Master of Education
Keene State offers three distinct ways to earn an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction: 1) a two-year program for working classroom teachers; 2) a one-year intensive for recent graduates; and 3) a one-year part-time program for Granite State transfer students.
Earn NH state certification in General Special Education or go beyond with a master’s in Special Ed from a college renowned for its Education faculty and strong ties with public schools throughout the region.
Looking to earn an M.Ed. and certification to become a Principal? Or, do you already have a master’s and need certification? You can accomplish either at Keene State College. Our Educational Leadership programs meet New Hampshire certification competencies for Principal (grades K-12).
Applicants seeking initial certification as a teacher or specialist should complete at least 300 contact hours with students in an appropriate school setting.
As a member of the Regional School Leadership Consortium, Keene State College is collaborating with SAU 29 and other local districts on graduate programs in school leadership, with options for Principal certification and curriculum and instruction.