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Master of Arts in Education on campus

Demographics across the country are changing, and classrooms are becoming more diverse.* In light of these trends, classrooms are becoming increasingly multicultural, with students and educators from varied and rich cultural backgrounds.

The Master of Arts in Education program with a specialization in Teaching and Learning is designed to help you develop culturally responsive learning environments that foster student success in today’s global society.

In this program, you will explore ways to work more effectively with students from a range of socioeconomic, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds.

You will also learn how to best support the learning of English-language learners (ELLs) through research-based strategies that build upon student strengths and promote communication among teachers, students, and families. Explore common obstacles that impede the learning of ELLs and master techniques to avoid and overcome those challenges.


As a student in this program, you will:

This program is offered both on campus and completely online.

To learn more about The National Hispanic University’s M.A. in Education programs, simply complete the form on this page or call 888.520.9718 to speak with an enrollment advisor today.

*The New York Times, "Diversity in the Classroom," on the Internet at (viewed online Feb., 22, 2012).

*This scholarship can be combined with the Early Registration Waiver but not with any other tuition reduction, scholarship, or grant. Students are only eligible to receive one tuition reduction for their entire program and must be full time at NHU. This scholarship will be applied to the student's account in increments of up to $500 per term for 6 consecutive terms and will see first reduction on their bill three to four weeks after the start date.

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Do you have at least 12 credits to transfer from another university? If so, you could receive a $3,000 scholarship when you enroll in any one of NHU's campus-based degree programs*