Model lifelong learning with a master’s in education
Those who are drawn to a career in education usually have a deep passion for learning and want to inspire others to love it too. Whether you’re interested in teaching elementary or secondary aged students, counseling or even school leadership, a master’s degree in education from Creighton University will give you the tools to help the students, schools and communities you work with thrive.
All of Creighton’s programs have a firm rooting in Jesuit values. Your professors will model—and encourage you to incorporate into your own career—reflective practice, care for others, promotion of service, justice and inclusive community, and sharing your gifts for the greater good.
“Creighton wants you to be a leader; they want you to excel at working with and consulting with schools.”
—Ann Mausbach, PhD | Associate Professor and Program Director, College of Arts & Sciences
Not sure you can fit an advanced degree into your packed schedule? Creighton’s master’s programs are designed with flexibility in mind. In many cases, you can earn your education master’s in education online, opening new career path while working at your own pace. A huge benefit of online learning is that you can work around your career or practicum and potentially earn your degree at an accelerated pace.
Many of Creighton’s graduate programs in Education offer scholarships and tuition discounts. To learn more about the scholarships available for your program of interest, please contact an enrollment specialist.
Explore your options for a master’s degree in education
Click through below to learn what the program covers, its duration, method and more.
Educational Leadership (MS)
This program prepares individuals to play a leadership role in schools. Students may choose either the school administration concentration or the teacher leadership concentration in pursuit of the educational leadership degree.
Educational Specialist (MS)
In this program, students combine specializations in Early Childhood Education, Catholic School Leadership, Teacher Leadership and English as a Second Language to earn a master’s degree and a combination of credentials or certificates. This personalized degree is one-of-a-kind—you won’t find it anywhere else!
Elementary School Teaching (MEd)
This program is designed for a person with a bachelor's degree who is interested in earning an initial Nebraska teaching certificate to teach at the elementary level. This program includes state-required courses shared with the undergraduate teacher-preparation program, graduate-only professional coursework, and a student teaching semester.
Magis Catholic Teacher Corps
Magis is a two-year post-graduate service teaching program at Creighton University. While Magis teachers teach in Catholic schools, they earn their graduate degree through the Education Department at Creighton University, live in intentional Christian communities with other members of the program and participate in ongoing spiritual, professional, and personal formation.
School Counseling & Preventative Mental Health (MS)
This program empowers aspiring counselors to provide positive and effective guidance to their students and their school communities. Curriculum is based on the standards identified within the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) national model.
Secondary School Teaching (MEd)
This program is designed for college graduates who are interested in earning their Nebraska teaching certificate with a master’s degree. Secondary (7-12) teaching endorsements are offered in the following areas: English, French, History, Religious Education (P-12), and Spanish. The department also offers field endorsements in the following areas: Art (P-12), Language Arts, Mathematics (6-12), Science, and Social Science.