Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
The graduate programs leading to the master of education degree have as their primary objective the preparation of educators and human services professionals with demonstrated competencies and practices. Master's programs are offered in educational leadership; instructional/educational technology; elementary education (professional study, initial and add-on certification); K-12 education with specialization in reading; special education (deaf education, disability services, and exceptional student education tracks); and counselor education* (school counseling and mental health counseling tracks).
Master of Science (M.S.)
The ASL/English Interpreting program has two concentrations that are delivered via distance technologies that do not require residence in Florida: Interpreting Pedagogy and General Practitioner. Both concentrations result in a degree that prepares students for doctoral studies, should they desire to pursue an advanced degree. A reduced tuition and fee schedule is in effect for out of state students