The Master of Science in Education: Major in The Art and Science of Teaching program is a 30-credit, online, competency-based and performance-based graduate program that redefines the meaning of effective instruction for teachers through the lens of impacting student achievement. The degree, offered through Wilkes University, equips teachers with the strategies and tools that can be immediately applied into the classroom as you progress through each course.
Admissions Teachers interested in enrolling in this program must apply for admission to Wilkes University prior to or at the same time as registering for their first class with National Institute for Professional Practice.
Master of Science degree-seeking students must complete the normal admission process to the Wilkes Graduate Program in Education.
Track program requirements
Download a pdf-formatted checklist of requirements for the Art and Science of Teaching. Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded free from the company’s Web site.
EDAM 5040: Foundations of the Art and Science of Teaching
EDAM 5041: Establishing Learning Goals to Support Learning and Instructional Design
EDAM 5042: Monitoring and Measuring Student Progress