates for the M.Ed. in Business Education must take comprehensive examinations based upon course work used to satisfy degree requirements. If applicable, the oral exam will also include a defense of the thesis. If judged unsatisfactory, all or part of the oral examination may be retaken once in the following semester or summer term.