Due to COVID-19, our physical office is closed. However, all classes will be held online and instructors and staff are working remotely. We recommend email or Canvas to reach instructors and email or phone for departmental business.

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  • Earn your master's degree early in your career and earn a higher return on your investment.
  • No need to reduce your current earnings; work full-time while earning your ME-PD in two years...the schedule is challenging, rewarding, yet flexible.
  • No need to stress your budget! Financial aid is readily available. You can amortize the cost over time.
  • Reduce your taxes! Any non-reimbursed tuition and expenses can become a tax write-off.
  • Give yourself a raise! In many cases, your salary will be higher which affects other benefits over your teaching career. *Check with your district to confirm.
  • Your degree works for you in retirement! Retirement salary is based upon your 3 highest earning years; your degree increases the amounts considered*

*Check with your benefits coordinator or school district regarding your situation.