We are pleased to share these excellent degree programs offered at a generous 20% discount for AAIE Members through our longtime member and partner NSU.

For the Master of Science (M.S.) in Education, see below for 7 specialization areas all available online!

For Members looking to take their leadership to the next level, NSU offers 7 difference concentrations to choose from in their Doctor of Education (Ed.D). More information is available below on each program, along with who to contact at NSU to take advantage of this unique 20% AAIE Member savings on your degree!

Master of Science (M.S.) in Education

The Master of Science in Education (M.S.) degree offers professional and aspiring teachers and administrators a challenging and rewarding educational experience. Through its several specializations current educators may increase their levels of expertise within their chosen specializations. Students with bachelor’s degrees in other fields can also find specializations to enter the teaching profession. This degree focuses on growth in professional practice, application of current research and theory to each student’s professional work, acquisition and enhancement of leadership capacities, and the achievement of career objectives. Technological advancement will continue to move program delivery forward, enabling students to obtain their degrees in new and exciting ways, and from virtually any location.

Many of the M.S. degree courses at Nova Southeastern University are designed to prepare PreK-12 educators with the knowledge and skills that they need for today’s schools. The M.S. degree offers students with a bachelor’s and/or graduate degree various opportunities to meet their educational, career, and professional goals. All specializations within the degree share a common instructional system and mission, but each is designed to meet different needs. The program’s goals are to prepare educators to meet the challenges of the profession and to reinforce the importance of the role of an educator in rapidly changing political, economic, and social environments.

Master of Science (M.S.) in Education Concentration Areas:

Curriculum, Instruction and Technology (36 credits)
The Master of Science in Education with a specialization in Curriculum, Instruction and Technology at the Fischler College of Education helps prepare educators to ...

Exceptional Student Education (36 credits)
The FCE programs in Exceptional Student Education/Special Education (ESE) prepare professionals to assume positions as teachers, professors, administrators, and...

Mathematics Education (36 credits)
The Mathematics Education specialization focuses on preparing educators in the areas of middle, secondary, and postsecondary mathematics. This specialization provides...

Science Education (36 credits)
Master Of Science Education Science Education Degree Only Program

Spanish Language Education (36 credits)
The Master of Science (M.S.) with a specialization in Spanish Language Education is designed for individuals who want to further develop their proficiency in the four...

Reading Education (36 credits)
You can earn your master's in reading education from Fischler College of Education online or on campus, whichever is better for you. Find out more today!

Elementary Education (40 credits) (webpage is in development, hence short description is given below)
The M.S. in Education with a specialization in Elementary Education focuses on training educators in the area of K-Grade 6 instruction. This specialization provides educators with the skills to develop curriculum and instruct students in the areas of language and literacy, mathematics, science, and the arts. Course content is research-based and infuses best practices in education.

For more information or specific questions on this or other graduate education programs please contact:
Lenny Jacobskind
Director, Graduate Admissions,
Abraham S Fischler College of Education
Tel: (954) 262-8358 | 1-800-986-3223, Ext. 28358
Email: lenny@nova.edu

*Be sure to mention your school is an AAIE Member for your 20% discount!

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) is designed to prepare adult learners to fulfill their professional and personal academic goals. It provides opportunities to enhance the core knowledge, skills, and values essential to competent and ethical practitioners and leaders of organizations in the fields of education and related areas. The program learning outcomes are focused on facilitating the transfer of theory into practice in order to produce a new generation of local, national, and global leaders who will effect positive changes in a diverse and multicultural society.

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Concentration Areas:

Curriculum and Teaching (54 credits)
The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a concentration in Curriculum and Teaching was developed to prepare leaders serving in various roles in P-16 public and private...

Higher Education Leadership (54 credits)
The Doctor of Education with a concentration in Higher Education Leadership is designed specifically or practicing and aspiring educators, trainers, and staff...

Instructional Technology and Distance Education
(54 credits)
The Doctor of Education with a concentration in Instructional Technology and Distance Education is designed to prepare students who desire to lead education and...

Human Services Administration (54 credits)
The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a concentration in Human Services Administration is designed for practicing human services professionals working with individuals across the entirety of the human life span, families, communities, and/or organizations.

Organizational Leadership (54 credits)
The Doctor of Education with a concentration in Organizational Leadership is designed for practicing professionals with a leadership role in their organization.

Reading (54 credits)
The Doctor of Education with a concentration in Reading is designed to deliver specialized training in reading instruction.

Special Education
(54 credits)
The Doctor of Education with a concentration in Special Education is designed for practicing teachers, administrators, parents, and mental, health, or social service ...

*Be sure to mention your school is an AAIE Member for your discount!For more information or specific questions on this or other graduate education programs please contact:
Lenny Jacobskind
Director, Graduate Admissions,
Abraham S Fischler College of Education
Tel: (954) 262-8358 | 1-800-986-3223, Ext. 28358
Email: lenny@nova.edu

*Be sure to mention your school is an AAIE Member for your 20% discount!