Tiffin University now offers an accelerated undergraduate-to-graduate coursework option for those seeking Master of Education (M.Ed.) degrees in higher educational administration or instructional design. Eligible TU seniors can begin this graduate coursework while still completing undergraduate studies.
“This will be a wonderful addition to the other dual enrollment programs offered at TU,” said Dr. Peter J. Holbrook, Provost and Chief Academic Officer. “Graduate degrees are invaluable when it comes to professional opportunities, as they open many doors for those seeking career advancement. At TU, we want to give our students and alums every possible chance to progress and do so within a reasonable timeframe. It is our hope that such graduates will use this extra time gained to get head-starts on earning equally valuable field experience.”
M.Ed. dual enrollment fast facts:
- Open to all undergraduate majors
- Format: Online
- Required courses: 12 to 15 (30 credit hours)
- Bridge courses – if eligible, students can take up to three classes (six credit hours)
Students must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA to be eligible for this and other dual enrollment programs. Students must also be at senior standing with 82 credit hours completed to begin the coursework.
In addition to the M.Ed., Tiffin University offers several other dual enrollment programs spanning multiple disciplines. For more information about these accelerated coursework options, visit tiffin.edu/academics/special-programs/dual-enrollment-program/.
Contact Ali Havrilla, Director for Online Enrollment Management at 419.448.3442 or HavrillaAA@tiffin.edu with any questions.