Find what’s next
Explore our master's options specifically designed for teachers, as well as options to help teachers stay in education while taking on new opportunities.
We are a top-tier College of Education that offers numerous master’s programs designed to help teachers become content leaders in their field and support their students’ learning while earning their advanced licensure that’s approved by the state. Or, if you’re a teacher who wants to stay in the field of education but take on a new role, we have programs that will prepare you for new opportunities, too.
Limited scholarships available. Apply by April 15 to begin classes in fall.
Whatever content area or grade level you teach, we have a program for you. We also have a program for you if want to stay in education, but switch roles.
- Curriculum and Developmental Supervision
- Educational Psychology
- Elementary Education
- Engineering and Technology Education
- Learning Analytics
- Learning Design and Technology
- Mathematics Education
- New Literacies and Global Learning: K-12 Reading
- New Literacies and Global Learning: Middle Grades English Language Arts
- New Literacies and Global Learning: Middle Grades Social Studies Education
- New Literacies and Global Learning: Secondary English Language Arts
- New Literacies and Global Learning: Secondary Social Studies
- School Counseling
- Science Education
- Special Education
Why earn your master’s at NC State’s College of Education?
No GRE required
Flexible with online and hybrid options available
Affordable master’s with scholarship opportunities available
Learn alongside other educators
Programs designed specifically with working educators in mind
Study at a top-tier college of education that has a reputation for preparing North Carolina’s best educators
The College of Education has provided me with the tools necessary to achieve my goals, from the plethora of resources made available to the priceless professional relationships developed. Throughout my time here, I have implemented new strategies, assignments and tools in my classroom.
Savannah Whitehurst Blystone ’21 MED
Teacher in Gates County
President-elect of North Carolina Council for the Social Studies
ranked college of education in the nation (U.S. News)
college for your money in N.C. (Money magazine)
ranked Educational Administration program in the nation (U.S. News)
secondary teacher education program in the nation (U.S. News)
elementary teacher education program in the nation (U.S. News)
curriculum and instruction program in the nation (U.S. News)