Education : Graduate Programs

Overview

Chaminade's Master's Degree Programs in Education provide enriched learning experiences for educational professionals who already have a bachelor's degree and who want to extend their knowledge and professional qualifications in the field of education. Candidates in graduate programs are expected to be able to draw upon their bachelor's degree and life experience while acquiring advanced professional knowledge and skills.

Online Options

Online Education Degrees  

Furthering your education is closer than you think.

If youíre looking to further your teaching career but donít live in Honolulu, now all you need is an internet connection and a passion to advance your career. Our full degree online program features the same curriculum and instructors offered to on-campus students, as well as access to our extraordinary network of local professionals working in the field of education. So you get the very best of the local university experience - on a schedule that works best for you.

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Programs


EducationThe Education Division offers the following Graduate Programs that lead to Masterís degrees in different fields of study.

Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) (Licensure)

The Master of Arts in Teaching program provides state approved teacher education programs leading to initial licensure for teachers in the state of Hawai`i in four areas: Elementary, Secondary, Special Education, and PK-3 (Pre-Kindergarten – Grade 3).

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

The Master of Education provides enriched learning experiences Education for educational professionals who already have a bachelor's degree and who want to extend their knowledge and professional qualifications in the field of education. Candidates in M.Ed. programs are expected to be able to draw upon their bachelor's degree and life experience while acquiring advanced professional knowledge and skills.

Special Programs

Special Programs are cohort programs offered in conjunction with partnership organizations or institutions. Educators interested in these programs should contact the Education Division, and they will be directed to the partner organization for more information.