Master Degree Programs
Calvin's Master of Education Programs (M.Ed.) have been designed for experienced teachers and administrators who wish to attend a college that pursues academic excellence. Calvin's M.Ed. Programs are unique in that they provide post graduates with the opportunity to integrate a Christian perspective on life and teaching with their understanding of the professional role of the educator. The M.Ed. also meets the requirements for the 18-hour planned program and the Michigan Professional Teaching Certificate.
Students fulfill program requirements during regular fall or spring semester evening courses, concentrated summer courses and workshops, and/or online courses.
M.Ed. in Learning Disabilities (with or without endorsement)
M.Ed. in Literacy with Reading Specialist endorsement
2010-2013 The most noticeable change from the previous catalog is the restructure of our four Master of Education programs.
You will notice each of the four Master of Education program requirements are listed, many endorsement programs, the admission policies, academic policies, financial information and much more. If you would like course descriptions for the education courses please refer to the College catalog.
2007 - 2008 There have been several changes to the content from previous years. The most noticeable one is the name. It is now referred to as a catalog not a bulletin.
2005 - 2006 The Graduate Bulletin includes two parts. Please click on the following links for information.