12-month master’s programs to help achieve
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Our flexible, online M.Ed. programs can be completed in as little as one year.
Don’t just advance your career, accelerate it! Get started now and finish in as few as 12 months. Accelerate through your program with our flexible scheduling that allows you to take multiple courses per semester.
100% online, asynchronous coursework. Study wherever and whenever you want.
5-week courses with predictable expectations each week. Perfect for the working professional.
The program requires the completion of the Certificate in STEM Teaching with NISE, meaning you will graduate with a master’s degree plus a credential to add to your resume.
Ways to accelerate your master’s degree at ACE
- Apply transfer credits from previous institutions by submitting them for evaluation.
- Request to take multiple courses per term.2
- Utilize our stackable micro-credentials and certificates to apply previous ACE credits directly to a degree program.
- For more tips on how to accelerate your program, click here.
Complete these programs in as little as one year3
1 All ranking information based on 2019-2020 Conferred Degrees IPEDS data: http://nces.ed.gov/IPEDS/datacenter.
2 Only students in good academic standing may submit a Multiple Course Request form to schedule multiple courses per term.
3 Master’s Degree completion within one year requires a student to complete multiple courses within a term or the successful application of prior earned credits to program completion requirements through articulation, transfer or prior receipt of the College’s micro-credential credits.
**This is an estimated value of the cost for tuition and fees. Amounts may vary depending on number of transfer credits applied to the selected program hours, the pace and satisfactory completion of the selected program credit hours, the receipt of, or eligibility for, institutional or non-institutional scholarship and/or grant amounts, and adjustments to tuition or fees as described in the Catalog Right to Modify Tuition section. Master’s cost statement does not apply to MAT and EBA programs.