ACE Launches Two New Ed.S. Programs
July 08, 2019
American College of Education continues to provide more ways for leaders to advance their education by launching two new educational specialist degree programs.
In the Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction program, students will learn the skills needed to design developmentally and culturally appropriate curricula that fosters equity and academic success for all learners. Students will study academic theories, assessment methods, instructional data, and current instructional technology at a post-master’s level. Visit the program page for more information.
The Ed.S. in Instructional Technology is designed for those who wish to pursue advanced training in research-based methods of instructional technology. Students will study technology integrations in educational environments, healthy and ethnical uses of digital information, and strategies for establishing and enhancing virtual, collaborative communities. Visit the program page for more information.
Both programs emphasize the use of theoretical foundations and current, real-world practices to support the development of strategies and skills that will meet the needs of diverse learners.
Our Ed.S. programs are a good fit for individuals who wish to gain post-master’s level skills without having to complete a dissertation. Those who already have an Ed.D. can also use our Ed.S. programs to expand their expertise without pursuing another full doctorate.
If you are interested in applying for one of these programs, please contact the enrollment team at (800) 280-0307 option 2, or use the live chat feature on our website.
If you’re a graduate of ACE and you’re interested in returning, talk to our enrollment team today about the Continuing Education Grant, which can help reduce the cost of your next ACE program.