Education career choices and salary information
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that there was a significant jump in salary between graduates who earn a bachelors degree in Education vs. a Master of Education in 2018. Those that graduate with a bachelor’s degree earn $1,198 a week on average, while those with a Master of Education earn $1,434 a week on average. Those with a professional degree with hands-on experience like that of our Master of Education program averaged $1,884!
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What can you do with a Master of Education?
With a Master of Education degree, you have a number of choices! The list below should give you some ideas of what recent graduates have gone on to do with their degree.
- Academic Advisor
- Academic Program Chair
- Curriculum Development/Design
- Director of Assessment
- Director of Education
- Director of Online Learning
- Early Childhood Specialist
- Education Consultant
- Teacher – K-12
- Teacher – Special Education
- Training & Education