The M.Ed. in Special Populations online format enables students to earn their master’s degree in two years. Our online M.Ed. was recently recognized by U.S. News & World Report, alongside several other online programs in the UH College of Education, as ranking #14 among online graduate education programs in the United States.
The online M.Ed. program is an excellent option for full-time professionals seeking career advancement, but who are unable to physically visit the UH campus (or any university campus) multiple times each week. The online format makes earning a master’s degree in Special Populations possible for students who are place-bound, or who have existing family or work obligations that make it difficult to regularly attend face-to-face class meetings.
Our online curriculum is delivered through the Blackboard Learn classroom management system. All of the courses follow the same design structure and layout, making it simple for students to navigate the online classroom environment. Courses are taught by faculty who have online teaching experience, and students are able to meet with their professors by phone, or virtually through Blackboard or SKYPE. In addition to the 24/7 Blackboard Helpline, our online students have ready access to technical support and resources from the college’s Center for Instructional Technology in Education (CITE) and UH’s Office of Distance Education.