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Master of Arts in Education

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School of Education: (440) 826-2166, (440) 826-3779 (fax)

For licensed teachers:

Admission: Lauryn Rosinski, (440) 826-2915, lrosinsk@bw.edu
Academic Advisor: Gail Habig, (440) 826-6534, ghabig@bw.edu 

For those seeking initial teaching license:

Admission: Kirsten Bramley, (440) 826-8005, kbramley@bw.edu
Academic Advisor:
 Brandi Seither, (440) 826-2166, bseither@bw.edu

MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Baldwin Wallace offers options for current educators, initial licensure candidates and professionals in the public and private sectors to expand their professional credentials. Candidates will bring their professional practice to a new level, master the latest technologies and enhance leadership skills. Classes are offered in both the traditional seated format and online (depending on the program). Programs can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis.

New Online Instructor and Blended Learning Certification

The Online Instructor and Blended Learning Certification is designed to assist educators and other professionals in developing and improving the delivery of online courses and blended learning modules in a fast-paced world in which remote instruction is increasingly important.

Tuition Assistance Through School Partnership Program

Many teachers enrolled in the MAEd programs are employed by school districts that participate in the BW School Partnership Program, qualifying them for significant tuition savings. 

Program Options

Want to Learn More?

Schedule a meeting with a BW admission counselor to learn how one of the BW MAEd programs can help you reach your career goals and fit your schedule.

Virtual Open House

Check out the virtual open house if you're unable to visit campus in person.