Master’s in Globalization &
Become an expert in globalization and education research.
One year in length, Moreland University Master’s Degree in Globalization and Education Research utilize a curriculum built around research-proven methods of instruction coupled with the most cutting-edge and innovative approaches in practice and theory.
We offer an affordable, flexible pathway for education professionals anywhere in the world to become an expert in globalization and education research and to advance knowledge of learners and learning to create innovative and effective teaching.
“My peers, the curriculum, and the collaboration were the difference.”
Fully accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (www.deac.org)
$14,500. Monthly payment plans available (interest free).
Multiple start times throughout the year. Contact your Admissions Representative to join the next cohort. Admissions Requirements.
Weekly time commitment
12-15 hours a week
41 graduate credits
Work collaboratively with other prospective school leaders from around the world—all online
This Master’s program, delivered in cohorts of 10-15 participants, is designed for the educator who is seeking a Master’s degree in education research and the globalization of education, to advance knowledge on learners and learning to create innovative and effective teaching methods.
As a graduate from our 12-month Master’s in Globalization & Education Research program, you will be able to:
- Diagnose students’ learning capacities
- Design learning experiences that enable each student to achieve success
- Use new research on learners and learning to create innovative and effective teaching methods
- Recognize the change in role of a teacher as a dispenser of knowledge to teacher as a manager, coach, leader, and facilitator of learning
- Select and use next generation tools and technology for teaching and learning
- Manage the challenges of the environment in which formal education occurs
- Examine the impact of globalization on education and the appeal of international curricula
- Critically analyze international mindedness, intercultural literacy, and global competence in educational settings
- Use action research to study a problem or question related to multilingualism, international mindedness, or global education
- Critically analyze and evaluate educational research and use research to address classroom- or school-based conditions
“The close guidance through the program helped me become a better researcher and I learned so much more about self-efficacy for my students through my research topic.”Jeeseon, Master’s in Educational Research
Prospective candidates must meet the following requirements to be eligible for admission to the Master’s degree programs:
- Bachelor’s degree (or higher). A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required. Official baccalaureate degree transcripts are due at the time of application.
- 3.0 GPA. We seek a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 3.0 or higher, or equivalent experience.
- Transcript Evaluation (for non-US baccalaureate degrees): Transcript Evaluation is due at the time of Application for Master’s Programs. For applicants whose baccalaureate degree was obtained outside the United States or its territories, you will need to have your official baccalaureate degree transcript evaluated. Please see the note below on Transcript Evaluation and Translation.
- English language proficiency, if needed can be evidenced through a number of proficiency assessments. We recommend the Duolingo English Proficiency Test with a score over 90 indicating proficiency.
- Government-Issued Photo ID. We require your government-issued photo ID as part of your application submission.
Official transcripts are documents that are produced by a college or university’s Office of the Registrar (or similar), and must be ordered according to the instructions provided by the university.
Whether issued as secure .pdf documents, via a third party (such as National Student Clearinghouse, or Parchment), or printed on blue tamper proof security paper, official transcripts are important to third parties so that they can be assured of authenticity (originating directly from the university) and content accuracy. Official transcripts are usually issued in portrait format, and contain the seal of the university and the signature of the University Registrar.
(For Non-US Baccalaureate Degrees) Transcript Evaluation and Translation
For those candidates seeking a U.S. teaching license upon completion of the Teach-Now Certification Program, please note that as part of your application for a U.S. state-issued teaching license, you will need to have your official baccalaureate degree transcript from non-U.S. institutions evaluated for educational equivalence to a U.S. 4-year baccalaureate degree. This course by course evaluation can be conducted by a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) member agency. This evaluation should be requested from a NACES member agency at the time of application.
See www.naces.org for a list of current NACES member agencies that can conduct a course by course transcript evaluation and/or provide translation services. We have partnerships with 3 NACES approved agencies to streamline the evaluation process. Information and instructions can be found here and transcript evaluation FAQ can be found here.
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