COURSE DELIVERY METHODS
The online Master of Education program uses a multifaceted approach to deliver course content through an asynchronous combination of media presentations, readings, discussion sessions, online assignments, peer and professional support systems, and local internships. This means that, unlike many other programs, you are never limited to one learning method.
Learn at Home at Your Own Pace
All course content is conveniently delivered right to you via the University of Cincinnati website. You can access this information at any time. And being an asynchronous program means that there are no set log ins, or times when you are required to be online.
You will be assigned to a small cohort led by a professional facilitator who provides academic guidance. Working with your peers you will complete projects and share real-world experiences that enrich your understanding of the course content—all in a virtual classroom.
Learn through Workplace Application
As you advance through the coursework, you will have the opportunity to put your learning into practice in your school and district, and immediately apply your new knowledge and skills to real-world situations.
The course website provides each student with quality peer and faculty interaction. You also have access to discussion forums, class email, chats, assignments, exams, and course materials right at your fingertips.