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A masters of education degree from Northwest Nazarene University is a valued addition to any educator's career, one backed by a university with a century-long legacy of teaching and learning. Here is a list of M.Ed. degrees offered at NNU:

M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction
M.Ed. Educational Leadership: Building Administrator

Learner-Centered Core

Northwest Nazarene University believes that learner-centered teachers have accepted the call to make a positive difference in the lives of students through teaching and relationships. Learner-centered teachers see their profession as not just a job, but a ministry that requires the full engagement of heart, mind, and soul. The masters of education programs offered at NNU are for life-long learners who work to improve the quality of life for K-12 students.

As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to contribute to promoting citizenship and a democratic society. They will have expertise in professional knowledge and skills that contribute to their profession, and possess a perspective of the historical and philosophical purposes of schools. The program fosters the development of the following 10 guiding principles that form the foundation of all graduate education programs at NNU:

1. Leadership
2. Change and Change Management
3. Group and Interpersonal Skills
4. Democratic and Interpersonal Skills
5. Action Research
6. Curriculum and Instruction      Development
7. Communication Skills
8. Criticial Thinking Skills
9. Community Involvement
10. Continuous Assessment and        Reflection