Earn continuing education credits or start a master’s degree–online, on your time.
Save travel time. Northern Michigan University understands your needs as a busy teacher. We offer master’s degree programs with online courses offered every semester, so you don't have to brave the weather or give up a gorgeous weekend outdoors. Courses are on your schedule from a university that specializes in educating teachers.
Learn from experienced, caring teachers
Our faculty members are highly qualified and know how to make distance learning meaningful and engaging. And they care about your progress as an individual.
Master’s degree programs with online courses:
MAE in Education Administration: Administration and Supervision
A 36-credit program for beginning principals at the elementary, middle or secondary level.
MAE in Educational Administration: American Indian Education Administration and Supervision
This 36-credit program is endorsed by the Tribal Education Departments National Assembly (TEDNA), and provides professional preparation for educators interested in specializing in Native American education.
MAE in Instruction
A 32-credit program for teachers wishing to expand their knowledge and skills in education.
MAE in Reading for K-8
A 34-credit program which qualifies graduates for the Michigan endorsement in reading (Code BT).
MAE in Reading Specialist for K-12
A 37-credit program that qualifies graduates for the Michigan endorsement in reading specialist (Code BR).
MAE in Learning Disabilities
A 35-credit program that qualifies graduates for the Michigan endorsement in learning disabilities (Code SM).
Online middle grade endorsement
This two-course, six credit hour middle grade endorsement series is designed to acquaint teachers with the special aspects of teaching at the middle school level. Both courses are offered online and meets the requirements for middle grade endorsement in several states.
coursesEducation courses in a variety of subject areas are offered online every semester.
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For more information about applying for graduate programs, call 906-227-1625.