Department of Education Graduate Programs
The Education Department develops Effective Leaders in the Jesuit Tradition who will work for the success of every student. Our programs integrate Jesuit charisms, instructional technology, cultural understanding, and field-based experiences.
Our Graduate Programs
- MEd in Teaching with specializations in elementary or secondary schools
- MS in Educational Leadership with specializations in elementary principal, secondary principal, or teacher leadership
- MS in School Counseling with specializations in elementary, secondary, or PK-12 school counseling
- MS in Educational Specialist Areas with specializations in ESL, ECE, Catholic School Leadership, and Teacher Leadership
- Graduate Certificate in Early Childhood Education
- Graduate Certificate in Catholic School Leadership
- Graduate Certificate in English as a Second Language
In addition to these programs, our Magis Catholic Teacher Corps prepares recent college graduates to work in elementary and secondary Catholic schools as teachers, leaders, and counselors.
Although Creighton University accepts out-of-state students in its distance education programs involving licensure or certification, it does not imply, or guarantee recognition, or equivalency, and/or transfer to another state.
Each state is responsible for its own certification/licensure requirements, which may change without notice to NASDTEC or your university's certification officers or your state's office of certification. You must contact the office of certification in any state to which you may be relocating to get the most accurate information on certification requirements. Reciprocity is often (though not always) easier if you completed the certification requirements and obtained your certification in the state where you completed your program requirements. Visit the links below for state specific reciprocity information.