Life-changing. Christ-exalting.


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Impact the world for Christ. One student at a time.

Online | Don’t Stop Life to Study
Biblically faithful & personally flexible. That’s your education—elevated.
Months to Complete
36 credit program tailored to speed through or go slower if life gets too hectic—that’s convenient.
Cost Per Credit
And graduate students can receive aid & scholarships.

Your Purpose, Their Future—Elevated Through Education

You already understand the basics of effective teaching. But how do you elevate your impact as a leader and educator? You dive deeper into classroom dynamics while expanding your knowledge and skills beyond the classroom itself. You examine the impact of current social issues on K-12 education. You explore technology integration, research techniques, and curriculum/assessment development. You experience how Christ-centered leadership and community relations profoundly impact the world of education.

Quite simply, from fundamental core principles to modern cultural influence, you elevate your understanding, ability, and impact as a teacher or administrator. That’s your Master of Education degree, at NGU.

Choose from one of the following four concentrations to delve further into your area of interest:

  • Gifted and Talented/Teaching Children of Poverty
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Literacy Coach/Literacy Specialist
  • Teacher Leader

What Can I Do with a Master’s Degree in Education?

Education is the key to unlocking the potential and empowering individuals to thrive in life. Through knowledge acquisition, critical thinking, and skill development, education equips individuals with the tools they need to navigate the world, pursue their passions, and contribute meaningfully to society.

It fosters personal growth, expands horizons, and cultivates a lifelong love of learning. Embrace the transformative power of education as you inspire minds, shape futures, and make a positive impact on individuals and communities, preparing them for success and a brighter tomorrow.

Curriculum Developer

Educational Administrator

Educational Consultant

Instructional Designer

School Counselor


Education Beside Experienced & Faithful Master-Teachers

Tawana Scott, PhD
Interim Co-Director, Doctor of Education
V. Shelley Dugle, EdD
Professor, Education
Ann Aust, EdD
Director, Master of Education

An Elevated Approach to Education

  • Current Issues in K-12 Schools
  • Intervention Strategies and Techniques
  • Diversity and Social Issues in Education
  • Principles of Curriculum Development
  • School and Community Relations
  • Assessment of Learners
  • Educational Leadership
  • Educator as Researcher
  • Characteristics of Learning Disabilities
  • Methods and Procedures for Learning Disabilities
  • Behavior Management
  • Teaching Reading in General or Special Education
  • Practicum in Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities

*Note: Students may be awarded three graduate credit hours upon presentation of approved documentation of one year of teaching students with learning disabilities.

  • Professional Leadership and Mentoring
  • Ethics in Teacher Leadership
  • Conflict Resolution in Teacher Leadership
  • Practicum in Teacher Leadership

*Note: Certified teachers who wish to obtain South Carolina’s state-required R2S endorsement, teacher leader endorsement, or learning disabilities add-on to their current certificate have the responsibility of contacting the state department upon degree completion to ensure completion of any other requirements for certifications and endorsements.

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